Part No. 4076
Engine Timing Tools
Renault dci
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Introduction
Part No. 4076
Engine Timing Tools
Renault dci - Diesel dci 1.5 | 1.9 | 2.2 | 2.5 engines
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Warning
Plan Layout
Incorrect or out of phase engine timing can result in damage to the valves.
The Tool Connection cannot be held responsible for any damage caused
by using these tools in anyway.
Safety Precautions – Please read
• Disconnect the battery earth leads
(check radio code is available)
• Remove spark or glow plugs to make
the engine turn easier
• Do not use cleaning fluids on belts,
sprockets or rollers
• Always make a note of the route of the
auxiliary drive belt before removal
• Turn the engine in the normal direction
(clockwise unless stated otherwise)
• Do not turn the camshaft, crankshaft or
diesel injection pump once the timing
chain has been removed (unless
specifically stated)
• Do not use the timing chain to lock the
engine when slackening or tightening
crankshaft pulley bolts
• Do not turn the crankshaft or camshaft
when the timing belt/chain has been
removed
• Mark the direction of the chain before
removing
• Crankshafts and Camshafts may only be
turned with the chain drive mechanism
fully installed.
H/I
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C
D
A
G
• Do not turn crankshaft via camshaft or
other gears
E
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• Check the diesel injection pump timing
after replacing the chain
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E
E
• Observe all tightening torques
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E
• Always refer to the vehicle manufacturer’s service manual or a suitable proprietary instruction book
• Incorrect or out of phase engine timing can result in damage to the valves
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It is always recommended to turn the engine slowly, by hand, and to re-check the camshaft and crankshaft timing positions
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• It is always recommended to turn the
engine slowly, by hand and to re-check
the camshaft and crankshaft timing
positions.
Ref
Code
Oem Code
Description
MOT 1489
Crankshaft Timing Pin
A
C037
B
C067
C
C099
MOT 1054
Flywheel Locking Pin
D
C101
MOT 1430
Camshaft Timing Pin
E
C281
MOT 1543
Tension Pre-Setting Tool
F
C182
MOT 1538
Hi Pressure Fuel Pump Pulley Locking Pin
G
C179
MOT 1536
Flywheel Setting Pin
H
C180
MOT 1537
Camshaft Locking Tool - Exhaust
I
C181
MOT 1534
Camshaft Locking Tool – Inlet
M6 X 30mm Tensioning Screw
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Applications
Instructions
The application list for this product has been compiled cross referencing the OEM Tool Code
with the Component Code.
In most cases the tools are specific to this type of engine and are necessary for Cam belt or
chain maintenance.
If the engine has been identified as an interference engine valve to piston damage will occur
if the engine is run with a broken Cam belt.
A compression check of all cylinders should be performed before removing the cylinder head.
Always consult a suitable work shop manual before attempting to change the Cam belt or
Chain.
Autodata
Our applications data is supplied by Autodata and we are able to supply this data to you in a
PDF format.
If this is a specific kit for a group of engine codes the application list has been supplied
showing the main vehicles this kit is designed for and does not list every model each pin fits.
If this is a master kit then all vehicles are included.
The data is the copyright of Tool Connection and should not be reproduced.
If the application data is extensive we have included a CD with the application list in .pdf
format.
Languages
We have also included where possible translations for the instructions in the following
languages:
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French
Spanish
German
Portuguese
Italian
Dutch
To enable the correct tension to be applied
to the timing belt.
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Crankshaft Timing Pins
There are two different pieces included in
this set. As with the camshaft timing pin,
they are inserted through the engine block
and used to position the crankshaft to
achieve the correct timing position of the
first cylinder.
A
It is important that these pieces are used
to set the timing position, but are not to
be used to lock the flywheel.
G
A
Tensioning Tools
To enable the correct pre-tension to be
applied to the timing belt, this tool has 4
interchangeable covers and a spacing
washer to suit the variety of tensioners
used.
E
Install the exhaust camshaft locking tool
and hold in place using the setscrew
If the tool cannot be fitted correctly, rotate
the crankshaft one turn clockwise.
H
M
Slacken the sprocket fasteners, but check
that during installation the fasteners are
not positioned at the end of the slots.
The use of these engine timing tools is purely down to the user’s discretion and
Tool Connection cannot be held responsible for any damage caused what so ever.
ALWAYS USE A REPUTABLE WORKSHOP MANUAL
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Tensioning Adjustment Screw
The lever arm will make contact with the
tensioner. As a visual register the top of
the arm will align with the camshaft
locking tool when the tensioner is turned
anti-clockwise whilst being tensioned
using a 6 mm. hex. key.
D
Install the inlet camshaft locking tool
over the vertical flats on the camshaft.
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