225k miles and i just did my 2nd timing belt change. Everything went well... or so i thought. Timing belt went on, i know it was perfectly timed, i'm 100% positive, but the car just cranks and cranks and cranks. I think i know what i did. While removing the crank sprocket that the timing belt rides on, i pried it with a screw driver. Apparently that was not a good thing to do, because i broke a tooth on the back side of it where apparently the crank position sensor gets it's signal from. Why i didn't think better of just putting it back in and assuming it would be fine, i don't know, but... am i correct in assuming that the car will not start with even one broken cog on that sprocket?