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mrjones

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PostPosted: Thu 30 Dec, 2010 11:07 pm Reply with quote
in need of urgent help please ... i just did a head gasket job on Yreg 206 1.1LX  and made the silly mistake of not locking or marking anything for the cambelt replacment  Embarassed  as i cant see any timing marks or anything anywhere i need to know how to do the job basically, any help or a how to would be greatly appreciated  Rolling Eyes
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Re: 206 1.1 cambelt fitting

newboynumpty

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PostPosted: Fri 31 Dec, 2010 9:19 pm Reply with quote
You certainly have got into  a bit of a fankle! I advise you get hold of a Haynes Manual which describes the belt renewal procedure quite well, with photos, but only with the old belt fitted, so you will have to start from scratch.   Remove No1 spark plug ( the one at the belt end of the engine) and the rocker cover to clearly view the valve opening and closing sequence. There should be a hole in the camshaft pulley wheel where you can insert a 10mm bolt or drill bit into a drilling in the cylinder head casting ( at the 2 o` clock position) to lock the camshaft. Then look at the cylinder block behind the oil filter where there should be another hole where a 6mm bolt can be inserted to lock the flywheel.   Rotate the crankshaft pulley clockwise until No1 piston is approaching  the top of the bore TDC ( top dead centre) and try to fit the locking bolt into the flywheel, if no go, keep rotating the crankshaft until it fits, and make sure No1 piston is at TDC on the firing stroke.    Rotate the camshaft until both valves on No1 cylinder are closed (the tappets should be slack, if gapped correctly and the springs decompressed), then  fit the locking bolt at the 2 o`clock position. Fit the belt and tensioner making sure neither pulley moves.   Before re-assembling everything else, rotate the engine several times by hand to confirm the pistons do not hit the valves.   Always fit a new tensioner with the new belt, the bearing grease dries out with heat and age and can seize up. Remember to remove the locking bolts, good luck and happy new year..............Mike.
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Re: 206 1.1 cambelt fitting

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PostPosted: Mon 03 Jan, 2011 12:44 am Reply with quote
has anyone fitted a new cam belt on 1.4 hdi  206? please?
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