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Reply to sonic2552 the van in question is australian ford econovan 1987 model it has 2.2 litre R2 diesel i believe mazda call them a bongo in certain other countries, i have since found all the timing marks, put on TDC actually fairly easy to find, for your info all pulleys marked & markers notched in rear belt cover,engine is also used in asia/kia rocksta - mazda B series utes & what we call here in OZ ford courier ute( re badged B series) thanx for your help & hopefully this info helps others.

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get a haynes manual and look up camshaft replacement..its worth the 30 bucks

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