Question about 2005 Husqvarna TE 510
I have a 2005 Husqvarna TE 510, and I recently removed the waterpump to check out a leak, not knowing that pulling out the waterpump, messes with your cam timing. The timing sprocket pulled out of the cam sprockets and I lost the timing. Trying to get help on how to go about correcting that problem.
Also, how do I go about finding Top Dead Center?
It hase a litle sign at ignition at the electrics if you cant find it remove the spark plug and put carefully a screwdriver. top dead center is upper place that the piston can be..for the timing every camhas a sign in the gear that maches with a sign at the waterpump gear wen it is at the center.sorry for the ad english if i didnt help and you dont have already a solution send an email so i can send you photos.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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