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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: timing diesel fuel pump
first remove the timing cover afer remove also remove the crankshaft pully.
now you can see timing belt clearly next remove the valve cover to see valves.
Rotate the engine by hand you can see where you remove the engine bully key grove that key should be top side while you rotating the engine there is mark like -- on the cover behand where you remove the pully so that mark and the crank shark key should in lined.
after that look the injection pump pully you can see front side mark --- look the engine direct behand the bully you can see mark that two mark should be in line have look the engine valves first cylinder should be close and the 4cylinser exhaust valve open.
i thing that will help you.
dont worry this language is my second language.if i make any mistake how i typing.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
95 chev 2500 turbo diesel that overheats. No oil in water or vice versa. New radiator, thermostat. Have flushed the entire system. Water pump does not leak & seems to be working. 187,000 miles. I love this car and want to fix it. Phil email: email@example.com
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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