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Checking valve timing
Checking valve timing
Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
t  Camshaft clamp -T10123-
  W00-1235
t  Locking pins -T10121-
Test procedure
–  Remove air filter → Chapter.
  W00-1233
–  Remove cover in camshaft housing -arrows-.
  N15-0608
–  Remove engine speed sender -G28--arrow-.
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–  Use securing bolt on pulley to turn crankshaft in direction of engine rotation until grooves are positioned horizontally in both camshafts.
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–  Camshaft clamps -T10123- must be easily insertable into camshafts.
–  Attach both clamps hand-tight using -M6- hex bolts.
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–  Lock crankshaft by pressing locking pin -T10121- into flywheel hole.
  Note
If locking pin -T10121- cannot be inserted, remove camshaft clamps -T10123- from camshafts. Turn crankshaft in direction of engine rotation (360°) and repeat process.
If both locating tools cannot be inserted:
–  Adjust valve timing → Chapter.
If both locating tools can be inserted:
–  Remove locating tools from holes and install senders and covers again.
Further assembly is basically the reverse of the dismantling sequence.
  N15-0598

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