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Would like to set up the timing chains in a 4.7 liter engine.

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Haynes lists the entire procedure for setting the position of the cams etc. Positioning of these is critical...If off by even a slight amount the valves WILL strike the pistons and destroy the engine. DO NOT use any parts made by SA Gear...They have no quality control and will deny any claim made against them. Make sure that the chain guides are in good condition and that the chain tensioner is operating properly.

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Look in manual if you have one engine rod and timing mechanism have to be at TDC or top dead center.

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Click here to download Isuzu Service Bulletin for 2.2 engine. Document is in PDF format.

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