HOW DO I SET THE TIMING BACK AFTER IT HAS JUMPED TIME.
2001 Volvo S40 • 209,000 miles
It went dead and when I got it to crank back up it was white smoking. Then it died again. Now it will not crank. I was told it was the timing and I removed the belt. My cams turned and now I don't know how to get it back in time.
White smoke is an indication of coolant burning in the combustion chamber-If you haven't done a valve timing best have someone that knows to help.
I have done one before. I just don't know where the timing marks need to be. And I was told that it was a coolant problem.
Could be a blown headgasket
You are like the fourth person to tell me that. But I have to put the timing belt back on. And I need to know where to line the timing marks up. So that it is back in time. Do I put all of them straight up like on most cars or what?
I understand that. You are like the fourth person to tell me that. But I need to know where to line the timing marks up. Do they all go straight up or what?
Give me the engine liter?
It's a 1.9 liter turbo
It's a 1.9 liter turbo.
Put the engine no.1 piston on its compression stroke/TDC and align cam and crank pullies as indicated below
Thank you for the help. I greatly appreciate it. I would recommend you to anyone. Again thanks.
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