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Am replacing cyl head & timing marks do not line up on the camshafts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi -- the timing marks on a twin cam are tricky!! heres how- turn the motor over to tdc on the bottom pulley,this will align two marks on the lower cog-----now on the top cog,it has an obvious mark near the teeth-- well disregard this for now!! the cog has a hole in it,in one of the spokes,well this goes at 12 o,clock and lines up with a mark you will see on the housing! now if you are right you will see the mark near the teeth is at around 4,oclock---i just did one and it is right--cheers
Posted on May 28, 2009
1) timing belt - see the small dot on tooted crank (small) pulley and match this with a notch ^ on engine body. Align the 'F' on overhead camshaft front pulley with lower crank shaft (small pullet). You should also alight the top pulley with a ^ on right side of big pulley when facing engine from front
In case of diesel pump:
2) cam belt - alight the dot mark on small camshaft pulley with notch ^ on tappet cover. Move and hold pump pulley and alight it with dot on this pulley to dot mark on plate to which pump is bolted.
Gulfraz, Karachi, Pakistan
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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