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Old 04-12-2009, 04:55 PM
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Timing Belt Job Issues.

Hey everyone, it's my first post, and I need some advice. I have a 98 Type S. 105k on the ticker and the motor was rebuilt @ 70k.

Long story short... =)

Spit both the PS and Alternator belts one night. Crank Pulley came lose somehow. Rolled the intake cam totally around when going for the cam seals (figured Ide make the most of my time when I was reinstalling a crank pulley-- timing belt done too), and put the timing belt back on without rolling the intake cam back around. Idle'd that way for 1 minute..WOW BAD. Realized what I did. Fixed.

I am now experiencing the "idle problem" which seems to plague these forums, and the lives of us all. Gut is telling me that my belt is a tooth off, but, I can assure you all, it is properly timed. <gosh i hope>

the work i did included:
Timing Belt Replacement
Cam Seals
Crank Seals
Front and Rear Balancer Seals
Plugs (threads were loaded w/ oil, burnt it off w/ an upper RPM highway ride)
PCV replaced
Valve cover gasket set

Carefully followed directions.

Also deleted the timing balancer belt, but did not do the shaft delete mod.

Does anyone have any suggestions for me?
I could also use a point in the right direction on another possibility. The IAB valve.... is it possible to determine if it is bust without doing vaccuum tool testing? When I manually open that valve, there is an audible noise... should it be silent?

Appreciate all the help I have gotten from the forums, and any further attempts as well.

Piece. ;)

EDIT: Only Mod atm is an AEM intake

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Re: Timing Belt Job Issues.

I would replace the head, unless all those parts you listed were included in that. but i could be completely wrong, if i were u bring it to a mechanic so more **** doesnt get ****ed up.
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Re: Timing Belt Job Issues.

Seriously, u suggesting I replace the head?.. dude on what grounds?
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Re: Timing Belt Job Issues.

i've a problem like this,
change fuel pump
change fuel filter
change O2 sensor (it's my error code on ecu)
clean IACV
clean EACV
Suppress EGR
Make a oil change
and everything same...
so we've check mark on flywheel and on cam pulley, it look off like one tooth, i hope it's okay after doing timming belt remplacement, i'll do a manual tensionner conversion too, and put AEM cam pulley

Do you've a ECU wrong code?
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