Join Date: Apr 2017
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easy one to do that, but the way to rule it out is this, the crankshaft if in wrong place will still rotate the other direction, when its in correct hole in flywheel it will not rotate either way, you need to put two rods in plug holes and set the pin ie when rods in number 1 and number 2 and have level you will find the whole easy,, you need to gently turn the crankshaft to find the locking pin hole first ie all pistons will be at same height in bores ie in the middle, then after that you can safely turn camshafts to their locking positions,,
HEADS UP ITS IMPORTANT WHEN SETTING BACK UP TO CJ=HECK AND DOUBLE CHECK THE TIMING BEFORE DOING THE STRETCH PARTS OF THE BOLTS,, lock 20nm turn engine 4 times relock crankshaft first then the cam locks should if correct drop in to place,, then after this install the chain spring tensioner and repeat the checking it times up after turning by hand 1 time, if does relock it use preload tool again on tension and do the bolts up,, ie camshafts 20nm plus 90 plus 90 degrees, cranks shaft 40nm plus 100 degrees or as tight as you can get it. good luck,
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