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[Engine] Cambelt help URGENT PLEASE!!
#1
I have a 1.9D lingo and am changing the cambelt, i have a couple of probs
1, the crank sprocket has a shitload of play on the keyway, like a tooths worth! is this normal?? 

2, yeah i know i should have pinned the damn thing up, but i tippexed, and forgot to tippex the injector pump, is this just a pump and dont matter, or have i buggered up in huge fashion?

3, IF the cambelt was a tooth out, what would happen?

i changed water pump, i took the glow plugs out to make it easier to turn engine over with a socket, also fixing an oil leak on cam cover.

i need help by morning please if possible.

thanks in advance.....
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#2
If its a 1.9 you need to lock everything up - the pump will move if not locked up when you untension the belt. The 2.0hdis have an elongated keyway in the bottom pulley but not the 1.9 so i cant understand that one?

I would start by locking the engine correctly or you may cause yourself some damage!
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(14-10-2016, 08:04 PM)polar Wrote:  If its a 1.9 you need to lock everything up - the pump will move if not locked up when you untension the belt.  The 2.0hdis have an elongated keyway in the bottom pulley but not the 1.9 so i cant understand that one?

I would start by locking the engine correctly or you may cause yourself some damage!

i have turned the engine over by hand 20 or thirty times, nothing hits..the main question was, really i suppose, does the pump have to be timed up, as if it does i know ive lost the marks for it.....i had no guide or way of knowing what to pin or where, so im kinda working blind..
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#4
This will help you.

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-3245.html
My vehicle .... 2006 Berlingo Multispace Desire 1.6 HDI 92.
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#5
(14-10-2016, 08:26 PM)jj9 Wrote:  This will help you.

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-3245.html

Thanks, but doesnt answer the pump question.....
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#6
I though it did....

Yes the pump needs to be timed up, the diagram in the link shows where the pump is pinned.


I can't answer why the crankshaft pulley has movement on the keyway.
My vehicle .... 2006 Berlingo Multispace Desire 1.6 HDI 92.
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#7
oh right......thank you.... gotit now.......

looks like im taking the t**t apart again toimorrow.....lol
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#8
This may help you with the pulley question although its for a 2.0 ltr.

Berlingo HDI wont start after replacing pulley

[/url][url=http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-14315.html]http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-14315.html
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(14-10-2016, 09:29 PM)Sootyfoot Wrote:  oh right......thank you.... gotit now.......

looks like im taking the t**t apart again toimorrow.....lol


Unfortunately yes, you'll have to time the engine up with the pins to get the pump in the correct place.
My vehicle .... 2006 Berlingo Multispace Desire 1.6 HDI 92.
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#10
hope i can figure out something to use as pins.....i could scream im so annoyed at myself
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