Timing belt replacement on Audi 80 1.9TDi

I have just had the timing belt and tensioner replaced on my 1994 Audi 80 1.9 Tdi, with 214000 miles. Following the replacement, the engine does not fire up when cold. Specially in the mornings. The glow plug
light goes out after a time delay. When it fires up, after a few minutes, it starts with a puff of smoke. It is likely that the timing belt is the cause of the problem or just a coincide. There appears to be no loss of power. Any suggestions appreciated.
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i think the timming belt may have been put on with one tooth out buy the sounds of it

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I had the same experience. After consulting another garage it appeared that the garage that changed the timing belt should have checked the timing of the injection pump with a computer diagnostic system. The timing of the fuel injection was way out of spec. After adjusting the timing of the fuel injection the car started fine.
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