Yale GLP030BENUAV085:
Running Rough

Unit has a Mazda 2.0 4 cylinder. We are not sure if the engine upper and lower end are properly timed. Any help would be appreciated!
  • Posted 18 Jun 2022 02:08
  • Discussion started by Bill_Menchen
  • Nevada, United States
Bill Menchen
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I could be wrong but l would be looking at ignition problem or propane
  • Posted 25 Jun 2022 02:34
  • Reply by Scott_
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Scott
My compression is 180, 170, 165, and 180.
  • Posted 24 Jun 2022 01:48
  • Reply by Bill_Menchen
  • Nevada, United States
Bill Menchen
Bill l though this was an 2.0mazda fe engine that used a belt what l think you are working on is a d5 Mazda engine this motor used a chain they did hope this helps.not use many of them in forklifts the fe was more popular l had done a couple head gaskets on them but l don't remember doing a timing chain l know to do it you have to pull the hole front of the engine down also in the front there is a small plate that comes off in there is a timing chain tensioner that has gear teeth to tighten the chain if the chain was that loose the tensioner would pull out all the way.also if you take the chain off the cam with the gear becarefull the tensioner will walk out and you will then have to pull it apart.l would turn the engine untill the number one piston is at tdc and the number one intake and exhaust are closed then take the dist cap off and see if it is firing on number one cylinder.also if the chain jumped you probably have low compression in all cylinders take a compression test and see if the compression is good.hope this helps
  • Posted 19 Jun 2022 09:43
  • Reply by Scott_
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Scott
This engine has a timing chain.
  • Posted 18 Jun 2022 04:48
  • Reply by Bill_Menchen
  • Nevada, United States
Bill Menchen
Bill truck uses a timing belt remove the upper cover and loeer cover after that you will see the Cam gear it has letters on it it should be at 12 o'clock with the letter A stamped on the Cam gear. On the crank there will be a notch in the gear that should line up with a mark on the bottom aluminium plate it to should be at 6o clock then the disttributor should line up with number 1 on the dist cap hope this helps
  • Posted 18 Jun 2022 04:36
  • Reply by Scott_
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Scott

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