Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
Give me diagram taiming chaing mark for engine vq25
Posted on Sep 17, 2012
Basic engine principles apply here ,cam timing marks are located on the end of the cam a notch or a little slot whatever you want to call it that lines up with the cam cap .piston at no1 top then inlet valve closed and been closed a short while and exhaust valve closed but moving around to open ,then look for the marks ,and if the book says no5 halfway up and no2 halfway down ignore it as its no doubt a haynes book and they are written by mechanical engineers not motor vehicle technicians .its only a jag and they are not difficult to repair
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