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I am trying to put my taiming chain back on on my 2003 x-type jaguar . how do i kno if its in timing and if i rotated the bottom pulley without one of the timing chains on will it be out of time

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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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It sounds to me like a loose drive belt. As it slips on one pulley and is able to pull on another then nothing can rotate in sync, causing basically a "mismatch" if you will in how all of the components of the engine as a whole is operating together.
A worn belt and/or tensioner pulley can cause this. Check all of your belts for wear by looking at both sides of the belt for cracks spaced closer than 2" together, frayed edges or cracking deeper than approximately a 1/4 of the belt thickness.
On any car there will be at least one tensioner pulley, I believe yours has two. They are spring loaded and can wear out as well and allow less belt tension. You can check this by observing all of the pulleys while running, and watch for excessive bounce or wobble. There will be two hash marks on the spring housing that the pulleys are mounted to, they represent the minimum and maximum amount of pulley travel. If you find no problem with these nor excessive belt wear, move your attention to your other pulleys on the engine. Another pulley problem that can occur is with the idler pulleys. These are not spring loaded and thus are stationary, they have bearings that also can wear out. That can allow the pulley to wobble. You may not be able to see this at idle speed so you may have to get assistance with the accelerator; or open the throttle by hand.

Replacing a belt or pulley is not difficult with the proper tools and preparation. A long wrench with the proper size for the bolt on the tensioner pulley(s) is all that is needed to move the pulley far enough to slip the belt back off and another on. The belt routing diagram is on a sticker mounted under the hood. In the instance it is missing, take a photo for your reference. Keep the old belt for the part number or refer to your manual.

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Fig. Accessory drive belt routing-X-Type with 2.5L and 3.0L engines


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