98 V70 TIMING BELT MARKS

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  1. SETH

    SETH Guest

    I'M LOOKING FOR A VIEW OR DIRECTIONS ON LINING UP THE THE TIMING MARKS ON A 98 V70 WITH A 20 VALVE 5 CYLINDER TURBO WITH A MECHANICLE TENSIONER I BELIEVE THE CAM MARKS WERE ON PART OF THE PLASTIC COVER THAT GOT CUT OFF WHEN THE BELT STARTED TO RUB AGAINST IT. IS THERE ANY WAY TO LIGHN IE UP WITHOUT THIS

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    > I'M LOOKING FOR A VIEW OR DIRECTIONS ON LINING UP THE THE TIMING MARKS ON

    A 98 V70 WITH A 20 VALVE 5 CYLINDER TURBO WITH A MECHANICLE TENSIONER I
    BELIEVE THE CAM MARKS WERE ON PART OF THE PLASTIC COVER THAT GOT CUT OFF
    WHEN THE BELT STARTED TO RUB AGAINST IT. IS THERE ANY WAY TO LIGHN IE UP
    WITHOUT THIS?
    >


    lol. nope!

    If you have removed the belt before lining up the crank marks, and then
    making your own cam sprocket marks, then your knackered.

    Tim..
     
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  3. SETH

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    > I'M LOOKING FOR A VIEW OR DIRECTIONS ON LINING UP THE THE TIMING MARKS ON A 98 V70 WITH A 20 VALVE 5 CYLINDER TURBO WITH A MECHANICLE TENSIONER I BELIEVE THE CAM MARKS WERE ON PART OF THE PLASTIC COVER THAT GOT CUT OFF WHEN THE BELT STARTED TO RUB AGAINST IT. IS THERE ANY WAY TO LIGHN IE UP WITHOUT THIS?
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    The electric pencil mark on the exhaust cam should be at 1:00 o'clock,
    the intake cam should be at 11:00 o'clock, the mini notch in the valley
    of the crank pulley should align with the casting mark on the block.
    This is the assembly position only and NOT TDC. This is allow for some
    cam movement for alignment purposes without worrying too much about
    valve to piston contact.

    http://www.volvospeed.com/Repair/timingbelt2.php

    If you were to rotate the motor from this point until the intake cam
    mark aligned with the notch marked 0 on the plastic cover you would be
    at TDC, if you need an igniton timing reference.

    Bob


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