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Isuzu 4hf 1 enging , timing gears have no marks and no injector timing mark , have set enging valve timing closed on 1 and rocking on 4 , but having prob with pump timing , how many deg BTDC do i set the spill timing .

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SOURCE: Hyundai Lantra 19999 Timing Mark

are you setting the timing belt or just setting the timing with a light ? if you are setting the timing it should be set at about 10 before top dead center or maybe would run a little better at 12 or so thanks jerry holler if you have more .

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: HELP!!!!need timing marks for pajero 94 2.8 auto *** import

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

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SOURCE: Just need to know about timing marks, please

when you pop the hood look around you should see a sticker that will tell you

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: setting timming

Put the engine at TDC compression stroke , Thats when the valves are both closed on No 1 cyl and the piston is on its compression stroke .then align all cam and crank marks. set distributor/rotor button on No 1 cylinder (rotor pointing at #1 plug wire) . rotate engine 2 revolutions and recheck all marks. Fire away

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Look on the pointer to see if it is there.

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