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  • Here is a diagram of the marks on a 1995 106 Peugeot Diesel




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if i remember rightly then their are holes in the timing gears which you push a 8 mm drill bit through to lock the gear wheel for the timing pump and the camshaft into position ,the crankshaft keyway points to the top of the engine ,make sure you turn engine over 360 degrees after fitting the new belt by hand to ensure the valves clear ,look at the gears and the back behind the gears for the locating hole ,think the cam is 90,to the right and the pump is to the left m,sorry iam and suffering from old timers so memory is not what it was

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How do we time a 1998 1999 106 peugeot diesel car


if i remember rightly then their are holes in the timing gears which you push a 8 mm drill bit through to lock the gear wheel for the timing pump and the camshaft into position ,the crankshaft keyway points to the top of the engine ,make sure you turn engine over 360 degrees after fitting the new belt by hand to ensure the valves clear ,look at the gears and the back behind the gears for the locating hole ,think the cam is 90,to the right and the pump is to the left m,sorry iam and suffering from old timers so memory is not what it was

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Hello, this is a French Peugeot, you might have to remove the dash. A lot of auto/trucks the heading and air conditioner units are just one component. Remove the hose from the engine fire wall under hood that is if your car engine is located in the front of the car. On the fire wall you'l see some studs sticking out with nuts of them around the internial heading/AC unit. Dis count the hoses (water) I don't now how the air condition line are connected, some are slip joint, some are spring loaded and the use nuts/ferals.

Just take you time and make mental and some diagrams where all these part go.
If you auto is using R12 freon then it will have to be recovered. If it is R134A or 410 just expell it to the atmosphere.
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no its not right,either change the fuel filter and air filter .if still no joy then get someone to check the injector pump timing because it sounds like someone has changed the timing belt and not done it right..the cam and pump are locked up with a 8mm bolt through the gearwheel into a indent hole behind and ???sounds like weekend mechanic job ,couldnt or didnt know how to sort ot or what they done ??so flogged it quick

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