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Re: g188 diesel smoking

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12-23-2012 12:18:42

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There is usually a decal on the rocker cover above where the timing hole is stating the timing and valve lash,if the engine does not have a turbo it is 8 before TDC,if it has a turbo it is set at 0, it seems to very late now if its 4 after that makes it 12 late in all,loosen the pump mounting bolts and pull the top away from the engine and set it to the 8 mark,there maybe enough room in the slots,it was either put together wrong or there is something worn in the timing train.

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12-23-2012 14:00:58

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 Re: g188 diesel smoking in reply to AJ., 12-23-2012 12:18:42  
set timing to 8 btc, seems to run good, very little smoke, i am quessing someone misstimed it, seemed to be plenty of room in adjustment slots, started easyer than it ever has, thanks for all the input from all, if nothing changes is good to go to work and break in the new overhaul, didnt want to work it the way it was , afraid of washing new cylinder linners, thanks again,

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steve n carol

12-23-2012 14:38:18

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 Re: g188 diesel smoking in reply to DALE MUELLER, 12-23-2012 14:00:58  
good job! work it hard!

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