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you haven't mentioned if it is a 4 cyl or not. However bring no 1 cylinder up to tdc and watch the tappets of the next cylinder to fire. when that cylinders rockers are in valve overlap situation ( exhaust starting to close and inlet starting to open) then that will be maximum clearance on no 1 cylinder and is when you set the tappets turning the engine until the next cylinder is at TDC watch for the next cylinder again to be in valve overlap and repeat as for no 1 cylinder
Hi, there is a little cable that in on the starter motor, probably you have just disconnect it, it happens to my pajero lot of times. look around the starter motor for a cable that is not going somewhere and then locate the little connector on the top and rear part of the starting motor. if this is not the case then try another battery, pretty sure one of the two is the problem.
yor turbo is sucking it through intercooler check to see if intercooler is oily when you take off hose if it is, then disconect tappet pan hose from torbo intake driveand see make sure to put intercooler hose on back . if oil is still going you have back presure or turbo needs repair