Question about Isuzu Trooper
Replaced timing belt need do you start at TDC to set timing? 1996 trooper 3.2
For all timing belts you should start with the crank sprocket pointing at TDC and the cam sprockets pointing at their designated marks.
You should be able to mark the old belt and and put corresponding marks on the cam and crank pulleys, then remove the old belt and transfer the marks to the new belt and install it.
Personally I would buy a manual as this would provide you with a step by step guide to performing the repair.
I am not positive that this is an interference engine, it looks like it is to me. If you are not accurate in your timing you will cause severe engine damage.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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