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Unless you know about diesel engines your going to get your self in a real mess , first did you know your timing marks when you took the cambelt off , if you put the head back on and didn't time the belt with the crankshaft it will never work . Get a workshop manual on the timing marks for your vehicle or go on youtube and that will show you how to set it all up , next time you do some thing like this good tip get tipex and mark the cam and crank put a few marks over it and make sure you put a new belt on or if belt is good make sure it goes back the same way around colin
Posted on Jun 15, 2017
Contact your local dealer, as there are none of those here in the U.S.A.
Posted on Jun 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 300zx engine idle
The reason it's stalling out is because of the adjustments you made to the CAS and TPS. You need to reset the CAS where it was, since when you rotate this sensor, you change the ignition timing. As for the TPS, that also needs to be reset to how it was. The way to adjust the idle on this engine is with a screw on the idle air control valve (IACV). At the back corner of the engine, on top on the driver's side, the IACV is bolted on. If you crouch down next to the driver's fender and look straight in at the IACV (with a flashlight) you will see a screw recessed in there, with the head pointing toward you. That's the idle adjustment screw. With the engine running, AFTER you have reset the CAS and TPS, turn this screw until you are able to set a warm-engine idle of roughly 750 RPM. Messing with TPS voltage and ignition timing is a sure-fire way to stall or blow up your engine.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
old fashioned method,no 1 pistonTDC remove rocker cover ,no 4 cyl valves on the rock and no 1 cyl open then look for some sort of landmark as i honestly cant remember where the marks should be.zetec the marks are on the back of the twin cams the grooves have to be horizontal with the rear caps remove the rocker cover and you will see it
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Not likely. You have a 4 cyl engine with over head cam. It has hydrolic lifters. If it wasn't making the noise before he replaced the chain, then its something he did...or didn't do. If it was making the noise before, most common reason would be 1 or more lifters not pumping up. If you have a six cyl, no one changed the timing chain, (It doesn't have one!) The 3.0 6cyl has a belt.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Either the camshaft are seriously out of time or the piston rings/pistons are worn out.
Check TDC of Piston No1 on the power stroke coincides with both inlet and exhaust valves being closed.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
I checked out the pajero forum, they don't mention the bottom tensioner as being the noise maker here but rather a sloppy chain, stretched beyond the tensioner and riding on the guides. The noise sounds like it comes from the fan area as a metallic chattering. They sell a chain that has a master link in it, and you don't have to tear down the entire engine again to get to it, just the top cover,, Cut the old chain, and use it to pull the new one through. Also, if your chain did jump its gear, it would only be a matter of 8 - 10 miles before the cam breaks. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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