here are the pictures from underneath looking into the underside of the engine with the oil pan off. i also took a few looking down into the clutch but its hard to tell anything from them. Any more ideas would be great still havent figured out whats going on. And when i get a chance ill take a few of the bracket holding the power steering pump on and get you some measurements if that would help any
Re: 44 partial lock up with head pulled off in reply to rduttonks, 02-18-2013 18:49:09
Is the camshaft turning with the crank? If not, there may not be enough clearance on the cam lobes to pass the big end of the connecting rod.
If the piston will go to TDC then stop from both directions, I would think possibly a broken top ring (but that would not kill it while running). A camshaft breaking just behind the front cam bearing would though...
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