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In rear of injection pump of mb 100 how will i know that it was point to or it was fired to number one may iknow the timing mark on it

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when was the last time it was tuned up?

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Hi, I need some help please! I have a peugeot 406 2.1 td p reg. I've had to put a 1.9 bosh pump on it to bipass the imobiliser. does any one know what order the injection pipes go in. cheers ale


Hi Alex, The firing order is 1-3-4-2. When fitting the injector pump I hope you noticed the match marks for timing. When fitted and aligned the engine will be at TDC firing on one. To identify # 1 on the pump, connect the fuel supply and bleed air from the system and rotate the engine one and three quarter revolutions by hand, having someone watch which outlet ejects fuel when passing TDC completing the second rotation. That will indicate number one piston. Follow the firing order for the remaining three. Regards John

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I changed my 1986 Toyota pickup engine, when it was all done i tried to turn it on and the gas pump wasn't pumping enough gas so i bought a new one and installed it, apparently now the pump has to much...


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If its fuel injected is not going to be too much fuel pressure. There is a fuel pressure regulator that regulated the pressure.Because its a replaced engine what is the firing order? There will be 2 of them 1342 and 1432, You'll need to check the timing and the firing order. Bring the engine to top dead center, use the mark on the front pulley. take spark plug# 1 out.Is the piston up? Top dead center is the piston up and crank timing mark on zero( 0). remove distributor cap is it at a position to fire # sparkplug wire to cylinder? If not youll need to set it there. Because you are stating it shakes alot you not in the right firing order. let me know

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on the back of the fuel pump flywheel there is a key way type notch square looking cast into the wheel. it is about 2mm x 2mm in size.
this gets lined up with the cast aluminium mounting for the injection pump.
there is on the outer most point of the casting that the injection pump in mounted on a horizontal line cast into the very outer most point possible of the casting.
This horizontal line matches up with the key way type notch on the fuel injection pump flywheel.

It still needs to be timed but you wont bend any valves breaking the injection pump.

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96 mtrhme 460cuin fuel injected . Strtz hard ,


when was the last time it was tuned up?

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