Engine light on after cam belt/FIP belt change.
Right... Need some help here folks!
I'll start from the beginning.
Was going to do my belts so thought a good start would be to get my local garage to crack the crank pulley bolt then tighten it back up so it would save the headache when I came to undo it.
first fail...... On the 2 min drive home the pulley became too loose resulting in no power steering and then the brake pedal becoming hard and thus no brakes... Why would the brakes go?
Anyway... got the car up in the air and cracked on with everything. Aside from the limited space the procedure went as planned. I had to take a trip to the local scrappy to get a new crank pulley as the hole on mine became elliptical.
With the fuel pump belt I didnt have a torque wrench to do the tensioner so just did it by guestimate and made sure that the belt on the opposite side to the tensioner could turn 45 degrees.
So... all good and well I put the covers back on, filter back on, wheel etc and lowered the car. I left the MAF unplugged because Ive had some hesitation problems around 2k rpm mark. Car took a few cranks to start but when it did it all seemed fine.
Now the problem is... the Engine management Light is on. Ive tried 50 cycles of ignition but it doesnt switch off. Car seems to start and drive fine. (small run around car park) light has gone off for a second then comes back on after firing up. Exhaust note/engine tone does seem to change a little after a while?>>
No idea whats up tbh..
Any help or suggestions?