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[Engine] timing
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How do you locate crankshaft timing after belt has broke on a mk1 1.9d berlingo 1999.
Camshaft and pump easily found but there seem to be a lot of holes around flywheel.

New head bk on van
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Many PSA motors time up with the pistons all at the same height. That should give you at most two options.
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Thanks. Will have another go at it tomorrow. Was loosing the will to carry on with it lol
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