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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reply to sonic2552 the van in question is australian ford econovan 1987 model it has 2.2 litre R2 diesel i believe mazda call them a bongo in certain other countries, i have since found all the timing marks, put on TDC actually fairly easy to find, for your info all pulleys marked & markers notched in rear belt cover,engine is also used in asia/kia rocksta - mazda B series utes & what we call here in OZ ford courier ute( re badged B series) thanx for your help & hopefully this info helps others.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
THE TIMING CHAIN HAS TO HAVE SKIPPED A TOOTH UNLESS THE DISTRIBUTOR HAS BEEN DISTURBED. IF THE DISTRIBUTOR WAS REMOVED THEN IT NEEDS TO BE REMOVED AND PUT BACK IN PLACE CORRECTLY BY FINDING TOP DEAD CENTER ON THE COMPRESSION STROKE ON CYLINDER NUMBER ONE AND HAVE THE ROTOR CONTACT POINT AT THAT PLUG WIRE WHEN YOU DROP THE DISTRIBUTOR BACK IN PLACE.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
POSSBILE CAUSE TO YOUR PROBLEM COULD BE WORN OR CORRODED BATTERY CABLES OR BATTERY FEED WIRE TO ALTERNATOR AND VOLTAGE REGULATOR WIRES COULD BE FRAYED OR BROKEN.MAKE SURE DRIVE BELT NOT SLIPPING OR YOU COULD HAVE BLOWN FUSE LINK.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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