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What do i do when my timing belt jumped 1994 isuzu rodeo 3.2 L?

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    service interval belt or chain

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Rebuild the the whole engine

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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.

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The timing marks are stamped into the head and in the cam pulley, also on the crank and the case, find them and paint them white so you can see them, the new belts have the marks on the belt, they will line up, If they don't , you got it wrong, You can do this without spinning the cams or crank and losing the marks, as long as the belt marks line up, you will be all set. Put the pin in the tensioner before removing the belt. Did you change the water pump? And I think the engine is 3.2L. Get it in there and pull the pin, It should be right on. Turn over the engine by hand a couple times to make sure it comes around on the marks. If it is wrong, it will go about 11 or 12 miles, and you will need a new engine. Hope this helps.

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