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I have a 1992 SE magna and I want the timing marks and the head tension

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if you use a torch you can see it down on the bottom. you need to use a long screwdriver to push on the lever, then lift the cam gear back on to the head.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Mitsi Montera/Pajero/Magna 2.6 timing chain tension

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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you don't have to remove the head to do the timing tension er but will have to do the belt! just get a book and line up the timing marks before you take it apart! good luck

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: timing marks, head bolt tension.specifications

Hi, I have a daihatsu rocky and the best source of information for Daihatsu has come from a site called WARFS.ORG when you go to the site you will see that there is a link for diahatsu help Leon is the US rep for them and the man knows more about daihatsu's than anyone on the planet.I hope this helps you good luck and keep that daihatsu running !!

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SOURCE: I have a 1992 TR magna and I want to pull the

half way down the front of the motor you have to take the metal timing chain cover off nasty job if you have air con

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