Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Montero
My 2.6 Astron (in a '92 Pajero) appears not to have the usual tension adjuster. According to my Haynes manual it shoud have a ''special bolt B'' I undo and then push the adjuster to tension, then tighten the B again. Instead I see just a single pozidrive/philips screw head.
Could this mean I have a hydraulic adjuster as per later Magnas? Any guide to what I need to do to adjust this?
The 'special bolt B' listed in the Haynes manual allows adjustment for the silent shaft chain, not the timing chain.
I don't know why there is a phillip head screw instead of a bolt.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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