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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My scanner isnt working, so i hope this can help you out some...On the left Camshaft..you will a stamp I and E...iI is for intake and E is for exhaust..The I should be up at 12 o'clock and the E should be at 4..you will also have marks on the timing plate behind the camshafts to help you line it up right...Now on the Right Camshaft you will have the same marks, but this time you want the E at 12 and the I at 7 o'clock..And the crankshaft should have a little notch on it, where you can line that up at 12 o'clock with the notch imprint that is on the plate for you..You may have to clean those areas, and use a light, so you can see them..I hope this helps you out..Goodluck...
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Hubs may be broken, because they are not vacuum actuated. 1995's were actuated automatically upon engaging 4wd. To disengage them, stop car, put into 2wd, back up about 20 feet. 1st generation Sportages should not be driven on dry pavement in 4wd. That is usually how the hubs get broken. If hubs are broken, I suggest removing them and installing Warn manual hubs which are much stronger.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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