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Old 24-08-18, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default 407 2.2hdi 170 cambelt change

Can anyone kindly assist. Looking for details on cambelt change on 407 2.2hdi 170hp. Would help if someone could supply w/shop manual details for change or diagram showing timing set-up.
Would be grateful for assist -search has been driving me mad!

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Old 24-08-18, 09:16 PM   #2
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2.2 is not very common but timing is basically the same as any other HDI pin crank pin cam just look up a 2 litre as the method is the same.
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Appreciate quick response. When you say pin the crank, is the timing hole for pin into the flywheel same as 2.0?
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Yes it will be the same its standard peugeot practice on all engines except the horrible chain driven ones
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Old 25-08-18, 09:17 AM   #5
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2.2 HDi is exactly the same as the 2.0 minus a few differences - either the piston or connecting rods are shorter to give it more displacement, has a twin turbo rather than single and apparently some of the fuelling was changed. Everything else should be the same
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Old 25-08-18, 09:32 PM   #6
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2.2 HDi is exactly the same as the 2.0 minus a few differences - either the piston or connecting rods are shorter to give it more displacement, has a twin turbo rather than single and apparently some of the fuelling was changed. Everything else should be the same
Not quite right, either the crankshaft has a longer stroke, or the bores are larger, or a combination of both to achieve the extra capacity.

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Old 26-08-18, 09:33 AM   #7
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Your both right

It is exactly the same in terms of most of the dimensions are the same including how its timed but as roger says the stroke is longer to get the extra capacity so the block is actually slightly taller.

On older 2.2 the block is actually a totally different block to the 2 litre and cannot be interchanged as the crankcase is bigger meaning only a 2.2 gearbox will fit not sure if thats the case with newer 2.2 engine though.

Heads are essentially the same though a 2.2 head will fit a 2 litre and vice versa because the bores are the same size only the stroke is changed.
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Old 26-08-18, 10:58 AM   #8
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Old 27-08-18, 07:42 AM   #9
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I'm no mechanic but when I've had the timing belt changed I've had the water pump changed at the same time. A few more ús but worth the piece of mind.

I had a 2007 2.2 170hp saloon, one of the best cars I ever owned, great fun!

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