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Camshafts alignment in the cylinder head 1.0 12 valve cuore

There are 2 dots on each camshaft. how they align at top dead centre.

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SOURCE: TIMING MARKS CAMBELT REPLACEMENT FOR CL-T CHARADE, PLEASE

Hi Cas,

1) timing belt - see the small dot on tooted crank (small) pulley and match this with a notch ^ on engine body. Align the 'F' on overhead camshaft front pulley with lower crank shaft (small pullet). You should also alight the top pulley with a ^ on right side of big pulley when facing engine from front

In case of diesel pump:
2) cam belt - alight the dot mark on small camshaft pulley with notch ^ on tappet cover. Move and hold pump pulley and alight it with dot on this pulley to dot mark on plate to which pump is bolted.

Regards,

Gulfraz, Karachi, Pakistan

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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SOURCE: excessive noise from camshaft after head reconditioning and correct adjustment both standard setting and allowing for head being shaved - to no effect on a daihatsu charade 1991 G100

if its upper noise eg folowers and lifters if they are hydrolic lifters where these replaced are the cams ok if they are manually ajustable tappets these can be ajusted unless the following are goosed again the cams are pitted or mishapen will need new cam shaft the lifter rods are worn or week valve springs
but if they are hydrolic will have to be replaced inc cam shaft hope this makes sence ivan

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