Afternoon All, I recently bought a 2004 Honda Accord 2.2 I-CTDI with good service history, Now when bought it, it did sound a little rough but drove very well and was silent once sat inside, Now I noticed the serpentine was of old revision and the car was due a service so I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone, I had the car serviced (0w30 only) and the serpentine belt replaced, (at my local) Straight away I had a heavy oil leak, Around the crankshaft pulley, I can only imagine the new belt has released the tension from the previous longer belt and has made a nice gap in the gasket/seal for the oil to ooze out, So I'm driving home from the service (30 miles ish) and my car begins to jerk under heavy acceleration so I took it back to the garage it was serviced the following morning and requested for a genuine Bosch fuel filter, which they replaced. So I'm driving home back into Chesterfield (about half way into my commute home) and my car completely died, I lost all power, (Four ways first things first) I pushed in the clutch and panicked like a little girl, I dumped the clutch in 4th (roughly @ 50mph) and the car was rolling but I still had no power, coincidently I approached a lay-by and decided to dump it in there and investigate further, I checked my fluids and all was good, having no tools I had to call out the AA, 45 minutes later, it boiled down to a possible air leak, but I thought once primed the fuel system would of bled itself, I had fuel getting in the fuel pump but none out, so at that point all fingers were pointing at the fuel pump. So I had her towed home wondering what on earth just happened. This afternoon after work (luckily had another means of getting to work) removed the fuel pump and decided to see if my engine was still turning like it should to operate the fuel pump, I manually twisted the fuel pump and to my horror discovered fuel spurting out where it should so mechanically it looked fine, I got into the car turned her over and nothing was moving internally (with the helpful eyes of my old man), straight away I thought timing chain, Could it be the timing chain? I thought I would of heard a bit of a racket when I dumped the clutch after I lost the power? with rods bending and what not, or did I get lucky with the timing of the engine? I did attempt to roll is and engage the clutch but still nothing turning, I'm sure the fuel pump operated from one of the cam shafts? Anyway I'm calling Honda tomorrow to see if they can help at all, I actually already have it booked to check a cracked manifold, Having only owned the car two weeks purchased from a friend who has emigrated abroad who I known for 6 year and in that he owned the car and it never skipped a beat, did I purchase a time bomb? Any ideas or opinions are appreciated Cheers, Chris.