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Timing settings for 2.8 pajero auto 1996 chain

We can not do the timing for this pajero

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  • armscar Jun 26, 2008

    we have a 1966 mitsubishi pajero 2.8 auto *** import. we bought a new head for it and we can not set this time. any ideas? can we download this. are they any manuals we can get. the mechanic is tearing his hair out.



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On the cam shaft there is a dowel it sopose to be up while crank shaft pulley is aline to 0 in most case damper rubber on crank shaft pulley shifts and cant get timming line up. in that case you get #1 piston up make sure its # 1, then on cam shaft put #1 int. and exh. lobes opposite so int. and exh. are close ,when engine turns exh. opens

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