I learned a few things: You can of course (with the head off or by looking at the bottom of the pistons up through the sump) work out the timing (approximately but accurately enough) to see where the marks should be. And where they should be there will be a very obvious timing mark/spike on the engine block or head cover or something or at least a very obvious alignment of marks with each other. You know, when the #1 piston is coming to the top and the inlet is just opening and the exhaust is just about closed then that is the end of the exhaust stroke and then the intake stroke is about to start - well get the crank and the cams about there, then rotate keeping them in sync and you will see what I mean. Put the pully and cams in the right places (approx) before putting the head back on - less likely to bump piston and valve that way. Turn the engine over a number of times (the cam goes clockwise/forwards) by hand - you should only have very slight resistance from the pistons compressing air (so only twice for a rotation of the crankshaft pully). If you get hard resistance that seems to be from the cams when turning the crankshaft you have got the timing wrong - the pistons are bending the valves. Do not do bolts that go into the aluminum head too tight. To get the pully and cover on/off - just crowbar the engine over a bit. Oh yeah - those half moon shaped dents in the top of the pistons - that is to handle the valve overlap.
Hope that all helps
The crankshaft pulley mark on the timing cover is for the drive belt pulley, the mark at 6 o'clock is for the crankshaft cog (behind the pulley),there is a small dot on the crankshaft cog which lines up on the small mark on the small bottom timing cover. When changing the head gasket to prevent damage to the valves turn the crank back to the 3 o'clock position and when the camshafts are lined up (inlet 3 o'clock exhaust 9 o'clock) turn the crankshaft clockwise to 6 o'clock.
timing , burnt valve, fuel/carburation prob.....most likely a timing/ignition problem.
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The thermostat housing is located at the end of the cylinder head and behind the timing belt inner cover.
i know the 2.2l from 1995 is. if it is an overhead valve then most likely it is.
it maybe out of timing or the valve seat is leacking use a compression tester to find out if is the valve leak
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It usually requires a valve job at the minimum.
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc . ) it IS NOT an interference engine , so no
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It is inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
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Timing belt.Timing belt.
A timing belt.