Question about 1985 Honda GL 1200 Interstate Gold Wing

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After removing timing belt somehow the crankshaft got turn so that the marking T1 was not showing. How can i tell if the crank is in the right place in relation to the vavles.

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  • djoy707 Aug 27, 2010

    How will I know if it out 180deg. ?

    if it out 180 is that went the vavles will hit the piston?

  • djoy707 Aug 31, 2010

    Thank you

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Please go to the attached link and download the entire factory manual, print copies of the timing belt replacement instructions and pictures and have it in front of u when u do the work, if u get the belt wrong u just bought a very expensive valve job and poss new pistons.
http://www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/4536779-honda-goldwing-1200-full-service-repair-manual

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Turning the engine over is NEVER going to align those marks.
Get the T1 (Not T2) mark spot on. Make sure you're lining up the "T" mark and not the "F" mark. Make sure your cam pully marks are close. If they're 180º out, turn the engine over again coming back to the T1 mark again and the cam pully marks should be in the proper position this time. Slacken the adjusters and retigten one bolt to hold it all the way back from the belt. Do that on each side.
Align them as close as you can get them, make sure you see the T1 mark, then pull the belts. Once you have the belts off, rotate the pulleys to align the marks (no more than a couple teeth movement - they should be very close before you take the belts off, remember!)

When you put the new belts on, make sure they go on with both marks on both pulleys aligned correctly with the crankcase.
Do you have the spark plugs out when you are turning the engine? If the plugs are in, you could be trying to turn it against the compression.

Remove the spark plugs and turn the engine again - it should turn fairly easily, with a bit of resistance when the valves are opened.
If you can make two complete rotations of the engine, with the plugs out, without any pistons hitting valves (you'll know because you won't be able to turn it any further) then you're good to go.make sure you are turning the engine the right way, you must turn it in the direction it normal runs when you spin it over buy hand. This matters only to put the correct tension on the belt in the correct direction. If you turn it backwards, it can be deceiving as how the marks line up.After you get the plugs out just turn the engine over by hand using the crackshaft bolt. Clockwise only and turn it a few full rev and see if all your marks line up again and nothing is stopping the engine. If it passes that test you are ready to fire it up. From right pulley at T1 and the left pulley is lined up with the mark on the crankcase. The red oval is the little dot, blue is the line, and yellow is the mark on the crankcase.----- Line up the blue with the yellow. You have to work at it because there is tension on that pulley and make sure you are on your timing mark .-------- Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

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    raj somaiya Aug 31, 2010

    Keep updated.Thanks.

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Not a do-it-yourself job, unless you got some time and are pretty confident.

You'll have to dismount the engine from the motor mount on the passenger side. (17mm bolts and nuts)

You'll have to move the power steering lines out of your way.

Remove the crankshaft pulley. (21mm or 22mm Bolt, and some 10mm bolts)

Remove the timing covers (10mm bolts)

Place the engine on TDC for cylinder 1. There are timing marks on the crank you can use. (make sure the ones on the camshafts are on the timing marks as well

Remove the timing belt tensioner

Remove the timing belt

Remove the metal blade and crankshaft position sensor from next to the crankshaft (10mm bolts for the sensor, metal blade just slides over the crankshaft) Replace both of them.

Now, make sure you index the crank pulley correctly, make sure you get the cams and the crank on the timing marks before you put the belt back on. Make sure you rotate the engine by hand for 2 turns of the crank shaft and ensure that the crank and the cams are still on the timing marks.

Put it all back together.

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I have this 89 acura legend 2.7l v6 timing belt removed and the water pump removed, the old pump failed which caused the belt to fail, i have new parts and the pump installed only i dont understand to...


Hi, here is what you need to do. Get all of the timing marks lined up as indicated in the picture below. Put the belt on. Without moving the gears off their marks, make the belt tight across the cam gears and then down the right side to the crank gear. All of the slack must be on the left side to be taken up by the tensioner. Release the tensioner to tighten the belt and then verify the marks are still aligned. If the marks are not aligned, loosen the tensioner just enough to turn the gear that needs to be realigned. After tensioning the belt, rotate the crankshaft clockwise 720 degrees and recheck the timing marks. I have pasted the book procedure below. Please let me know if you still have questions. You must get this right.

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  1. If the crankshaft or camshafts have been turned with the timing belt removed, remove the spark plugs and advance the crankshaft about 15 degrees beyond TDC of No. 1 cylinder. Make sure the camshaft sprockets are properly aligned with the marks and return the crankshaft to the TDC mark.
  2. Install the belt in sequence on the crankshaft, the front camshaft, water pump and tensioner pulleys, then the rear camshaft.
  3. To adjust the tension, loosen the tensioner pulley bolt about 1 / 2 turn. The spring will automatically set the proper tension. Torque the bolt to 31 ft. lbs. (43 Nm).
  4. Rotate the crankshaft 6 turns clockwise and check that the timing marks on the crankshaft and camshafts align properly. Adjust the timing belt tension again by rotating the crankshaft to the align the blue mark on the pulley with the pointer. Loosen and retorque the tensioner pulley bolt.
  5. Install the remaining parts in reverse order. Torque the crankshaft pulley bolt to 83 ft. lbs. (115 Nm). When installing the side mount bracket, torque the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (55 Nm).

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I took the timing belt off and didn't mark it i need a diagram on how to set the marking.


Here are some assistance for you I hope. Remove Your Timing Belt
  • 1

    Disengage the negative battery cable in all models.

  • 2

    Detach the passenger inner splash-shield and wheel cover, the accessory drive and timing belts, the tensioner and the crankshaft pulley.

  • 3

    Remove the spark plugs, catalytic converter and idler pulley in 2000 and older Ford Focuses. These models also require the crankshaft be turned to "Top Dead Center" (TOC) and a crankshaft timing peg be inserted. Turn the shaft to the right against the timing peg.

  • 4

    Undo the retaining fasteners and lift the timing belt cover off the engine. Align the crank and camshaft timing marks. Older models call for undoing the water pump pulley and valve cover before locking the camshaft in place.

  • 5

    Release the tensioner's bolt. Turn the arm to the right 14 degrees and place a 1/8 inch drill bit in the opening. This secures the belt tensioner in place.

  • 6

    Take the timing belt off.

Install Your Timing Belt
  • 1

    Replace the timing belt counterclockwise motion beginning at the crankshaft.

  • 2

    Unlock the tensioner. Recheck the timing marks by turning the crankshaft two rotations to the right.

  • 3

    Tauten the tensioner's pulley bolt to 15 to 22 foot pounds (20 to 30 Nm) in 2003 and younger models and to 17 to 20 foot pounds (22 to 28 Nm) in older Focuses. Remove the crankshaft timing peg. Reconnect the crankshaft pulley and secure to 81 to 96 foot pounds (110 to 130 Nm) and 81 to 89 foot pounds (110 to 120 Nm) respectively.

  • 4

    Replace the splash shield, front wheel, timing belt cover, accessory drive belt and tensioner and any other items that were disconnected.

  • 5

    Hook up the negative battery cable. Start the engine and check that the timing belt is functioning properly



Read more: How to Check and Replace a Timing Belt in a Ford Focus ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4590598_check-replace-timing-belt-ford.html#ixzz1LQ2rUZx9

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TIMING BELT
Removal
Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect intake air temperature sensor connector from intake air duct. Disconnect the air intake tube from the throttle body. Disconnect the breather tube from the valve cover. Remove resonator from throttle body. Remove air filter housing.
Raise and support the vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right front splash shield from wheelwell. Remove serpentine accessory drive belt.
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CAUTION: Engine damage could result if camshaft sprockets are not properly aligned with notches on valve cover.
Loosen the automatic tensioner bolt. Use an Allen wrench to rotate tensioner and relieve tension on timing belt. Remove timing belt.
Fig. 4: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark
Courtesy of DAEWOO MOTOR AMERICA, INC.
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Fig. 5: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks
Courtesy of DAEWOO MOTOR AMERICA, INC.
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Using crankshaft center bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) 2 full revolutions. Ensure timing belt tensioner pointer is still aligned with notch.
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Install right front splash shield. Install right front wheel. Install air filter housing and resonator. Connect air intake temperature sensor connector. Connect negative battery cable.
Fig. 7: Identifying Timing Belt Routing
Courtesy of DAEWOO MOTOR AMERICA, INC.
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  1. 1

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  2. 2

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  3. 3

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  4. 4

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  5. 5

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  6. 6

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Removing The Old Timing Belt Remove the negative battery cable in all models.
  • Detach the passenger inner splash-shield and wheel cover, the accessory drive and timing belts, the tensioner and the crankshaft pulley.
  • Remove the spark plugs, catalytic converter and idler pulley in 2000 and older Ford Focuses. These models also require the crankshaft be turned to "Top Dead Center" (TOC) and a crankshaft timing peg be inserted. Turn the shaft to the right against the timing peg.
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  • Release the tensioner's bolt. Turn the arm to the right 14 degrees and place a 1/8 inch drill bit in the opening. This secures the belt tensioner in place.
  • Take the timing belt off.
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  • Replace the timing belt counterclockwise motion beginning at the crankshaft.
  • Unlock the tensioner. Recheck the timing marks by turning the crankshaft two rotations to the right.
  • Tauten the tensioner's pulley bolt to 15 to 22 foot pounds (20 to 30 Nm) in 2003 and younger models and to 17 to 20 foot pounds (22 to 28 Nm) in older Focuses. Remove the crankshaft timing peg. Reconnect the crankshaft pulley and secure to 81 to 96 foot pounds (110 to 130 Nm) and 81 to 89 foot pounds (110 to 120 Nm) respectively.
  • Replace the splash shield, front wheel, timing belt cover, accessory drive belt and tensioner and any other items that were disconnected.
  • Hook up the negative battery cable. Start the engine and check that the timing belt is functioning properly.
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    Remove Your Timing Belt

    1Disengage the negative battery cable in all models.

    2Detach the passenger inner splash-shield and wheel cover, the accessory drive and timing belts, the tensioner and the crankshaft pulley.

    3Remove the spark plugs, catalytic converter and idler pulley in 2000 and older Ford Focuses. These models also require the crankshaft be turned to "Top Dead Center" (TOC) and a crankshaft timing peg be inserted. Turn the shaft to the right against the timing peg.

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    2Unlock the tensioner. Recheck the timing marks by turning the crankshaft two rotations to the right.

    3Tauten the tensioner's pulley bolt to 15 to 22 foot pounds (20 to 30 Nm) in 2003 and younger models and to 17 to 20 foot pounds (22 to 28 Nm) in older Focuses. Remove the crankshaft timing peg. Reconnect the crankshaft pulley and secure to 81 to 96 foot pounds (110 to 130 Nm) and 81 to 89 foot pounds (110 to 120 Nm) respectively.

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    Timing Belt Cover, Belt & Sprockets Removal & Installation 2.5L Engine To Remove:
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    2. Remove the A/C compressor drive belt tensioner. Timing belt & cover DOHC exploded view subaru-03-25-6470.gif

    3. Remove the crankshaft pulley.
    4. Remove the mounting bolts and left timing belt cover.
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    6. Remove the mounting bolts and front timing belt cover.
    7. Vehicles W/ M/T: Remove the timing belt guide.
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    10. Paint alignment marks on the timing belt at the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets timing marks. CAUTION
      Do not turn the camshaft sprockets with the timing belt removed. The valves heads will contact each other causing the valve stems to bend.
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    18. Remove the crankshaft sprocket.
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    2. Hold the sprocket and install the right intake and exhaust camshafts with the mounting bolts. Tighten 58 ft-lb (78 Nm).
    3. Hold the sprocket and install the left intake and exhaust camshafts with the mounting bolts. Tighten 58 ft-lb (78 Nm).
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      • Place the belt tensioner on a press. Press the adjuster rod down gradually (using more than 3 minutes) 66- lb (165 N) or more until the adjuster rod is aligned with the stop pin hole in the cylinder.
      • Insert a 0.08 in (2 mm) diameter pin or hex wrench into the pin hole to lock the adjuster rod.
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    7. Align the timing mark on the crankshaft sprocket with the mark on the oil pump cover. Timing belt alignment marks DOHC subaru-03-25-6472.gif

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      • Do not turn the camshafts in the direction shown in the illustration because the valves will open at the same time and contact each other.
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    12. Align the timing marks on the belt with the marks on the sprockets in the numerical order shown in the illustration.
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    15. Vehicles W/ M/T: Install the timing belt guide and temporarily tighten the mounting bolts.
    16. Vehicles W/ M/T: Measure the clearance between the guide and timing belt. The clearance should measure 0.039 ± 0.020 in (1.0 ± 0.5 mm).
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    20. Install and secure the left timing belt cover with the mounting bolts.
    21. Install the crankshaft pulley.
    22. Install the A/C compressor drive belt tensioner.
    23. Install the drive belts.
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    May 04, 2010 | 2000 Volvo V40

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