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 Post subject: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement - NOW WITH VIDEO!
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2011 3:49 am 
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Rough version is online now:
http://colorado4wheel.com/content/KJ_TB.html

Will be making further edits and changes tomorrow, but I figured I would let this soak overnight with you guys before I continued. If you see any glaring omissions, speeling errors, grammars, or other comments for changes please PM or Email Me.

I wish to keep the semantics type of discussion out of the thread for now. As I update, add photos and information, corrections etc I will update the article on my webpage with comments from you guys.

Thanks for looking! :BANANA:

EDIT #1: Wow man that writeup is a mess. I was up late last night with a pretty bad cold/fever and unable to sleep so I figured I would try to get something accomplished. It was probably a mistake to post that until I got it more polished. Regardless the bulk of the verbage is in place but it needs a lot of spit and polish. More updates this evening, I got a few done so far.

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Got some edits done, added verbage, corrected speeling errors etc. Any new feedback for me?

EDIT #3: There is a video now online! In 5 parts on youtube! It should take you through the process in a fair bit of detail.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2011 1:59 pm 
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Well Sir, from a 1st glance, this is an excellent write-up :google:

I'll refer to it in the future and make sure to provide you with any relevant feedback... Nice work!

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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i like it.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Sir Sam wrote:
If you see any glaring omissions, speeling errors, grammars, or other comments for changes please PM or Email Me.


I thing yu spellt "speeling" wrung. :jester:


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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Sir Sam wrote:
If you see any glaring omissions, speeling errors, grammars, or other comments for changes please PM or Email Me.


I thing yu spellt "speeling" wrung. :jester:

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Sir Sam wrote:
Squeeto wrote:
Sir Sam wrote:
If you see any glaring omissions, speeling errors, grammars, or other comments for changes please PM or Email Me.


I thing yu spellt "speeling" wrung. :jester:

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Wow Sam, that looks exactly like me too!

Nice write up but what is that tuba thing you are playing?
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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Now wait just a minute. Are you ... a fan of reddit?

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Now wait just a minute. Are you ... a fan of reddit?


I am not.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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But, trollface and flying spaghetti monster.... this is too good to be true. As another who has been touched by his noodly appendage, I feel obligated to acknowledge you.

Let me just leave this here:

http://www.reddit.com

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Nice! :SOMBRERO:
Thanks for the great shots and info..
However you do a lot of work on Jeeps.........
Not that this makes it look easy but I wouldn't recommend trying this at home if you don't have a fair amount of mechanical skills.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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Major revisions today. If anyone cares to leave some comments or feedback, or even just proof read what I wrote I would be happy for some feedback!

http://colorado4wheel.com/content/KJ_TB.html

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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I've looked at it and it looks fine! Great job! Maybe add a pic of the correct tensioner alignment, the FSM is bad...

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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It is NOT an injection pump, it is a high pressure pump and requires no timing set. The folks that write the repair manuals and the engineers and those who build it, are all separate entities and they don't compare notes. This has been a problem at Chrysler for a very long time.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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I've looked at it and it looks fine! Great job! Maybe add a pic of the correct tensioner alignment, the FSM is bad...


Ah, that would be good, I'm not sure I have one, but if I can find one I'll add it to the writeup.

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It is NOT an injection pump, it is a high pressure pump and requires no timing set. The folks that write the repair manuals and the engineers and those who build it, are all separate entities and they don't compare notes. This has been a problem at Chrysler for a very long time.


No way, I'm not touching this one. After the thread with pages and pages of talk about timing the pump and making sure to keep the alignment mark lined up on the pump.....no way. I'm going with the logic, keep the pump timed where it was.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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They didn't put a timing mark on there just for laughs&giggles. :?

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Sam, here's a pic from GDE.

http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/view.ph ... 29864&da=y

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tonycrd wrote:
They didn't put a timing mark on there just for laughs&giggles. :?


You mean, like the timing marks on the cam gears? :ROTFL:

Still - for all the debates I was uncertain so I lined mine up during the TB job...

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They didn't put a timing mark on there just for laughs&giggles. :?


You mean, like the timing marks on the cam gears? :ROTFL:

Funny enough, on my '02 there are timing marks on the rear cover and they line up with the cam gears.... :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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tonycrd wrote:
They didn't put a timing mark on there just for laughs&giggles. :?

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Sam, here's a pic from GDE.

http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/view.ph ... 29864&da=y

We just did my T-belt and water pump, there are no real marks there. We did NOT set it and it runs just like a new one. With all three pins in place your engine will be timed perfectly.

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 Post subject: Re: How To: CRD Timing Belt Replacement
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ibHenry wrote:
tonycrd wrote:
They didn't put a timing mark on there just for laughs&giggles. :?

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Sam, here's a pic from GDE.

http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/view.ph ... 29864&da=y

We just did my T-belt and water pump, there are no real marks there. We did NOT set it and it runs just like a new one. With all three pins in place your engine will be timed perfectly.


There are marks there they are just hard to see.

The engine will run fine, but why not just leave the pump timed where it was?

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