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    sprucey69 New Member

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    hi i was wonderin if any1 has a diagram of the timing settings on 1.0 3 cylinder corsa 02 plate as it has a chain instead of a belt and cnt seem to find it in any corsa books
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    if no one else can help will check my tis 2000 cd but its on my other computer as dont work on vista
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    Ive been trying to find the same thing out myself. Been told by a mate at vauxhall not to touch it unless you have the locking tools. You can always take no 1 soark plug out and go off the cam lobes. Also the small D shape on the back of the cam-shafts should be at the the top. This is what im thinking of doing then thinking of tipexing everything.
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    hi whats your engine code and does it have air con or not
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    vec22cd New Member

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    probably not much help without the illistrations but tis cd will not let me copy them ill try and get them printed so i can then scan them for you

    or pm me with address and i will copy and send you the tis 2000 cd's i have

    Adjust timing ( Z 10 XE, Z 10 XEP, without air conditioning, LHD)

    J792910

    Note: In vehicles from model year 04 with ESP - every time the battery is disconnected, the steering angle sensor loses its basic setting and must be recalibrated

    Remove

    1. Open bonnet

    2. Disconnect battery
    Note: On vehicles from model year 04 with ESP - every time the battery is disconnected, the steering angle sensor loses its basic setting. It must be recalibrated.
    • Detach ground cable


    3. Disconnect 4x engine management wiring harness plugs
    • Oil pressure switch (2), coolant temperature sensor (3), camshaft sensor (4) and ignition module (1)

    • Unclip wiring trough (5)

    • Set wiring harness to one side




    4. Remove ignition module
    • Remove ignition module cover
    – Move to the right


    • Unscrew 2 bolts

    • Extract using KM-6009 (1)
    Note: Do not tilt




    5. Remove cylinder head cover
    • Detach 2x engine venting hoses

    • Unscrew 13x bolt


    6. Raise vehicle

    7. With "ECO" model - remove lower engine cover


    8. Remove closure bolt for crankshaft bearing bridge (1)

    9. Lower vehicle

    10. Set no.1 cylinder to TDC
    • Insert KM-952 (2)
    – Turn crankshaft uniformly until KM-952 engages
    Note: Crankshaft belt pulley (4) must line up with lug (3) on timing case






    11. Insert KM-953 (1)
    • KM-953 must engage in camshaft groove
    Note: If KM-953 cannot be inserted, a basic timing adjustment must be made




    12. Attach KM-954 (1)
    • Position on phase sensor disc (2)
    Note: KM-954 must engage in groove in phase sensor disk


    13. Remove retaining tools
    Note: Retaining tools must not be used for counterholding
    • KM-952, KM-953, KM-954


    14. Raise vehicle

    15. Attach closure bolt of crankshaft bearing bridge
    • Replace seal ring

    • Tighten bolt 50 Nm




    16. Lock chain tensioner
    • Remove closure bolt (1)

    • Load intake camshaft in direction of arrow via hexagonal section using an open-ended spanner

    • Insert KM-955-1 (2)




    17. Release camshaft sprockets
    • Loosen 2 bolts (2)
    – Counterhold camshafts at hexagonal section (1)



    18. Renew camshaft sprocket bolts

    19. Insert KM-952




    20. Adjust camshafts
    • Insert KM-953 (1)
    – Turn the camshafts at hexagonal section





    21. Attach KM-954 (1)
    • Position on phase sensor disc (2)
    Note: KM-954 must engage in groove in phase sensor disk




    22. Remove KM-955-1
    • Replace seal ring

    • Tighten chain tensioner closure bolt 50 Nm


    23. Fasten camshaft sprockets
    Note: Tightening torque of 10 Nm is used to secure the camshaft sprockets and the phase sensor disk
    • Tighten 2x bolts (2) 10 Nm
    Note: First tighten intake camshaft sprocket bolt
    – Counterhold camshafts at hexagonal section (1)



    24. Remove retaining tools
    Note: Retaining tools must not be used for counterholding
    • KM-952, KM-953, KM-954


    25. Fasten camshaft sprockets
    Note: Second person required
    • Tighten 2x bolts 50 Nm + 60°
    Note: First tighten intake camshaft sprocket bolt
    – Counterhold camshafts at hexagonal section





    26. Timing, Check
    • Turn crankshaft (720°)

    • Insert KM-952

    • Insert KM-953

    • Attach KM-954


    27. Remove retaining tools
    • KM-952, KM-953, KM-954


    28. Raise vehicle

    29. Attach closure bolt of crankshaft bearing bridge
    • Replace seal ring

    • Tighten bolt 50 Nm


    30. With "ECO" model - install lower engine cover

    31. Lower vehicle

    32. Clean sealing surfaces
    • Cylinder head, cylinder head cover


    33. Attach cylinder head cover (1)
    • Renew gasket (2) and seal rings

    • Apply sealant (dimension I = 2 mm)
    Note: Complete assembly operations within 10 minutes

    • Tighten 13 bolts 8 Nm


    34. Attach 2x engine venting hoses



    35. Attach ignition module
    • Unscrew 2x KM-6009

    • Tighten 2 bolts 8 Nm


    36. Install engine management wiring harness
    • Route wiring harness

    • Clip-in wiring trough

    • Connect 4x wiring harness plugs


    37. Connect battery

    38. Program volatile memory

    39. Close bonnet

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