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Old 14-06-2019, 06:35 AM
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Are about too remove the head of my zd30. And have come to that bit that I'm removing the time chain. Got all the marks too aligned up. But removed the camshaft sprocket and noticed that the marks on the camshaft gears and the idler gear does not align up. Is this normal? Have turned the engine so many times just too get the marks in front too aligned. Can I just proceed and get them aligned up when I'm reassemble it so long the other marks on the injector pump and so is correct.


And the number 1 injector is been a pain in the ass, it won't come loose, so ****ing sick of the car now I'm not sure what too do. Any suggestions how too get it out? The others came out quite easy.
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You might need to turn it a couple more times to align. There is a spot where they all align.
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You might need to turn it a couple more times to align. There is a spot where they all align.
Thought it was strange that those marks didn't aligned, just have too put the stuff back again and tune som more. belive i have turned the engine over 60++ times already.
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Im not Abel to aligne these marks. Turner the engine so many times I have lost count. Should it be that hard to set the timing marks correct? Have read the manual but IT doesent make IT any easier. Just now I hate this zd30, it`s just a pain in the a..
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No need to worry about the cam marks. Same goes for locking the idler gear.
As long as the engine is at tdc with c & cc lined up you are good to go.
With the injector. Try leveraging it up with a large screwdriver whilst gently rotating it at the same time.

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