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Timing belt installed correctly? #1105338 11/13/19 10:26 AM
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Gaurav Offline OP
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I sent my 1999 Pajero 3.5 DOHC for a coolant leak. The mechanic advised changing the water pump, thermostat and pulley.

After a week of work, I received the car with tractor grade misfire, which was not there before and cyl 1 showed zero psi compression.

Please check at these timing belt images and advise if this timing belt has been installed properly or not? Thanks in advance.


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Re: Timing belt installed correctly? [Re: Gaurav] #1105339 11/14/19 03:46 AM
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Collapsed or faulty lifter or follower? Burnt valve(s)?

Re: Timing belt installed correctly? [Re: Gaurav] #1105340 11/14/19 03:47 AM
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Re: Timing belt installed correctly? [Re: Gaurav] #1105354 11/19/19 06:26 PM
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hard to tell from the photos, but looks correct. Maybe this is the second time the Mech put on the belt and first time bent up your valves. Covering some tracks.

Last edited by plh; 11/19/19 06:26 PM.

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