Hello, I have an ej22 from 94 legacy that I plan on putting into a westfalia. I’m in the middle of trying to do a timing belt change, but I ran into a problem. I removed the timing belt and had all the timing marks lined up. However, as I went to remove the camshaft pulley it moved out of alignment when my homemade pulley holder tool failed. I know this a non interference engine so nothing was damage, but is resetting the timing as easy as lining up the timing marks and making sure the tooth count is correct?
My second question concerns the removing of the camshaft pulleys. I have read other post which state all is need is decent ½ inch impact gun to remove the pulleys is this correct? I am also under the impression that I will have to find a way to brace the pulley in order to correctly torque them down. Any suggestions or comments are appreciated thanks.
Edited by JC20, 13 December 2013 - 12:39 AM.