I wd like to adjust the valves I looked in IT service manual..there are instructions to adjust valves and refers to place the engine on TDC timing mark. I looked for an hole in the casting that permits to see the timing mark on the flywheel did not find one. Does somebody knows where to look ?
Is it possible to remove the starter without remove the injection pump...seems very little clearance in between.
Re: Timing mark Ford 3 cyl diesel in reply to Minifarmer, 03-21-2014 16:19:04
The starter comes off without removing anything else.
The difficult part is getting the rear bolt out and back in. Try a 9/16" socket (3/8" drive), a 6" wobble extension, a 2-1/2" wobble extension, and a 3/8" ratchet. The wobble extensions give you flexibility to work with some misalignment.
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