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Jul 3, 2011 - Uploaded by Jaime Depaula
Land Rover Freelander 2002-2005 KV6 Timming belt andreplacing valves - Video 2 ... shops in North Eastern USA for bent valves and timing belt change? .... Land Rover 200tdiTiming Belt -From Broken Belt to Retiming the ...
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How to change a rover K series cam belt .. by Technozen of ...soy espa?ol porfavor quiero saber timing marks de MG ROVER 25 petrol 1795cc engen .... Hi, Have a Land Rover Freelander1999 petrol serie K, that dont start, ...
Nov 20, 2006 - 1 post - 1 author
The following is instructions for replacing the timing (or camshaft) belt on the 1.8i petrol engine, as fitted to a Freelander. This is the K-series ... With the timing set, thecam sprocket marks should look like this. Posted Image
the crank has a mark at 12 o clock, each cam has a mark at 12 o clock. line them all up and put the belt on. be sure to properly tension the belt. be sure to replace the idler pulley, and the water pump. hope there are no bent valves.
YOU HAVE TO RETIME BY REMOVE AIR CLEANER.REMOVE CYLINDER HEAD COVER.AND TIMING BELT COVER.TURN THE ENGINE TO TDC OF THE NUMBER 1 CYLINDER HEAD.YOU NEED TO INSERT A SETTING BAR INTO THE SLOT ON THE REAR OF THE CAMSHAFT.VW TOOL 2065A OR EQUIVALENT TO HOLD CAMSHAFT IN PLACE.WHEN YOU RETIME THE INJECTION PUMP YOU HAVE A PIN ALIGNMENT SLOT ON THE SPROCKET HUB IT SHOULD BE AT 12 OCLOCK POSITION.YOU HAVE TO INSERT LOCK PIN TO HOLD SPROCKET IN PLACE.WHEN YOU INSTALL THE TIMING BELT.YOU HAVE TO PRIME THE INJECTION PUMP.BY HOOKING A HAND HELD VACUUM PUMP TO THE RETURN LINE FITTING AND DRAW FUEL INTO THE INJECTION PUMP TO KEEP FROM DAMAGING PUMP IF PUMP IS DRY.THIS WILL GET VAN GOING BUT THE DEALERSHIP STILL HAS TO RETIME TO INJECTION PUMP USING A SCANNER.IF VAN DONT CRANK BROKEN BELT COULD HAVE DAMAGED THE VALVES AND PISTON.
you have remove the accessories belt the plastic covers the spark plugs the valves cover the timing belt the pulleys then the pump.after that all back again retiming the engine etc etc........is very difficult procedure for a user.only an experianced person with special tools can do that.
you should be ok.. i have never seen valve damage on one of these engines after belt breaking..just retime everything and install a new belt..make sure you check water pump and tensioner bearing for looseness/wear
There is no problem with checking timing due to component wear over time. It is important on alot of engines to maintain a good timing belt due to the fact that many engines have valve interferance. Which means that if the engine were running and belt were to fall off the pistons would make contact with the valves causing damage to your engine. Hope this helps.....
Go to autozone.com and register for full free online repair manual. Remember to time from #1 cylinder. Time marks are on crank pulley. When light flashes, the arrow should be closest to the -0- mark as possible
When A timing belt breaks, the best way to see if the engine is still good is to retime the motor, put a new timing belt on without the covers or anything else in the way or replaced, (that way you can see the belt and timing marks moving) and do a compression test one each cylinder. you're not looking for compression to be at specs, you just need to have a compression reading on each cylinder. if you have compression in each one, finish the job up and it should work. if you have no compression in one or more cylinders, chances are you have a bent valve. that involves pulling the heads off and having them gone through.
hint: To reset the timing on the engine move each gear just a little at a time swtiching between them each time. If you start to feel any binding that feels like you're hitting a piston, you probably are. it's normal to feel some tesion from the springs, bout you can still turn the gear with a little effort. it's tricky to describe the difference, but once you feel the spring pressure, you'll know what the feel of a valve on a piston feels like. if this happens, just move the crank a little bit and then go back to the cams. take your time and you'll be able to get the motor re-timed.