Where are the timing marks on the camshaft timing belt gear on a 1991 Toyota tercel so the timing belt can be reinstalled correctly with engine at TDC?
getting the marks aligned correctly is important to insure the amount of power you will have. ...
Asked in Timing Belts and Chains
Does the cummins 6.7L turbo diesel have a timing belt?
no, the 5.9l and the 6.7l cummins turbo diesel engines uses a series of timing gears not a chain or belt. reasoning for this is the power impulse and torque created would stretch the chains or belts over time. The gears last much longer. All truck hd truck engines use timing gears. ...
Asked in BMW 3-Series, BMW 5-Series
Why is your 1985 BMW 528e backfiring just started doing it after i changed the timing belt?
The timing marks were probably not set right when the timing chain was changed. This will cause the timing to be off and can result in backfiring and loss of power. ...
Asked in Chevy Malibu, Timing Belts and Chains
Where are the timing marks on a 2003 Chevrolet Malibu?
there are no marks because your cars timing is triggered by a crank and cam position sensor.the timing is controlled by the cars computer or pcm the timing is checked by a pcm scanner that plugs into your cars obd2 data port . your computer can be flashed to give you more power and performance but that's another story. ...
Asked in Ford Escort, Ford Escort LX, Ford Escort ZX2
Where can you find the timinig marks on a 1998 Ford Escort?
There are no timing marks. The ignition timing is controlled by the ECU. There is a ring behind the crankshaft pulley that has one tooth missing. When that missed tooth goes past the Crankshaft Positon Sensor it creates an electrical pulse. This is sent to the Power Contol Module which determines the timing. Timing can't be set. ...
Asked in Jeep CJ
Why does an 86 Jeep cj 258ci with new weber carb timing chain and gears idle and rev perfect but barely has enough power to get moving It feels like driving with the brakes on?
Not to be trite, but you have checked the brakes, haven't you. If so, then the timing appears to be off. If you have set the ignition timing correctly, then it is possible that the timimg chain is off by one tooth. This can be partially corrected through ignition timing, allowing the motor to rev, but there will be minimal power. I know that it is a pain in the A__ becaquse you have to remove the fan, water pump, timimg...
Asked in Ford F-150, Chevy 350, Roblox
What timing gears do you use with an Edelbrock performer plus series?
Use the 0 degrees setting. The performer plus cam is intended to be installed straight up, neither advanced or retarded. Never use adv. or ret. timing settings on these gears they don't work you loose power no matter what you do. ...
How do you use a timing gun?
Connect the power leads to the vehicle battery. Connect the control lead to the plug wire on the first cylinder spark plug. With the engine running, aim the light at the timing marks to read the timing of the engine. ...
Asked in Engineering
What are gears for?
who knows? add me. Gears are used for a whole host of things. They can take power and convert it into torque. Think of an electric drill the power coming into the drill is quite small compared to the actual power that comes out of the drill this is done by gears. ...
Asked in Kawasaki Motorcycles
Will the valve-exhaust-rh part 12005a from a 1989 kx 125 work on a 1986 kx 125?
No, sorry - won't work. Kawasaki stopped casting power valves on the 86 and 89 KX125 years ago. They are obsolete aka no longer available. I checked with a local gear manufacturing facility who said they could reproduce the same power valve, but the price was insane - $1200 for one. You can verify fitmet by checking Partzilla's model reference tool. I'm including a third link for some footpegs which appear on multiple models so you can see how it works. 1986 KX125-E1 KX125...
Asked in Dodge Ram Van
1985 Dodge Van b150 procedure for checking igntion timing?
this is real fun. first get to operating temp then remove fan shroud and fan then power steering pump just set it off to side then use timing light to check timing you have to remove all this because you cant see the marks cause the cowl is in the way. ...
Why would a diesel car lose power and is there any timing adjustment on diesel cars?
A dirty air filter will cause a lost of power, also a clogged fuel filter will - Yes there are timing marks - but they are on the injector pump & usally don't change unless the hold down is lose. A good injector cleaner is a good idea to use when you fill-up. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Why is my car fine driving in first and2nd but losses power in 3rd gear?
Because as you go into higher gears power tends to decrease. Depending on how many gears you have it will either happen sooner or later. 1st and 2nd are always your most powerful gears though. ...
Do you have to replace a timing belt on a 2001 Mercedes C240 and if so when?
no , there isn't a timing belt it has chain power instead of belt power
Asked in Kawasaki Motorcycles
How old do you have to be to drive the Kawasaki KX125?
It doesnt reall matter how old you are it depends on how tall and how expierienced you are. Id say you should be around 5ft 6"and up to be able to even tip toe on one. A kx125 has quite a bit of power with an explosive powerband. some people even flip them over if they dont know how to ride them. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Why does it take a lot of horse power to get only a little bit more speed?
It actually depends on your rear end. You can replace the gears for speed or power but you really can't have both. If you have speed gears with 500 horses turning them you could strip them and if you have power gears you could still get up to speed with them but you could run into transmission problems. ...
Asked in New Testament
What has the author George Croydon Marks Marks written?
George Croydon Marks Marks has written: 'Hydraulic power engineering' -- subject(s): Hydraulic machinery, Hydraulic motors ...
Asked in Transmissions and Drivetrains
What uses a series of gears to adjust the output speed of the engine?
The transmission uses a series of gears to transmit power to facilitate changes in speed . ...