Posted the other day that I had bought a 98 tracker w 102k miles on it that had quit on a guy. I'm waiting on a mechanic to get to it. Been waiting almost two weeks so yesterday. I thought I would look at the timing belt. Wasn't sure if that was what happen but I knew I could look at that. I loosen the cover so I could see if the belt was on it. It was so I had him turn it over to see if the cam was moving. When he turned it over the cam/belt barely moved maybe 1/4". Engine Didnt make any weird noises when it was turning over. I'm hoping that maybe the teeth on the belt stripped. It has hardly any oil underneath it. So the crank or cam seals aren't leaking. Heard that could cause a belt failure. The guy I got it from said he heard a noise and then it just quit. Anyway cross your fingers w me and let's hope it's just the belt. Anything else that might cause this? Oh yeah I did take the belts off and check the bottom crank pulley to check the dreaded crank key damage. It felt tight. I couldn't move it. Any thing you guys can think of that might be related to this let me know. I'm all ears.