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2004 land rover freelander crankshaft sensor position location please

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On all diagrams for the 3.5 03 freelander shows the crankshaft mark on center but piston is not tdc.on side mark it does but cant turn

I'm presuming all the freelander range have the same type of set up for the timing. So when you want to work on your freelander changing cambelt a and stuff you set the timing up on to the marks that you see I front of you but on freelander neither piston is at the top or the bottom infact all pistons should be half way up or halfway down the bores which ever choice you want . But take a look at the crankshaft pulley wheel there is so many little bolts holhing it on four or six I'm not sure. If you undo these bolts and remove the crankshaft pulley wheel hey presto there should be another timing mark on the gear behind the pulley wheel it is this timing mark that will get no1 piston at tdc as the timing on freelanders must be spot on

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When you turn the ignition on can you hear the fuel pump run for a second or so? If not could be faulty fuel pump.

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