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I need only the timing marks thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are 3 thing need to be fixed first the top timing belt pully should be between o.t so should be on . between o.t and secondremove the distrubuter cap it should be one mark 1 which is pointing on block and 3rd is crank shaft should adjust on 0 which you will find on the gearbox there is a green ruber cap remoce it and turn the main crank shaft u will find mark on the frywheel 0.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
isusu engine?? have you looked for a 8mm hole in timing gear that corresponds with a hole on plate behind then lock it in with a bolt ,remove bolt after tightening belt .DONT FORGET THIS ???.....if you cant find anything do it with no timing marks easy --- piston no 1 at tdc valves closed spin pump till fuel comes out of no 1 injector feed and lock it all together,indirect diesel is 6/8 ,,,,,direct injection is 12/16,,,,and turbo is 18/22 btdc
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
there is a little mark on the crankshaft which you line up with the 'o' mark on the casing ..
remove the cam cover and look at the cam you should see a nob on the cam about 3 th lob and that should be facing just left of the engine ..
if you have a turbo there is two notchs on the injection pump pully ..if turbo there is a 't' mark on the rear of the cover the notch on the pully should mark up with the 't'..
the timing is set..
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: where can i find timing
Hi, no marks as such, but with the crank marks lined up to TDC No/1 if you look at the cam pulley and the pump pulley you should see a hole in both at about 2o'clock position, these holes should line up with corresponding holes of which you screw a bolt in each ( I think they are 8mm metric ) by doing this the bolts hold both pulleys in the correct position with crank marks aligned, cheers hope that helps
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
try the Haynes or Chilton's repair manual available at your local library or parts store for a fee. Either way call ahead and check availability.
Posted on Dec 04, 2011
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