Having problems with your Toyota 4Runner ?

1995 Toyota fourrunner v6 two over head cams thanks ahead of time I just replaced the heads with new ones properly but have a question before I put the heads on I put the motor on top dead center as I am changing the timing belt as well. When I installed the cams after head assembly, I just put them in where they were not pressing down on any valve so I could properly torque them down with the cam bushing caps. if I now attempt to move the cams to match the crankshaft before installing the tim

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-02-2018

Answers :

If your valve timming is correct the valve should not contact the piston, and upon fitting the camshaft some valves are bound to get openned. That should not worry you, before you crank start it or after installing the T-Belt and adjusting it, rotate the engine manually 360 degrees to make sure tht it does turn all the way and you can also check if the timming is right by following the valves openning and shutting at different stroke on the cylinders..the firing order should 1-3-4-2.
\015\012Hope this helps!
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