Fuel Pump Removed - Timing Marks?
My mechanic removed my fuel pump to remove the intake manifold on my 2.4 JTDm.
At the same time we decided to change the cambelt and waterpump. The cams were locked in place with a proper locking too. With the fuel pump disconnected, the mechanic tried to loosen the bolts on the crank pulley - but this caused the toothed cog behind the pulley to slip 1 notch on the timing belt - because the the fuel pump was removed, the belt was slack.
He managed to then rotate the pulley back 1 notch to where he thinks it was but we need to know if its possible this could have done any damage?
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by otis_b; 19-07-15 at 21:07.