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Timing belt broke jumped time need timing positioning crank and cams

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You should have a picture and instructions
with the new belt,if you bought Gates or a
quality brand

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1992 Volvo 960 Broken timing belt - need to locate alignment marks for crankshaft and camshaft and associated reference marks for TDC or other position. Car was cranked AFTER belt broke - Crankshaft Is...


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I have a 1993 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 engine. The Timing Has Jumped


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IF YOUR TIMING BELT BROKE OFF BEFORE YOU CHANGED THE TIMING BELT DO YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE COVER OFF OF THE HEAD VALVE LOOK AT THE CAMS AND YOU WILL SEE THAT THE VALVES ARE BENT IF THE CAM IS NOT TOUCHING THE VALVES ARE BENT BEFORE YOU ALINE THE CAM GEARS YOU HAVE TO PUT THE CRANK SHAFT GEAR IT HAS A MARK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OIL PEN MAKE SURE THAT WHEN YOU GET IT ALL SET UP RETURN THE GEAR TO THE MARK ON PULLY ALSO THE TIMING MARKS ON THE CAMS HAS TO MARKS ON THE COVER THE LEFT CAM GOES AT 12:00 THE RIGHT CAM MAKE SURE THE EXHAUST LINE LINES UP AT 12:00 OTHERWISE IT WONT START BECAUSE YOU DONT HAVE NO COMPRESSION I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL FOR ANYBODY THAT NEEDS TO REPAIR THE ENGINE



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