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Old 11-21-2009, 09:41 PM
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timing belt sliding off

I'm doing a swap from obd2 to obd1 due to blown engine. This is the second time it is out because my timing belt wants to slide forward toward the cover.
I.ve bought a brand new belt, have the engine in time and am hand cranking with 19mm bolt on the crank. The belt just wants to keed sliding forward as I turn the engine over. Anybody have any ideas.
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Re: timing belt sliding off

Hey welcome to pz . i was reading your posting ,and i have an idea ,of your problem ,here is a couple of steps ,first with the engine cover off and the valve cover, then make sure your belt is not oily and the two belt tensioner are good ,and also the engine sprocket located at the engine crank is not sliding out ,make sure the timing gears didn't get loose at the bolt on the cam head .Hit me up in need more info .John N.Y.C.O.P
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Re: timing belt sliding off

make sure that auto tensioner isn't bad, sounds like it could be your issue. Not a bad time to switch to the H23 manual tensioner, they have a lesser failure rate.
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Re: timing belt sliding off

Just a random thought, if your turning the engine the wrong way the belt will slide off. Make sure your rotating the engine counter-clockwise.
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Re: timing belt sliding off

ya...u may need a new tensioner...its usually recommended the it gets changed along with the water pump when u do the timing belt, they tend to go bad
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Its the tensioner
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H23 Manual Tensioner FTW
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Re: timing belt sliding off

slid off and took out my crank position senso, ouch $$$. Going to do the manual swap and see how it goes thanks guys
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Re: timing belt sliding off

good luck, keep us posted.


p.s. consider that waterpump as well, it will save you a headache later on.
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Ia m glad to hear you used our advice and checked the tensioner and don't forget ,the other thins mention like the water pump ,oil pump seal.Keep us posted with updates. Later john
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