[Vwdiesel] More Quantum questions, progress
mark at shepher.fsnet.co.uk
Wed Jan 28 04:59:40 PST 2009
Using a file is fine, but be careful that the blade is not tapered slightly
in it's thickness. I use a steel 1ft ruler, and pack it out with the edge of
a set of feeler gauges. This get's it set more accurately than the 'proper'
locking bar even, when used on it's own.
Who suggested 45 deg twisting? Not I, and not Loren. Read back to the
18/19th of this month.
I have never used a locking bolt for the pump. That groove in the sprocket
is a good point for starters.
I always find TDC on fly wheel, then put car in gear.Loosen cam sprocket
[Put belt on and hand tension tensioner and tighten provisionally when
starting from head replacement]. . Loosen pump, use dial indicator. Move
engine to before tdc to zero dial gauge, then return engine to TDC. [out of
gear to do this, or in gear and hand brake off and moving car] Then read
dial if not 39/40 thou [1mm]then twist pump. When happy turn over engine
with wratchet say twice. Recheck pump timing at TDC if fine then tension
belt and tighten tensioner fully using previously mentioned techniques.
Remove locking bars tighten cam bolt tap with hammer lightly and retighten
to spec. [make sure cam taper is clean, dry and free of grease etc before
putting sprocket on. ] Rotate engine again to check all measurements are
still correct at TDC including cam slot!...
----- Original Message -----
From: "William J Toensing" <toensing at wildblue.net>
To: <vwdiesel at vwfans.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:12 AM
Subject: [Vwdiesel] More Quantum questions, progress
> I have a dial gage for injection pump, camshaft locking tool, & injection
> pump locking pin, but can't find it so found a file that seemed to have
> the proper width to lock the cam & a socket with the proper diameter to
> lock the injection pump. I noted there were to positions I could lock the
> injection pump but one position had a little cut in the rear of one of the
> teeth of the IP sprocket which lined up with a mark on top of the IP &
> mounting bracket. I presume this is the proper setting for the IP. I have
> the timing belt installed with the proper tension set, I think, by
> twisting the timing belt 45 degrees, as per suggestion of a prior poster.
> Correct me if wrong per above.
> Next: Got a sale flyer from "The Parts Place" in Mich. of a sale with up
> to 23% off. Decided I could use the proper injection pump locking pin, cam
> locking plate, & indicator tool for the IP timing. However, I then went
> to eBay & found "buy it now" prices from Zdmark tools for about half the
> price of the equilivant Parts Place items. Can't be much difference with
> the tools except possibly the indicator tool for timing the IP. Appears
> the Zdmark tools are made in China (what isn't these days?) but wonder
> about "The Parts Place" tools. Or, is there a better place than either
> Zdmark or The Parts Place that I should shop. I don't want to be penny
> wise & pound foolish but don't want to overpay either
> Bill Toensing, Nevada City, CA
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