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Hi,some times you have to have the key in the ignition barrel and switched on the first setting,
what I would try to do is put barrel in with key in as you push it in its housing turn key while still pushing the barrel in to its first setting entry as you push the barrel in to move the key from left to right and see if it will slide into its housing.
please let me know how you got on,or maybe youve already tried it.best of luck.
2lt overhead cam with them horrible tappet adjusters,cast iron head but valves dont hit the head if the timing belt breaks ,but it does on the 1600 .called a pinto in america .Remember the assembly line well ,have many a fond memory of working on it and the staff canteen on night shift ,what lovely grub we got.Head bolt torque is about 80lbs because i used to pull them down to check them after the machine had tightened them up