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Isuzu kb 320 valve timing i did removed the waterpump now i want to fit new waterpump and put back the timing belt

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SOURCE: Isuzu 1997 KB 260 Workshop Manual

try haynes.com or your local parts store for a Haynes manual.  For around $20 they are frequently as good or better for home mechanic than factory manuals for $100.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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SOURCE: put new water pump on 1997 isuzu and changed the timing belt

their isnt one

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: had a cambelt break on

Its because your pistons on 1&4 are up top that is why your bent valves got bent you are doing exactly the same thing so turn the crank back 15degrees position your cam and reset your crank,it seems to me you may be out of your depth lets hope not or it may be expensive

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: timeing belt broke running cant seem to get it back in time

Remove the spark plugs and perform a compression test. The lowest cylinder should be not less than 75% of the highest.
Depending on the engine design, you may have a number of bent valves due to valve/piston interference. The compression test will tell. If valves are bent, you will need to remove the head and have the valves replaced.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: broken fan belt needs replacing

go to mercedes benz website and download your owners manual it's in there - or look at the one you have
mbwebsite - owner support - download manuals

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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I have an isuzu LX 320; the The 3 pistons on the passenger side are working; but those on the(drivers side} do not seem to be working; though all spark plugs are firing. What can be the problem?


no year car, stated, nor engine. nor country
welcome to USA forum, its best to state that and engine there.
its sure is V6, but which one???? some many made,
my guess is you have no timing light to seem that BANK fire wrong? "timing"?
that be like first trick out of the bag.
are you down under? (as in the land down under )
or africa, ?
Isuzu Frontier LX 320 V6 or
Isuzu KB 320 LX 4x2 P/U D/C
we dont have either of those 2 cars. or trucks. in the U.S.A.
nada, no cars, no books nothing. like that.
but some of our old 2004 and older have V6s
they dont see cars here now. they bugged out long ago.

id say the 3 pistons on that bank did not die.
but if the spark is hot on the dead bank then the coil pack is ok
if wired correctly , did you mess with that coil pack>?
if timed wrong then the cam belt slipped.

that is my wild guess, on a car never seen here.
ever.
next time man, up and say year, and country.
and if really savvy DISPLACEMENT of that V6

Nov 30, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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How to set timing belt mark and cam mark on Isuzu 320 KB LX V6?


welcome to a USA forum
but guess what we don't have KB here.
zero.
no books, no nothing.
if you search here you see this asked like 1000 times
and no answers. mostly.
see why?
no year stated, do you know car books are indexed by years.
and then engine.
no country stated,
and guess, what, that matters. big time.
the African KB is not like the Australian KB, not by much.

where are you.? bet like the 2nd KB owner to say,
what year. car.
GOOGLE this, "ISUZU KB forum."
warning, they will ask the same questions. as they must.

Jun 14, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Hie need camshaft timing marks for isuzu kb 320


sorry mate, we dont have kb, in usa, we are usa form.
no books cover it here,
we have lots of kb posts there, few answers. due to above.
are you in afirca or austrailia. some kb are different on that fact.
go to isuzu dealer and ask for the big book, FSM book/

search first? like this?

http://www.fixya.com/search.aspx?ref=ser&s=isuzu%20KB%20timng&

Jan 18, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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How to videos of replacing waterpump on 1994 isuzu rodeo 3.2 ltr. 4x4


This procedure is not for the novice. The water pump is driven via the timing belt. It is recommended that the belt be replaced at the same time as the pump. There is serious risk of engine damage (valves/pistons) if you accidentally move the camshaft or crankshaft from proper alignment when removing or replacing the belt/pump, and it is extremely easy to do just that while trying to position the belt. Unless you are very skilled at engine repair, you should leave this one to someone who is skilled at it.

Aug 28, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How do you bypass the immobiliser on a Isuzu KB 320 1999 model


how do you bypass the immobiliser on a Isuzu KB

320 1999 model

Oct 28, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Timing belt went.


At highway speeds it may have bend some valves, is this a 4cyl engine or a v-6? this all depends on the mileage and the condition of the car, the cylinder heads would need to be removed and valves replaced plus a new belt and waterpump and timing belt pulleys, this is costly, if its a 4cyl it maybe worth tryying a belt and see what happens, that dont have to put it all back together they can run the engine with a new belt and if you got lucky then put it back together.but if its the v6 engine i would not try just junk it, sorry or replace engine if car is worth it.

Dec 06, 2011 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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Replacing the waterpump on a 1992 Isuzu pickup with carbureted, timing BELT 2.3 litre four cylinder engine. Do i need to remove the crankshaft-pulley center bolt to be able to pull the timing belt cover...


pretty safe on this old engine ,put socket and bar on the bottom pulley bolt and crank engine so starter motor cracks the bolt for you ,these older engines have a keyway on the pulley so no problem do not do this on new cars as pulley has no keyway and once the pressure is released the cambelt doesnt move and the valves go clonk

May 02, 2011 | 1992 Isuzu Pickup

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Leaking anti freeze. But not from the radiator.??


If it is coming from the front of the engine and almost dead center, then probably the waterpump is going bad. The waterpump is located underneath the timing covers (2 pieces), and requires you remove the timing belt to change it. I can email you a procedure for removing and reinstalling the timing belt if you wish. Send a request to sernst@insightbb.com if you decide to change the waterpump.

Mar 28, 2011 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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How to change the water pump? what has to come off first,second third etc.


I have a 1997 Rodeo so I'm not sure it is the same, but if your waterpump is located under the timing belt cover like mine is and is driven by the timing belt ...

1) Remove the upper fan shroud
2) Remove the (4) nuts then the cooling fan assembly
3) Remove the power steering drive belt
4) Remove the air conditioning compressor drive belt
5) Remove the generator drive belt
6) Remove the fan pulley assembly
7) Remove the crankshaft pulley
8) Remove the oil cooler hose
9) Remove the timing belt cover
10) Remove the timing belt pusher
11) Mark where the timing belt is currently seated in the cam and crankshaft gears (be real sure you know what you are doing here!!!)
12) Remove the timing belt
13) Drain the radiator
14) Remove the waterpump

Mar 01, 2011 | 1999 Isuzu Rodeo

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My timing belt is on the front side and tight on the side that connects to the waterpump. Does that mean a new timing belt or tentioner? I found the problem by checking to see if the waterpump went bad...


Check the belt for wear if nothing is present its normal it all depends on what stroke the engine is on. Thats why it has a tentioner. So the belt can free float. If you want to confirm this just turn the engine a little bit manually and you can watch the belt get tight and loose.

Sep 13, 2010 | 1993 Honda Accord

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