Timing belt setting and my car iddle are out of form mazda etude
My mazda etude 160 ie 2002 modle is not operating because the timing belt setting are very much incorrect; i need to know how can i fix and put the right time setting and set the idle proper please help me
Re: timing belt setting and my car iddle are out of form...
Your camshaft and crankshaft pulleys have to be properly aligned upon installation of the timing belt. The cogs on the belt, should fit precisely with the teeth of the pulleys. Your # 1 engine cylinder should be moved to "Top Dead Center" before installing the belt. This means no compression once the top of the piston cylinder reaches the top of the chamber.
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I have a problem with the mazda etude 160ise, the crank shaft sensor was damages and replaced it ad now the car cant tart. Note that the timing was afected in that the two sealings were replaced. Could one please provide information as to how I can get in timing and get it going again.
the problem is not the altenator. you should have a idler pully and a self adjusting idler tensioner. if thes e go bad the bearings tend to seize up and break belts i would check these first chance you get the tensioner should be spring like and be hard to move back and forth the pulley part of it should spin freely with out makeing a noise. please rate this