[Vwdiesel] IP timing

gary gbangs at cfl.rr.com
Sun May 8 10:16:27 EDT 2005

Nothing really wrong...

Just rotate the IP sprocket 'forward' by one tooth.

Just be careful not to disturb the cam timing.


On Sat, 2005-05-07 at 23:00 -0400, mikitka wrote:
> Well I got my head all back on along with the turbo and everything is hooked
> up except the injector lines. I left them off to do the IP timing, makes it
> easier without them being in the way.  One problem. My timing is .93mm and
> that is all the farther I can move the pump toward the engine. It will not
> move any farther to get the timing to advance up to 1mm.  I checked and
> double checked.  Any idea’s as to what might be wrong?  The only thing that
> is different than the last time I did this is the timing mark on the
> flywheel.  When I line up the IP gear with the lock tool the timing mark is
> about a ¾ of an inch to the left of the  pointer, when I line up the timing
> mark and the pointer then I can’t get the IP lock pin in the slot behind the
> gear.  I’m going to go back and redo the entire timing belt. Is this why I
> can’t get the pump to time correctly?  My biggest fear was that I would be
> fighting the exhaust C clamps, well that 2 inch exhaust clamp works awesome.
> Where I did have a good fight was putting in the IP bolt that is right below
> the injector lines. Since I have cruise that bracket mounts to the bottom of
> the IP and makes for a very tight fit to try and get you hand in there to
> put the washers and nut on that bolt. I must have spent an hour trying to
> get that all hooked up.  Not to mention my hands are all marked up.
> Nick
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