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[Engine] NEW CAMBELT PROBLEMS.
#1
Hi Folks,
I've just fitted a new cambelt to my 1.9 diesel DW8 engine,
good news is it runs, but it's rather noisy - knocking noise, I locked the Flywheel, Camshaft & Injector Pump & made sure all slack was taken up, I had the Cam & Injector Pump sprockets rotated clockwise as explained in the Haynes manual, something's not quite right, should I take the belt off & start again, or would moving the Injector Pump through its elongated slots make any difference ?
Mk1, 1.9D, Admiral Blue, 51 Plate.
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#2
I need POLAR to answer this.
Mk1, 1.9D, Admiral Blue, 51 Plate.
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#3
Start again definitely !

Check and double check / read and re read .... don't assume / make assumptions.

Did it knock before ?
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#4
Didn't knock before,
was a very smooth motor, the auxillary belt shredded & worked it's way into cambelt,
hence the replacement.
I will take off & try again tomorrow, probably one tooth out on the timing.

Thanks for your reply.
Mk1, 1.9D, Admiral Blue, 51 Plate.
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#5
Good luck with it hope it comes good.

At least the 1.9 is a straightforward engine to do a belt on and you'll have all the tools to hand.
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#6
Hi sorry im late with my reply badge but been rough as you get the picture.

geoff has already said what i would have said.
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#7
No worries mate,
hope you're feeling better soon.
Mk1, 1.9D, Admiral Blue, 51 Plate.
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#8
When I changed the belt I couldn't find the timing mark on the pump body, so I scribed  a line into the hub & pump body,
now I'm thinking this could be wrong - had the old belt jumped a tooth or more ?
The timing mark/hole for the Camshaft is about a 2 o'clock position, but I'm damned if I can find the one for the injector pump, any help is a lot of help.
Mk1, 1.9D, Admiral Blue, 51 Plate.
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#9
The locking pin for the injection pump looks to be around the 1 o'clock position in the diagrams I've seen.

Some diagrams in post # 2 in the link below...

https://www.berlingoforum.com/thread-3245.html



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My vehicle .... 2006 (m59) Berlingo Multispace Desire - 1.6 HDI 92 
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#10
Hi - double check the tensioner on the cambelt. I had a similar sound experience on an 8 valve Escort after replacing the cambelt - turns out I had failed to correctly tighten the belt tensioner and the tension pulley mechanism was moving about under the cover (how the belt never skipped a couple of teeth I'll never know).
                                                                                                                                                     
Our cars - 2008 1.6 HDi 92 Berlingo (His)
             - 2008 1.6 HDi 110 Mini (Hers)
             - 2008 1.4 HDi 70 Pug 207 (Sprogs)
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