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    Default XUD11BTE Diesel 2.1 TD 12V Engine

    Mornin, HELP!! Hoping someone can give me very good clues as to where to find the hole for inserting the rod/timing tool to accurately determine top dead centre for #1 cylinder in the 2.1 12v engine
    Any assistance much appreciated.

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    This is for an XUD9 but might help since the locating tool is the same shape as XUD11.

    http://www.citroenkerho.fi/xantia/pd...iikka/XUD9.pdf

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    This is probably a better view. The original PSA tool makes it 'less difficult' to do without removing the starter motor first.

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    Thanks heaps Demannu and pgt16. With the knowledge rather than guess work it was possible to correctly time it and do compression tests prior to replacing water pump, tensioner pulley and getting it into service. Any clues as to removing what is likely to be the original cam belt tensioner.?? Bought the car as a non-goer with 390k on the odo and the last belt change at 330k. Lifting the rocker box revealed 4 broken exhaust rockers and nothing else apparent. Removal of cam belt covers showed an intact belt, an idler that was now in 2 pieces and a crank pulley that was well past its use by date, - the work had been done by a Peug 'specialist' and quite why such aged parts were left in situ is beyond me.
    Anyway the hope was that 12 new rockers and new belts etc would see the old girl good for a few more years but such is not the case; #1 read 435 psi , #2 375 , #3 030 and #4 is untested as it's a bitch to access and doesn't matter as its now head removal time unless the #3 intake valve/s leak is due to a clearance problem resulting from the use of new rockers all round.

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