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Do you have to brake timing chain to remove head to chang head gasket
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trying to put timing chain
no adjustment neccesary. There is a timing chain tensioner, which you will simply push back in to its body. once you do that, there should be a small hple somewhere on the body of the tensioner. That' sthere so you can piut a paper clip into it to keep the tensioner from coming out. Once you lock that in place you can remove the tensioner and than the timing chain.Once you get it all back together, just pull back on the pin and the tensioner will come out and put tension on the chain. good luck.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
SOURCE: bmw318 1998 timing chain
you have to loosen the adjuster first that takes the slack out of the chain. you then have to remove bothe the cam sprocket and the crank sprocket at the same time . you do this by removing the index bolt and the remainder of bolts. this should do the trick
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
i think the problem is in the fuel line. i have encounter it too.. the best way is to replace all fuel filter. muzzo have 3 fuel filter. 2 located at the engine and the other one located at the fuel tank they called it as strainer. u can see the opening of the tank underneath the back seat of the car. also good suggestion clean the tank. duel dirt is the main cause of your problem cause muzzo have only a small tip that why only little dirt can cause plunging in engine. sory for bad English
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
SOURCE: i have a ssangyong musso
Hi if you look at the pipes coming from your vacuum pump and follow the one that runs along the side of the engine and goes to the bulkhead you will find a T piece this has probably split and you no longer have the vacuum to close the fuel delivery
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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