Question about Isuzu Rodeo
The tension pulley for the timing belt does not use a spring. There is a self-contained hydraulic PUSHER that is mounted to the left of the crankshaft pulley that engages the tension pulley.
If you pulled the tension pulley off and can't remount it, you will need to remove this pusher, retract the pin, hold it in place with a 1.5mm allen wrench, reinstall the tension pulley, reinstall the pusher, then remove the 1.5mm allen wrench to set the tension again.
Make sure the timing belt is still in the right place by looking at the markers at the crank and cam shaft areas.
The original ticking noise was probably from the valves needing reworked.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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