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How to replace head gasket 1987 nissan pickup

How to reinstall timing chain back onto cam shaft

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SOURCE: Trying to put timing chain

no adjustment neccesary. There is a timing chain tensioner, which you will simply push back in to its body. once you do that, there should be a small hple somewhere on the body of the tensioner. That' sthere so you can piut a paper clip into it to keep the tensioner from coming out. Once you lock that in place you can remove the tensioner and than the timing chain.Once you get it all back together, just pull back on the pin and the tensioner will come out and put tension on the chain. good luck.

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YOU GOT THE TIMING OFF ON THE TIMING BELT BY HALF  TURN.                                                    GOOD LUCK!

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SOURCE: we changed head gasket on 1989 d21 nissan pickup

did u take off timing belt? if so then its not timed if not then check the cylinders for compression. might b a bent valve in the head

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Nissan overhead cam shaft with a timing

your timinig covers have a mark on it and the gear should have a groove on it so you can line that up

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SOURCE: Problem with my 1987 Nissan Pickup

TIMING OR BURNT VALVE! COULD ALSO BE WATER IN GAS , TRY A BOTTLE OF HEET SOLD AT AUTOZONE AND ADD TO YOUR NEXT FILL UP. ALSO RUN A TANK OF PREMIUM UNLEADED THROUGH IT FOR A GOOD OCTANE BOOST TO HELP WITH THE BURNING OF THE WATER FROM YOUR TANK. HOPE THIS HELPS!

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1985 nissan pickup. How to replace the head gasket without touching the timing chain?


as long as the timing chain is not in your way ,,it should be pretty simple ,,but if it is remove your timing cover and loosen the timing chain tensioner ..make sure you put that chain back on properly on the proper timing marks

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Hi can someone tell me please on my nissan nomad 1990 2.4 z24 dual spark single ohc engine what the cylinder head bolt tensions are and if head bolts need replacing and how do u lock the timing chain or...


Hi Holidaydamo.What country are you in?Never heard of a Nomad,sure would like to see it,but anyway,I am in U.S,A.Here's some links on your cylinder head torque. Repair Guides Engine Mechanical Cylinder Head AutoZone com Here's a link on your timing belt,by the way I have a 85 Nissan 720 4x4 with the 2.4 engine,I have 8 spark plugs too,I just replaced both coils,I also have a Weber carb,your's is fuel injector I guess. Repair Guides Engine Mechanical Timing Chain And Tensioner AutoZone com Here's a look at my Nissan. 85 Nissan 720 4x4 2 4 Weber conversion

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Timing marks? Installing timing chain need to know timing from cam to crank?


crank TDC ,cam ?? look on the back of it for a slot if a slot then it should be horizontal with the head ,dont know where the mark is on this vehicle ,didnt you put white paint on it first ?? i can tell you how to do it without timing marks if you cant find the marks

Aug 15, 2010 | 1987 Nissan Pickup

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Blown head gasket


please read all before starting not to bad to change did you check compression if your sure that's what it is its about 4hr job.start by putting #1 tdc intake side.note where vacuum hoses are can mark with gray or yellow perm marker remove breather all plug wires exhaust manifold then intake manifold remember what bolts in and whats nutted on.remove break booster cross vacuum hose and egr control valve on left rear of intake side remove vale cover ((you'll have to get something to hold tension on timing chain so not to let tentioner come out inside timing chain cover when removing came gear)) remove head bolts only in off order so not to put tension in one area. do not remove cam shaft bolts and do not turn cam shaft at all after timing gear is removed take off head and check piston walls for wear replace gasket and put back in GOOD LUCK

Jun 30, 2010 | 1985 Nissan Pickup

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I have a 1987 Dodge Ram 50 sport 2.6 litre the head gasket is blown how do i get the timing chain off to replace the gasket


You have to remove the oil pan - harmonic balancer - timing cover to replace timing chain... to replace cylinder head gasket and not the chain -- you need an assistant to hold the camshaft gear with chain on it. Suspending it with wire to keep the chain from moving the timing (do not let the chain relax as it will come off the crankshaft gear and change the timing)

Dec 04, 2009 | 1987 Dodge Ram 50

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Overheating and water mixed in with oil


Blown head gasket will cause this so will a warped head, unproperly torqued bolts on the head, or even a crack in the block.

Apr 19, 2009 | 1987 Toyota 4Runner

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WHEN REPLACING THE HEAD GASKET.


Yes, the chain has to come off. The cam gear that is driven by the chain is mounted on the cam, inside the head, and the crank pulley down at the bottom is what drives it via the chain. The chain has to be removed in order to remove the head.

Usually the pulleys are mounted onto their shafts with a bolt through the center of each pulley. That will have to be loosened and removed (which is much easier if it's loosened before you remove the chain, so that the chain holds the pulley still and keeps it from moving). My question is, why do you need to remove the pulley? Once the chain is off, and everything else is disconnected, the head will lift off with the pulley intact, and the crank pulley doesn't need to come off as it has nothing to do with a head gasket service. Is there another issue that requires the pulley to come off, or are you replacing the head with one whose cam pulley is missing?

Sep 07, 2008 | 1998 Saturn SL

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Trying to put timing chain back after replacing head gasket on a Nissan N22 motor. Need to find adjustment to loosen timing chain so that i can attach timing gear with chain onto OH cam. can you help on...


no adjustment neccesary. There is a timing chain tensioner, which you will simply push back in to its body. once you do that, there should be a small hple somewhere on the body of the tensioner. That' sthere so you can piut a paper clip into it to keep the tensioner from coming out. Once you lock that in place you can remove the tensioner and than the timing chain.Once you get it all back together, just pull back on the pin and the tensioner will come out and put tension on the chain. good luck.

Jul 24, 2008 | Nissan King Cab Cars & Trucks

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