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    Default Pump timming on a 1.9 150

    Does it really matter marking up the diesel pump pulley, when doing the cambelt? As the 120 doesnt even have a mark on the pulley. And its not a pulse pump.
    Just wonderd as i didnt take much notice, apart from the cam and crank lines on the belt. It feels down on power, but surley cant be down to this?

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    Nope, only marks are the crank and cam pulleys mate. The pump is a constant output feeding the common rail at some ridiculous pressure, which is then used by the injectors when commanded by the ECU.

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    Thanks. Just wonderd why they put a timming mark on the pump pulley?

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    Generic pulley design...?

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    i think its 'Supposed' to go in a certain place but i have never timed them and have never seen them timed in a vx dealers and never had one problem

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    There is a timing mark so you can remove the pump pulley without removing the sprocket and timing belt

    Don't need to time it up with the cam adn crank pulleys tho.

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