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Timing and balance shaft chains 4g54 mitsubishi

Hi would like some help with fitting the chains to this engine. Especially how to time the balance shafts - diagrams would be useful. Thanks Shaun.

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    Timing chain set up has failed and forced broken shrapnal out thru the rocker cover above chains, engine still runs o/k, reconstructing complete timing parts using another engine for spare parts however, specs are required in order to set timing and make relevent adjustments.

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Hi mate, your best bet is to go to the library, they have the manuals there. They let you photocopy a third of the book for free, casue you cant borrow it. I've got the same motor and thats how I got all the info for it. You can either get the maual for a 2lt sigma or 2.6lt sigma or scorpion. they have the same set up and they give you all the diagrams.
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Hi,

Sorry, doon sa request ako naunang nakapost.

If the client overhauled the engine, removed the crankshaft and the balance shaft with the balance shaft chain, and did not mark it before hand, no way that I know he can align/time it.

To my knowledge, the best possible solution is to buy an aftermarket or original chain which then has markings and illustrations/diagrams for the timing as well as instruction set.

Even the service manual is vague on this since the factory installed chain has no markings (which perhaps may be the reason his timing is now off).

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i would forward this post and see if he can help you with your problem..

tnx for asking me,

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