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PLEASE ADVISE HOW TO SETB UP TIMING ETC AND WHERE TO FIND THE MARKS ON A PEUGEOT 307 20I SW PETROL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cam timing
Firstly with this engine being identified as an interference engine, I will not accept any responsibility if your engine gets damaged. You are free to take or leave this advice and the responsibility will be entirely yours.
Engine codes: D2H, D6A, D6B, D6D, DDZ, DKZ, DFZ.
Covering years 1989 to 1997.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: timing marks on peugeot 1.9 tdi
there is a few ways of doing thes the easiest way being using locking pins
you bont have to go and buy a set of locking pins you can use 3 m8 (13mm headded) bolts and a 5mm allen key
there is a hole in the cam pully and 2 holes in the injection pump pully and 1 in the fly wheel
i suggest you lock the fly wheel up first
the hole is located under the starter motor on the front of the block
insert the 5mm allen key and get someone to turn the crank pully clockwise until allen key engages into the fly wheel
the hole in the cam should be at about 25 past
(if it is at 10 to then you neet to remove the pin from the fly wheel and turn the crank 1 full turn)
when the hole is inthe right place you can insert a m8 bolt and wind it in to the head
with this now lined up you should be able to fit the other 2 m8 bolts into the injector pump pully
with this now done your 1.9 tdi engine is timed up
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Havent seen one of these for many a year ,now the diesel yes but the V6 petrol well to be honest here i have no access to a alldata book and if i did then it would have to be a old one thats for sure so what i advise is to remove no 1 plug then make sure the pistons are down from TDC then remove the rocker covers and look at the valves and the end of the camshafts as i think their may be a slot on the end of the cam ,if not bring inlet valve so the lobe is pointing up and to the left and the exhaust up and to the right this is somewhere around where they should be then look for a marks like a slot on back of camshaft or a lug on the side of the camshaft that lines up with a sensor or a mark on the timing gear wheels and they line up through a line between the centre bolts ,some engines have the timing mark on the cam belt as a white line ,The marks are their somewhere its just a question of working out exactly they are ,sorry i couldnt be more specific but i do hope i have given you something to look for .This is the same engine as the one in the citreon but its been about 20 yrs since i done a head gasket on one of these .
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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