1990 volvo wagon 4 cylinder, single overhead cam non turbo. Replaced head and need to set timing belt properly as this is an interference engine. Have #1 and #4 cylinder at TDC with valves both closed. OHC timing mark lines up with mark on timing belt cover. Belt goes over the cam gear, belt tensioner and another gear on the lower part of the engine. My question concerns the lower gear. Are there timing marks on this gear that need to be adjusted with the belt before I fire this engine up? I have turned the engine twice by hand and have no interference that I can determine. Don't want to ruin this engine by cranking it over without first asking. Is there a diagram I can see that shows where all the timing marks are for this engine?
have the same problem?
Thursday, February 24th, 2011 AT 5:20 PM