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Valve timing 4 cylinder F24L1011

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Take out the plugs and rotate. It is possible you had a water leak into the cylinder. If water has leaked, it could be cracked block or bad head gasket. Water is incompressible so it will stop the rotation dead if a cylinder has water in it. Same with an oil leak...

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Hey there I need the exhaust and Intake(valve) clearance for a komatsu 300-6 please


note Perform the valve clearance check and adjustment at the engine cold state. 1.Remove all of the ignition coils. 2.Remove the cylinder head cover.
caution Turn the crankshaft always clockwise. 3.Turn the crankshaft clockwise, and align the timing mark on the exhaust camshaft sprocket against the upper face of the cylinder head as shown in Figure. Therefore, No.1 cylinder goes to the compression top dead center. 4.Using a thickness gauge, measure the valve clearance with the arrow shown in Figure. If deviated from the standard value, make note for the valve clearance.
Standard value:

    Intake valve 0.20 ± 0.03 mm (0.008 ± 0.0012 inch)
    Exhaust valve 0.30 ± 0.03 mm (0.012 ± 0.0012 inch)
5.Turn the crankshaft clockwise 360 degrees, and put the timing mark on the exhaust camshaft sprocket in position shown in Figure. Therefore, No. 4 cylinder goes to the compression top dead center. 6.Check the valve clearance with the arrow shown in Figure. In the same procedure as 4.
7.If the valve clearance is deviated from the standard value, remove the camshaft and the valve tappet. For the camshaft removal, refer to Camshaft Removal and Installation . 8.Using a micrometer, measure the thickness of the removed valve tappet. 9.Calculate the thickness of the newly installed valve tappet through the following equation.
A: thickness of newly installed valve tappet
B: thickness of removed valve tappet
C: measured valve clearance
Equation

    Intake valve: A = B + [C - 0.20 mm (0.008 inch)]
    Exhaust valve: A = B + [C - 0.30 mm (0.012 inch)] note The valve tappet ranges 3,000 - 3,690 mm (0.1181 - 0.1453 inch) and has 47 types per 0.015 mm (0.0006 inch). The thickness below a decimal point is stamped on the reverse side of the valve tappet. 10.Install the valve tappet selected through the procedure 9, and put the camshaft in position. For the camshaft installation, refer to Camshaft Removal and Installation .
    11.After installing the timing chain, measure the valve clearance using the procedure 3 to 6. Confirm the clearance is within the standard value.
    caution Completely remove all the old FIPG, which might be remaining among the components. 12.After completely removing the liquid gasket adhering on the timing chain case, cylinder block and cylinder head, degrease them with white gasoline.
    caution The cylinder head cover should be installed within 3 minutes of applying liquid gasket.
13.Apply a 4 mm bead of liquid gasket as illustrated.
Specified sealant:
    THREE BOND 1217G or equivalent
14. Install the cylinder head cover and tighten the tightening bolts using the following procedures.
(1) Temporarily tighten to the following torque in order shown in the illustration.
Tightening torque: 3.0 ± 1.0 N·m (27 ± 8 in-lb)(2) Tighten to the specified torque in order shown in the illustration.
Specified torque: 5.5 ± 0.5 N·m (49 ± 4 in-lb)15.Install the ignition coils.

Jan 23, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I adjust valve clearance on 912/3 deutz engine


firing order is 1-2-3
so when no 2 cylinder valves are in the rock position ( exhaust closing at the same time as inlet is opening) that will be no 1 piston tdc compression stroke adjust the both valves to the specification
.006" both valves
when no3 piston has valve rock adjust no 2 cylinder valves
when no 1 has valve rock adjust no 3 cylinder valves
go google and type in valve clearance of deutz 3 cylinder engine
there is another method explained where inlet of one cylinder and exhaust
this is done with one full revolution of the crank
www.deutzamericas.com page 42 of the manual

Oct 16, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Cam timing without special tools


Turn motor till mark on crankshaft pulley or fly wheel mark lines up with TDC mark on housing. with a 4 cylinder motor turn cam shaft till valves on number 4 cylinder are rocking, there should be a mark on the cam gear to line up with a mark on the housing, that it, the same for a 6 cylinder motor , number 6 cylinder valves rocking.

Jul 09, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Find number 1


Number 1 cylinder is usually, but not always, the timing cylinder.

Repair or technical data manuals will usually contain a sketch of which is the number 1 cylinder of your particular engine.

There are some variations depending on the engine but generally number 1 is at the front or water pump end though some French 4 cylinder engines time on the rear cylinder.
Turn the engine in the direction of normal rotation and align the timing marks. If the valves of the front cylinder are in the overlap position turn the crankshaft a full turn and the valves should then be both closed and the distributor rotor if it has one should be pointing at that cylinder.

If the valve operation doesn't coincide with the timing marks then it could be a different cylinder the engine is timed on, it could be the valve timing needs resetting or it could be a wild formula 1 engine and it wouldn't be wise to proceed without specific model information.

Feb 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Changed can shaft in 88 Chevy now its not firing


Is it not firing as in no spark on the plugs, or is it not firing as in engine turning over and not starting?
An engine wont start for one of three reasons - one, no compression, two, no gas, three, no spark.
Start with no. three because it's the easiest to check. take off a plug wire, put something metal in there - phillips screwdriver, long nail, or if you're brave, you finger. Be careful, there should be anywhere from 20 000 to 30 000 volts in there, it won't kill you but it will make you say "darn" in a most unusual way. If there is no spark, there is your problem.
Secondly, check for fuel The easiest way is to spray a little Quick Start (ether) down the carb tube. If it fires now, that's your problem - no fuel.
Now for the worst part. Do you have compression? You worked on the cam shaft, so there is a likelihood you've got the timing wrong.
If you are unsure of the timing marks, you can check your valve timing (cam timing) on the valves.
Now this depends on what engine you have in the vehicle. Chevy made a bunch of models with a wide variety of engines.
You need to determine the opposing cylinders. On a six cylinder motor, that's easy. The firing order is 1-5-3-6-2-4, always (sorry, unless it is a V-6) On the straight six, the opposing cylinders are 1 and 6, 5 and 2, 3 and 4. What this means is that when cylinder no. 1 is up and has done its exhaust stroke, ready to go down for its intake stroke, its opposing cylinder (6) is at the top of its compression stroke, ready to fire for power.
What does all of this mean? If you look at the no 1 cylinder - always closest to the radiator, you need to turn the engine by hand until you see the valves "rocking", that is, the exhaust valve will move up at almost the same time as the intake valve is moving down. The opposing cylinder's valves will now both be closed.
Now, turn the engine until no. 6 is rocking, look at the front engine pulley and check that the timing mark is aligned with the mark on the block. If not, the valve timing is out and must be reset.
On a 4 cylinder, the timing could be either 1-3-2-4 or 1-3-4-2 or 1-4-2-3 Only VW and Porche boxer engines fire 1-4-3-2
Find out your fining order, the third cylinder will be the opposing cylinder to no. 1 and take it from there. V8's are a curse, but again, find out the firing order and the fifth cylinder will be the opposing one to no. 1. Good luck.

Oct 06, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Cam shaft


put the notch on crank pulley align with tdc (top dead center mark) on timing cover

Remove valve cover, firing order for a 4 cylinder engine 1342, piston 1 and 4 are up in same time,rocker arm on cylinder 1 intake and exhaust must have play, while on cylinder 4 must be in overlap both valves starting to open (partly depress),if no timing mark inser a screwdriver throught sparkplug opening turn gently to get the piston at tdc if so valve timing is ok without checking any mark,if you remove the cover you will see the mark at the right place

1 and 4, 3 and 2 are companion piston, you could do the same with 6 or 8 cylinders, you must know firing order

Aug 14, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Valve settings


- Pull the hand brake and put transmission in neutral.
- Remove spark plug cords.
- Remove the spark plugs.
- Remove the Tappet cover
- Lift up the left front wheel.
Cylinder number 1 is toward the pulleys and belts side.
- Rotate the crankshaft anticlockwise with socket and extension rod and bring the valve tappets (intake and exhaust) No. 4 cylinder on dancing position.
NOTE: THERE ARE OTHER WAYS ALSO TO ADJUST THE FOUR VALVES AT A TIME. BUT AS DIY FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING METHOD TO AVOID ANY CONFUSION.
- Adjust the valve clearance of number 1 cylinder.
Valve clearance:
Intake 0.18 - 0.22 (cold) Exhaust 0.25 - 0.28 (cold)
- Rotate the crankshaft anticlockwise to bring the valves of cylinder 2 on dancing position and adjust the valves of No. 3 cylinder.
- Similarly rotate the crankshaft to bring the valves of No. 1 cylinder on dancing position and adjust the valves of No. 4.
- Rotate the crankshaft anticlockwise to bring the valves of cylinder No. 3 on dancing position and adjust the valve clearance of No. 2 cylinder.

May 04, 2013 | 1999 Honda Civic

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Deutz 2011f hesitates and no power


I'd almost definitely say you're a tooth out on the injector pump by the sound of it, but the manual isn't showing how it's driven.
Have you seen this? http://www.hawkinsequipment.com/gehl-parts-manuals/Engines/Skid-Loader/SL4640-SL4840-SL5640-SL6640-Skid-Loader-Deutz-Engine-Parts-Manual-917108C.pdf

Apr 16, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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