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  1. Hi all, I have recently replaced timing belt on my 1998 300tdi defender. I replaced belt, tensioner, idler pulley and crankshaft gear. Followed instructions according to enlosed pictures. Doublechecked against factory workshop manual and even the Haynes manual. 🙂 FIP and flywheel locked at TDC with no problems. After new belt was fitted and tensioned, I rotated crankshaft two turns to TDC, locked FIP and flywheel and tensioned timing belt again to 11 Nm. Did it one more extra time just to be shure. Then mounted front cover with new gasket, refitted crank pulley and mounted new drive
  2. Lying under the vehicle whilst doing the 500 mile oil change on the newly rebuilt engine I noticed a slight sheen around the wading plug hole. Doing the touch and sniff test revealed a strong diesel smell which I assume indicates failure of the fuel injection pump driveshaft seal? My other question is given that diesel hardly pouring out of the pump if I pull my finger out and get the seal changed pronto can I get away without changing the timing belt? Given it's a Dayco belt with only 500 miles or so on it I really hope the answers no!
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