3.0 v6 1990 Dodge Daytona how to adjust camshafts for timing engine?
Look for detent marking on camshaft sprockets and align them with timing marks on cylinder head, should be visable markings and ensure that engine is at TDC on compression stroke, and timing marks should all line up
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Answer . Go to the parts store nearest to you and pick up a Chiltons or Haynes manual.\nAll the info you need and more is in there.\n. \n2nd Answer\n. \n5 degrees BTDC
Answer . On your 1991 DODGE DAYTONA, the FLASHER is:\n. \nFRONT SEATING AREA, DRIVER SIDE, UNDER DASH, MOUNTED ABOVE KICK PANEL\n. \nGo to Autozone.com under component location for help with this stuff.
Answer . \nSuport engine with a jack under oil pan..remove top right motor mount..remove two bolts that hold POWER STEERING PUMP to the engine bracket..remove bolt that holds BELT TENSIONER to engine bracket..3 or 4 more bolts that hold ENGINE BRACKET to ENGINE..remove ENGINE BRACKET from ENGINE…..remove TIMING COVERS..Loosen TIMING BELT TENSIONER...Release SPRING...(Water pump is driven by the timing belt) Remove Timing belt..Remove Water Pump...replace...RE-TIME!..Put back together..be sure to RE-TIME, if you want the car to run again, anyway..\n. \nNot an easy job..I hate working on this car. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nDo you mean re-gap the plugs? Get a spark plug gapper, and set the gap to between .052-.056.
Answer . The camshaft position sensor for the 3.0L V-6 engine is located in the distributor. Good Luck!
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Answer . Changing the timing belt on any engine involves removing all the accessory drive belt on the engine (alternator, power steering, a/c if equipped, water pump if applicable, and so on). After that you must remove the timing belt cover(s), and usually the crankshaft pully/ harmonic balancer.… The belt must then be removed and replaced, making sure that the camshaft(s) and crankshaft and any balance shafts are lined up in the proper position. As a technician, i would recommend having this done by a shop or dealer, or very closely following a repair manual ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nfollow the upper radiator hose back to the engine, and you will find the thermostat housing which is held onto the cylinder head by 2 bolts. The T-stat is located uder the t-stat housing.
Answer . Check the crank pully bolt. If it has come loose you will have a leak. . The crank pully bolt does not have anything to do with the crank shaft seal leak. The . bolt is independent of the seal. To replace seal remove crank shaft pully and you will have access to crank shaft seal, pull ou…t & replace seal. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Since you weren't vehicle specific, I picked one.\n. \nFor your 1996 DODGE TRUCK CARAVAN 2WD:\n. \nFIRING ORDER \n. \n. \nFIRING ORDER 1-2-3-4-5-6\n-------------\n| 2 ----- 1 |\nFRONT | | 5 3 | |\n| |4 1| |\n| | 6 2 | |\nOF | ----- |\n| 4 3 |\n|… |\nVEHICLE | |\n| |\n| |\n| 6 5 |\n------------- DISTRIBUTOR ROTATES\nCOUNTER CLOCKWISE\nGo to Autozone.com under specifications for this stuff. ( Full Answer )
What car has an L as a shift letter... for automatic its Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive (or Over Drive if your car has Over Drive), 2 and 1... there is no L and for standard its gear 1 2 3 4 5... Is your car making a whinning noise, if so it might be the Torque Converter... if its not then the trans …itself might have died on you... was the car slipping in gear and stuff before this happend? fluid change would be a waste of money if your not sure if its torque converter or transmission just acting up... my car was slipping, i went and got new fluids, gasket, even a tranny additive to help it shift better (didnt work) then the car ran fine for every bit of 4 days then converter died... are you using the correct fluids for the car, the Chrysler fluid that's recommend is ATF+3 or 4... they no longer make ATF 3 so you will have to buy ATF 4 for your transmission, if you was buying Dextron or Mercon hoping to say alittle money then that right there could have distroyed the transmission, the ATF+4 has additives right in it to help improve shifting, Dextron or Mercon doesnt. The price of ATF+4 has went down, it was about 6 dollars a quart and its now about 3 a quart so that's good right there... hope ive helped you have... Good Luck with your Shadow, i have a Spirit with a 2.5 and its transmission died all thanks to the torque converter. If the car is equipped with a 4 speed automatic electronic transmission then it could be a simple problem. Second gear is the "limp in" mode when a problem is detected by the control module. This could be a sensor problem, such as a PRNDL Switch. The switches are located toward the front of the transmission just above the oil pan. Check for a loose connection at both switches as this is a common occurrence, especially for intermittent problems. On the other hand this could be due to an internal parts failure. ( Full Answer )
Plan on spending a Saturday . \n. \n1. Pull the serpentine belt using a half inch breaker bar to release the tensioner.\n. \n2. Pull crankshaft dampener pulley (22 mm socket)- use an impact wrench, if this will not loosen the bolt, use a breaker bar, resting it on the lower control arm, disconn…ecting the coil wire, and bumping the motor over.\n. \n3.Remove the AC belt by loosening the nut on the front of the tensioner pulley then the bolt on top of the tensioner pulley.\n. \n4. Remove the tensioner pulley (15 mm socket) 3 bolts.\n. \n5.Remove AC compressor (15 mm socket) 2 bolts and 2 nuts.\n. \n6. Remove AC compressor bracket (15 mm socket) 3 bolts 2 on top and one under the compressor.\n. \n7. Place a jack under the motor and remove the engine support plate from the block (14 mm socket) 4 bolts.\n. \n8. Remove the power steering pump bolts through the access hole in the front of the pulley (15 mm socket) 2 bolts - loosen the nut on the back of the power steering pump (15 mm socket).\n. \n9. Remove motor mount from the passenger side fender (12 mm) socket and pull entire engine support plate out.\n. \n10. Remove 3 plastic timing belt covers (10 mm socket) 8-10 bolts. With covers removed you will be able to see the 2 cam gears and the crank gear. The timing arrows on the cams will allign with the lines on the belt cover backs and the notch on the crank gear will allign with the line on the oil pump. The rear cam gear is tricky to allign because of the lobe of the cam.\n. \n11. Loosen the belt tensioner pulley bolt (12 mm socket), With a screw driver release the tension on the timing belt and retighten the bolt. Remove timing belt.\n. \n12. Yes that is your water pump that runs off the timing belt and I recommend you change it now instead of having to go through all this again if it goes out. There is one bolt that goes into the top of the water pump that is tricky to get out, but with a little brute force on the bracket you can get it out without pulling the intake manifold. I did not repace this bolt when I reassembled.\n. \n13. Replace timing belt loosen and retighten belt tensioner. Spin motor a few revolutions and recheck timing marks so you are sure it stays correct, you dont want to put this all back together and find out it jumped a tooth.\n. \n14. Reverse all to finish and good luck. ( Full Answer )
2000 SE . what year do you have, and do you have a 3.0 liter 12 valve engine, or a 3.0 liter 24 valve DOHC engine? . 12 valve
Either you've got transmission problems, or more likely, your car is stuck in "limp" mode.. Run the self diagnostic as described here:. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Intrepid_will_not_turn_on
1993 dodge caravan 3.0 v6 and after it warms up and you drive it for awhile you try to restart it but the it wont start the engine cranks but nothing you replaced the fuel pump already?
is the van getting spark? does the fuel rail have fuel pressure Might want to check your knock sensor if equipped
Answer . \nIt is supposed to be a ZERO interference motor. If belt breaks or jumps, NO problem to valves in most cases.
The best thing to do would be to bring it to a mechanic, as they know what they are doing and could set it easily without damaging your car and setting it for you perfectly.
The correct timing for that is 10'btdc. but you must short out diagnostics with a paper clip. The correct plugs to short and the timing is on a label located on the inside of your hood. you must short this out to get proper timing so the timing won't advance. i hope that helps. i have a 1990 4 runne…r as well. ( Full Answer )
Got this from the computer at the dodge dealership diagrams wont show on here you can e mail me for the full doc with the pics at email@example.com TIMING BELT REMOVAL Raise vehicle and remove accessory drive belt splash shield Accessory Drive Belt Splash Shield ï¿¼ 1 - ATTACHING SCREW … 2 - ATTACHING SCREWS 3 - SPLASH SHIELD Remove accessory drive belts. Refer to COOLING SYSTEM for procedure. Remove crankshaft pulley and damper Timing Belt System ï¿¼ 1 - ENGINE SUPPORT BRACKET 2 - TIMING BELT COVER (UPPER OUTER-B) 3 - TIMING BELT TENSIONER 4 - CAMSHAFT SPROCKET 5 - GENERATOR BRACKET 6 - SUPPORT-A 7 - SUPPORT-B 8 - BRACKET 9 - TIMING BELT COVER (INNER-A) 10 - TIMING BELT 11 - CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET 12 - FLANGE 13 - TIMING BELT COVER (UPPER OUTER-A) 14 - TIMING BELT COVER (FRONT LOWER) 15 - ACCESS COVER 16 - TORSIONAL DAMPER 17 - CRANKSHAFT PULLY (A) 18 - CRANKSHAFT PULLY (B) Support engine and remove right side engine mount. Refer to procedure in this section. Remove engine support bracket Timing Belt Covers ï¿¼ 1 - BRACKET HARNESS CLIP 2 - REAR COVER D BOLTS 3 - COVER (REAR REFERENCE) 4 - BRACKET HARNESS CLIP 5 - UPPER FRONT COVER (OUTER) 6 - UPPER REAR COVER 7 - LOWER COVER Remove timing belt covers Timing Belt Covers Same as the pic above Mark belt running direction for installation Timing Belt Engine Sprocket Timing ï¿¼ 1 - TIMING MARK 2 - TIMING MARK (GENERATOR BRACKET) 3 - WATER PUMP PULLEY 4 - TIMING MARK 5 - TIMING MARK (TIMING BELT COVER INNER (A) 6 - MARK BELT 7 - CAMSHAFT SPROCKET (FRONT) 8 - TENSION SIDE 9 - TIMING MARK (OIL PUMP) 10 - TIMING MARK 11 - CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET 12 - TIMING BELT TENSIONER 13 - CAMSHAFT SPROCKET (REAR) Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt Timing Belt Tensioner and remove timing belt. ï¿¼ 1 - BELT TENSIONER 2 - TENSIONER SPRING Remove crankshaft sprocket flange shield Timing Belt System Same pic as step 3 CAMSHAFT SPROCKETS You not gonna have the special tool so make your own lol To remove camshaft sprockets: Hold camshaft sprocket with Spanner Tool MB-990775. Loosen and remove bolt and washer Camshaft Sprockets Remove camshaft sprocket from camshaft. To install camshaft sprockets: Place camshaft sprocket on camshaft. Install bolt and washer to camshaft. Using Spanner Tool MB-990775, hold camshaft sprocket and torque bolt to 95 NÂ·m (70 ft. lbs.) Camshaft Sprockets TIMING BELT TENSIONER Install timing belt tensioner and tensioner spring. Hook spring upper end to water pump pin and lower end to tensioner bracket with hook out Timing Belt Tensioner Pic in step 8 Turn timing belt tensioner counterclockwise full travel in adjustment slot and tighten bolt to temporarily hold this position Positioning Belt Tensioner ï¿¼ INSTALLATION Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket and keep belt tight on tension side Timing Belt Engine Sprocket Timing( Same pic in step 7 )Install belt on the front (radiator side) camshaft sprocket. Install belt on the water pump pulley, rear camshaft sprocket and finally on the timing belt tensioner. Rotate the front camshaft sprocket in opposite direction to take up belt slack. Check that all timing marks are aligned Timing Belt Engine Sprocket Timing( Same pic in step 7) Install crankshaft sprocket flange Timing Belt SystemSame pic as in step 9 Loosen tensioner bolt and allow spring to tension timing belt. Turn crankshaft two full turns in clockwise direction. Turn smoothly and in clockwise direction ONLY. Align the timing marks on the sprockets and tighten the timing belt tensioner locking bolt to 28 NÂ·m (250 in. lbs.) torque. Install timing belt covers. Install engine support bracket. Install right side engine mount. Install crankshaft damper and pulleys Timing Belt System Tighten damper center bolt to 135 NÂ·m (100 ft. lbs.) Install accessory drive belts. Refer to COOLING SYSTEM for procedure. Install accessory drive belt splash shield Accessory Drive Belt Splash Shield WATER PUMP - 3.0L ENGINE REMOVAL Drain cooling system. Refer to procedure in this section. Remove timing belt. Refer to ENGINE for procedure. Remove water pump mounting bolts. Separate pump from water inlet pipe and remove water pump Water Pump - 3.0L Engine INSTALLATION Clean all gasket and O-ring surfaces on pump and water pipe inlet tube. Install new O-ring on water inlet pipe Water Pipe O-Ring Wet the O-ring (with water) to ease assembly CAUTION: Keep the O-ring free of oil or grease. Install new gasket on water pump and install pump inlet opening over water pipe, press assembly to cause water pipe insertion into pump housing. Install pump to block mounting bolts and tighten to 27 NÂ·m (20 ft. lbs.) Install timing belt. Refer to ENGINE for procedure. Fill cooling system. Refer to procedure in this section. ï¿¼ 1 - BOLTS27 NÂ·m (240 IN. LBS.) 2 - WATER PUMP 3 - GASKET 4 - O-RING 5 - WATER PIPE ( Full Answer )
Answer . Most modern engines have a computer which controls all aspects of engine operation, including timing. Therefore, it is impossible to set the timing on these engines. It is possible that your engine is not computer controlled, but unlikely.
The timing is adjusted by the three bolts that holds the injection pump. The holes in the pump are slotted.
It has a timing belt that should be changed every 60,000 miles. It is recommended that the water pump be changed with the timing belt.
to answer your question,theres 4qts. if you drained it and want to refill,if on the other hand your putting in a new motor, it`s 8qts. + about 8.9qts.that includes the torque converter but to be on the safe side just call a Dodge dealership and ask for service and they will tell you. that's what I d…id. ( Full Answer )
It is recommended to use 91+ octane. You can use 87 or 89 but you will have less mpg and horsepower. Only on vehicles that state it is required to use 91+ do you have to. But it is recommended you use 91+ though.
10 degrees Before top dead center at idle, with warm engine, and E1 and TE1 shorted on the diagnostic connector.
I just had my brother ( a mechanic) change the belt on my '02 higlander v6 and it was quite difficult. take it to a good shop or even the dealer
A 1990 Daytona 3.0 came with a 4 speed automatic or a 5 speed manual.
3.0 has a timing belt behind plastic covers that are behind the accessories E.G. Alt. & PS
The 3.3L has a timing chain. The serpentine belt (accessory belt) is removed by rotating the tensioner down.
If I'm not mistaken, I think the camshaft position sensor on these engines is built into the distributor. You'd have to replace the whole thing.
Check out some of my other submissions as well. When I did mine I was pretty complete in changing some items. Belts Hoses and internal parts. My cost was between 1300 and 1000 dollars. I also had the block taken to a shop and they cleaned, checked and honed the cylinders for me. Something I consid…er a must since its critical to re-hone properly for a good seal on the new piston rings. The rebuild kit alone was around 650.00. Go to Autozone .com or NAPA.com and check some parts replacement costs yourself. That will give you an idea of some costs. Oh and I did all the work myself. Garage fees would double this price. ( Full Answer )
You don't. The belt tensioner is spring loaded.. If you look very very closely at the tensioner, there are wear-indicator marks that can confirm the belt has stretched beyond its useful life. See "Related Questions" below for more
You cant it is set by the computer. **** EDIT **** WRONG! 1.) locate the tan/brown plug between passenger strut tower & firewall (near where all the engine wiring comes through the wall) 2.) take the cap off, jump a wire from that terminal to the frame of the car. This puts the ECU into a fixe…d mode, so it will not automatically adjust ignition timing. 3.) hook up a timing light to #1 plug wire (can do loan a tool from autozone/advance auto) 4.) start car and point light down to crankshaft harmonic balancer (pulley). 5.) You will see the notch on the pulley, make sure it is at 5 degrees BTDC, + or - 2. 6.) If not, rotate the sensor until it is, then lock it down. Turn off the car, remove the jumped wire, then restart the car. The timing should now automatically adjust to about 15 degrees. 7.) If the car doesn't start, you may need to rotate the CAS arm 180 degrees, then re-install. ( Full Answer )
The cam sprockets have marks, triangles on them near one of the teeth. These are lined up with notches in the rear cover for the timing belt. Some crank sprockets have two marks, one to align with the mark on the block, the other to use to match to marks on an OEM timing belt. After market belts don…'t usually have this mark. ( Full Answer )
The timing spec for that truck is 10-degrees BTDC (with the shorting bar removed from its connector, as shown in illustration 13.4).
strangly enough NO because mazda is known for its great engine but its a 2.9 v 6
No , the 3.0 litre " Vulcan " V6 engine in a Ford Taurus has ( 1 timing CHAIN )and the 3.0 litre " Duratec " V6 engine has ( 1 timing CHAIN to each cylinderhead , so there are 2 timing CHAINS )
If the sensor is bad I believe a check engine code will be stored. But if the distributor is chirping there will not be a code. You will hear a chirping sound like a loose belt coming from the drivers side of the engine near the air intake. The camshaft sensor and it's distributor are under the inta…ke, where the ignition distributor used to be. If it is chirping you should replace it (the dist. the sensor is ok) or have it replaced. The gear that drives it also drives the oil pump. If it fails you loose the oil pump as well and there goes your engine. \n ( Full Answer )
The water pump is located inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
The cam sensor is part of the distributor, the entire distributor needs changed. You can not get the cam sensor separately.
It is a very relaible engine. Having said that I need to add that like all engines it needs the proper care. Changing oil as presrcibed in the owners manual is a must. Checking the coolant and keeping the injectors clean are also important. I recommend putting an injector cleaner in the gasoline at …least every oil change. They are inexpensive off the shelf at any walmart or like store and can save you hundreds in repairs and lost time. ( Full Answer )
Yes , the 3.0 liter SOHC - V6 engine in a 1999 Dodge Caravan has a timing BELT . Replace every 60,000 miles according to the Gates website
The starter is located on the bottom of the front side of the engine (front being front of the car) there is two wires connected to it. One wire has a rubber seal over the 12mm nut and the other wire is just connected by a clip that slides on and off. Also the Exhaust will need to be unbolted from t…he front manifold in order to fit the old/new starters in and out. There are three bolts connecting the starter, two on the right side and one on the left going through the block into the starter mount(the one on the left is kind of tough to see and reach) ( Full Answer )
the crank pulley has a notch that should line up with the timing teeth attached to the block. it will be on the right side when looking under the hood right below the alternator. the other two marks are on the cam shaft pulley on both side. there is a triangular indentation on the pulley wich lines …up to a dent mark on the uper pully shield (seen only with the upper timing chain cover removed) around 12oclock position an both. ( Full Answer )
Yes there is a cam belt, and aux belt on this engine. If your handywith spanners can get the am belt kit for about Â£140 notes. And auxbelt is about Â£15 quid depends if you need tensioner then chepestabout Â£35 quid. Â£200 all in and a nice sunny day tinkering underthe bonnet :)
The 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 in a Ford Ranger has a timing CHAIN
The firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6, but the order on the cap is different. The wires go on the cap in this order 1-3-5-4-6-2, clockwise. The firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6, but the order on the cap is different. The wires go on the cap in this order 1-3-5-4-6-2, clockwise.
There were a total of around 38,000 Dodge Daytonas built in 1990 - unfortunately there's no specific breakdown of what different trim and models were sold.
In the block you knock out a freeze plug and install it. There is also a magnetic one that you can attach to the block if it is iron.
You cannot replace a 94 V6 3.0 Dodge Caravan engine with a 4 cylinder 2.4 Plymouth Voyager engine. The reason is because the engine is too small.