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Old 01-18-2011, 04:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys, just bought a 2002 soft top jimny which i am in the middle of doing the headgasket on. I have managed to move the cam shaft whilst the head has been off. I now cant remember which mark on the camshaft i timed it up to. There is two marks I and E, Which one should it be?
obviously the crank is still set right with cylinders 1 and 4 at TDC
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Have a look on bigjimny.com, they have the service manual to download
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Have a look on bigjimny.com, they have the service manual to download
thanks for the reply Rhinoman. I may be being thick but ive looked on bigjimny and have downloaded the manual but can only find reference to the timing chain engine even though i downloaded the g13bb manual

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The M13A engine is in the supplement, the G13BB engine is in the main manual.
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The M13A engine is in the supplement, the G13BB engine is in the main manual.
Thanks again, found and now downloaded
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