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Old 19 Sep 2011, 07:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help!!

Hello there

Please could some one help me?
I have just put a new clutch fly wheel and bearing in, but on start up sounds really bad!! like metal on metal? from the fly wheel end but not 100%? when tighten up the fly wheel i did put a socket and bar on one off the cams? but donít thing it jumped the belt on the inlet cam? The clutch works well up and down, have not drive it yet also the engine run and starts first time every time and revs good? but is load and hard to hear? Any help please?
Is there a way i can turn her over with out firing her up?
Thanks darren
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Old 19 Sep 2011, 08:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Help!!

did you use the bar on the central pully on the engine??

if you want to turn the engine but not fire,just pull the leads off the plugs....only way to see if you've jumped a few teeth is to whip the cam cover off and see it the markings line up at TDC...
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Old 19 Sep 2011, 08:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Help!!

Thanks for the reply i put it in the out let cam on the passager side? It a V1 STI Import competely standerd, its a jap import with a close ratio gearbox, if that's helps?
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outlet cam


should be the crank pully you put it on!!!!!

get the cam covers off and check for markings...
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