Question about 1999 Mazda 626
Engine 2.0l timing marks
Look on the back of the cams to see if their are any slots on them sorry not experianced like a dealer fitter on this car so go back to basics and look ,firstly is this engine a rebuild or something or has the timing belt snapped ,if so is it a valve free engine or have got bent valves ask at dealer for this ,then TDC no1 with plug out and long thin screwdriver to locate the TDC then look at the valves engine rotates to the right so its inlet cam lobe up and to the left ,exhaust up and to the right then look for what could be a corresponding mark ,before cranking engine make sure you turn it over with a rachet and socket first 360? to ensure no valves crunching
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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