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Old 06-12-2017, 01:41 PM   #11
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Land Rover Toolbox Videos on YouTube just released the entire set of videos dealing with the timing on the 300Tdi. Previously, you had to buy the DVD to see all the videos.
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Old 06-17-2017, 01:31 AM   #12
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It can't really be this easy: pulled AC bracket to see IP pump, turned the fan with a wrench and got the engine to TDC- pin in timing kit engaged to check TDC. Put the timing pin from kit in IP, it looks like the pin goes halfway into the IP in the LR toolbox video. I did slacken the 3 bolts and turned the IP clockwise a bit and it made it easier to slide the timing pin in.

If all that is correct, how much should I be able to turn the larger IP bolt with the three bolts slacked and still get the timing pin in?

Also, how tight should the three bolts in the IP be tightened to and how tight should the AC pulley bolts be?

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Old 06-17-2017, 09:06 AM   #13
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You should have to just tweak the IP bolt one way or the other. Don't forget if you are using a 2 foot long wrench a tweak may be an inch or two when measured at the end of the wrench.
With a torque wrench the three pulley bolts should be tightened to 25nm/19 foot pounds.
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What is the kit I need for the pin and such to do this job?
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