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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to my haynes manual for Landrover 200tdi, G - S reg,1989-1998 it goes as follows,
Stage 1:- Tighten all bolts to 30lb ft or 40Nm then
Stage 2:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees then
Stage 3:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees again.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
P2008 means intake runner control circut/open bank 1. The intake mainfold running solenoid must be checked and eventually replaced. The solenoid is located off the vacuum hose and operates the intake runner shaft throught the mainfold.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
For the 12 Pointed Head Bearing Cap Sub-Assembly Bolts
Start from center bolts and tighten in a clockwise rotation working out
Step 1 all bolts 22 Nm or 16 ft lb
Step 2 all bolts 44 Nm or 32 ft lb
Step 3 all bolts 45 degrees additional clockwise rotation using an angle indicator.
Step 4 all bolts 45 degrees additional clockwise rotation using an angle indicator.
Hexagon Head Bearing Cap Sub-Assembly Bolts
1ZZ-FE Engine 18.5 Nm (14 ft.lb)
2ZZ-GE Engine 18 Nm (13 ft.lb)
1. Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and under the heads of theconnecting rod cap bolts.
2. Install and alternately tighten the 2 connecting rod cap bolts in several passes. Torque: 1ZZ-FE: 20 Nm (204 kgf-cm, 15 ft. lbs.) 2ZZ-GE: 30 Nm (306 kgf-cm, 22 ft. lbs.) If any of the connecting rod cap bolts does not meet the torque specification, replace the connecting rod cap bolts.
3. Retighten the cap bolts by 90 more
4. Check that the crankshaft turns smoothly.
Posted on Sep 11, 2012
The timing is not always right during the warm up cycle. Actual knocking I think has a knock sensor and comes up as a diagnostic code. The engine runs bad on a cold morning when its low on oil. They need a lot of oil. Then theres mysterious stuff like blocked fuel supply, timing belt sync wrong (inference engine!) wrong injector seals creating blowby causing oil strainer clog. Yeah bad injector or it made a hole in your piston.
Posted on Apr 15, 2017
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