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Timing belt needs changed

My 1994 Isuzu pickup requires the timing belt to be changed, I've bought the belt and am ready to tear into the engine and fix it, but i dont' have any information on how the timing belt is suppose to go in or to what degree it needs to be timed.....

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If I had engine number I could supply details,this is the eng model number that is usually on a tag the size of cig pkt,situated in the firewall or inside of bonnet,others are on door pillar. Failing that strip down to the cambelt,see if you can identify marks on cam,crank sprockets and corresponding marks that they align to on block and head.it's good to paint mark the old belt to those marks so you can transfer those to the new belt,it will make timing easier as you have 2 self checks measures. nb:most belts have engine rotation direction printed on it. make sure that idler,tensioner pulleys arent noisey, if model has a silicone tensioner,these are more difficult to set if tensioner pulley swivels to tension...so to give more precise info i will really need engine spec/model no. IMPORTANT:when belt on,timed and tensioned,turn over in direction of engine crank 2 complete revolutions of crank pulley-that is 4 rotations of cam(s).all marks should be aligned(sprockets and marks)not always paint marks on belt though.if not aligned patience needed more than bent valves.

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