1999 Plymouth Breeze Expresso 2.4L Automatic
My friend was helping me out by changing out my water pump and got in a little over his head. Here is where I am at. The water pump is installed but we are stuck at the timing of the camshaft sprockets. I have the service repair manual, and according to the pictures the two cam sprockets are off by about one tooth. So I need to take the timing belt off again and re-align the crankshaft and then reposition the cams. Seems straight forward but the manual mentions something about not moving the cams while the belt is off or damage may accure to the valves. If this is so, then how do I reposition the cam sprockets? Also, if you have any helpful tips, I would greatly appreciate it.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 AT 12:50 AM