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How to remove turbo on transit 2.2 mark 7

How do I replace turbo?

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SOURCE: ford transit 2.4 turbo diese keeps throwing serpentine belt ? any

Most common problem is the tension-er pulley is bad remove the belt and check to see if any pulleys have play in them see if they wiggle back and forth normally the idler pulley bearing wears out and causes the belt to ride at a slight angle marking it throw off the belt. hope this helps.

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The timing marks diagram for 1999 Ford Transit Turbo Diesel 2.5 TD, 85 kW, (116 BHP) "4ED" engine code:

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easy keyway pointing to the top of the engine ,i think their may be marks on the flywheel on the later york engine as their was marks on them at the front of the engine when i worked on the assembly line in 1970 .cant remember the pump timing as the older engines had a inline pump on them and their was a plug at the back of the pump housing that had to line up with a dot on the back of the gearwheel ,long before your time this though ,but the pump timing was about 12? if i remember rightly for an indirect engine and 18 for the dorset engine and 22? for the dorset turbo (Ford D series)Watch when you turn engine over in case you hit the valves ,make sure pistons down a bit then line head timing up then bring the pistons up to TDC

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