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pump setting is 8ºbefore tdc used to be a mark on pulley wheel when i built them engines in dagenham in the early 70s ,if no mark visable set crankshaft keyway to the top of the engine and its on the slant remember ,think rheir is a mark on the flywheel now for common rail injection .We used to use a sort of tool that fitted over crank end then we turned it to lock against something which meant the keywaty was pointing to the top of the head and the engine was on a carrier so it sat upright .memorys ,best one was the night shift canteen ,better than a lot of resteurants i have been in since ,real genuine currys and west indian food anywhere
First bring the engine ,to, top dead center(TDC)remove #1wire and plug.
Turn the engine over ,until the timing marks line up ,or ,as close to, if not in proper alignment,check the mark's again.
If the mark's are way out. timing belt replacement ,is need at this time.
***At this time a water pump is suggested also***