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    Water Pump Timing Belt

    Some how I have my timing marks off. What do I do to get them lined back up? Justb keep turning the engine over, and how do you get the bolt out.
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    Take a look here. Pics are gone but some good info.

    3.5 Timing belt replacement w PICS < LONG >

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    I was looking at that how to along with a video. But it doesn't state how to realign the timing marks after you f them up. We should start a After you f up how to fix forum.

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    How far are your marks off?

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    At tdc the drivers 1.5 notches to the right and the other is 1 notch off to the left.

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    Pull the belt, reload the pin on the tensioner and try to move driver side to line up and pass side 1 tooth to left of mark. Then install belt and release tensioner again.

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    That's what I am working on now. Thanks for all your help. Greatly appreciated. After further review both cam marks are a notch to the left.

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    So I can move the cams a notch with the tensioner off.

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    I have everything line back up. How do I keep the cams from moving when putting the tensioner in.

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    I digging around for pictures I took when I did this a couple of years ago... On the inside of the right side sprocket at the 10-11 o'clock position there is a bolt or a threaded hole that you can hold the sprocket in place if you run a bolt through a 1/2in-5/8in(??) deep socket .

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    found it... I guess it's actually closer to 9:00
    Last edited by beirutbob; 10-09-2017 at 10:21 AM.

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    Thanks everyone, got it taken care of. I was being to cautious about the movement of the cams. You can move them just always toward the right. And use an impact with a uneversial socket to take the bolt off.Then you can put the balancer back on. Called up an old buddy name Dan who was very helpful. he use to do these for me, then he upped and move away on me.
    Last edited by RMF419; 10-09-2017 at 02:58 PM.



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