Did you turn the VVTi cam gear all the way to the right? That needs to be done before you put the belt on. You dont have to do this.
Need help with my VVTI (Cam Timing). (2JZ-GE).pdf The manual. I turned the pulley fully to the right and set TDC with the timing marks and fited the belt. Can anyone help me with the timing belt installation on a VVTi 2JZGTE. The 2JZ-GE (Non-turbo) is an. 2JZGTE VVTi Timing Belt Installation, Help needed! Need help with my VVTI (Cam Timing). (2JZ-GE).pdf The manual. I turned the pulley fully to the right and set TDC with the timing marks and fited the belt. Need help with my VVTI (Cam Timing) - posted in A80 / MKIV Discussion: Hi Guys, Im Jody from the UK. Ive been reading with some interest some of the threads re converting SZ ^speeds to VVTI. Now i have just rebuilt my VVTI Motor It now had Wisco Piston, Arp Head bolts, Arp Mains and Rod Bolts. I have fitted it to the car and once i had oil pressure it started.
All that maters is that the 2 lines on top of each cam gear are ate the top when you install the belt it doesnt matter where the gear is within the 30% of rotation because soon as you turn teh crank so that the cam gears go 360 deg. It will start to turn the gear befor the cam if its 30% to the left.
So what im trying to say is all that maters is you have the gears in the correct spot and the vvti cam will be fine it doenst have to be all the way to the right. Just make sure after the 360 rotation both are lined up again at the top. I need some help. Im timimg my 2jz but i cant figur out what you guys ar talking about. With the crank a TDC so the line on the crank gear is lined up on oilpump/block were sould the cam gears be?
Based On A True Story Trick Daddy Zip. On the dots or on the lines. The crank has 2 lines, a yellow and white and the cam gears ahve 2 marks a dot and dash. Depending on what line you use, you need to align it with different parts of the cam gear. Crank pulley - YELLOW mark at 0 degrees The DOT on both the intake and exhaust cam gear should line up under the timing cover marks. Crank pulley - WHITE mark at 0 degrees The DASH on both the intake and exhaust cam gear should line up under the timing cover marks. Once you align them, turn the crank 2 times clockwise and make sure the pistons and valves don't hit and both the crank and cam line up correctly once more.
I am reading you post and if you said you set your crank to 60* before TDC and your cams to zero, You BENT YOUR VALVES. You MUST set the crank mark to second notch/mark on the pulley, to TDC and you MUST also set your cams to Zero.
Emco Msi Package Builder Professional Keygen Generator. (if you choose that method) Sorry man. Setting the timing is tricky if your a rookie at the VVTI. Also rotate the VVTi cam gear all the way clockwise before setting timing belt. Even if you mark timing belt. After one full revolution of the engine, the timing belt moves 1 tooth over on the gears by design to allow it to naturally float on the gears for even wear. IF you need more help just PM me. We have spare heads for sale as well.
Cliff notes version of instructions: -install timing belt on crank pulley and tensioner. -install dampner and rotate so the 60* BTDC mark lines up with the '0' mark on the timing belt cover -make sure line on timing belt is parallel to the top of the lower timing belt cover -line up cam pulleys so that marks on the pulleys line up with the marks on the timing belt cover behind the cam pulleys -install belt -pull pin out of tensioner. So as for the delicacy of the VVTi cam gear.I'm not seeing anything special that needed to be done. Unless we actually had to do all that crap for the VVTi oil system even though we never took the cam gear off??? These aren't good instructions. If your timing belt is off, you shouldn't be turning the crank around much. You'll hit valves.