The crank pulley had a small piece broken off the pulley that keeps the belt on, it's a pulley set up for 2 belts with a sprocket against the block.
I read to set it close top dead center and remove the bling hole bolt for the crank and put a pin bolt in, and slowly turn the motor over until pin goes in and you can tighten the pin bolt where it bottoms out, and that the single only hole I have on the pulley will line up with the hole from motor and that will be top dead center. But mine is not, so instead of the pulley being perfectly at 6 o'clock I'm around 5:45.I don't want to loosen the bolt and replace the pulley until I know what's right or tolerance. I also got a small piece of steel with ridges cut out that I don't understand where it's supposed to go unless I remove my timing covers etc.
I appreciate your time for reading this and thank you.
have the same problem?
Monday, May 25th, 2020 AT 12:38 PM