yes the camshaft position is delay to de correct posision bank 1
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I'm not sure what the person above is trying to say.
Camshaft Position Timing Over Retarded
This is almost always caused by a bad timing belt. It can also be caused by a bad camshaft sensor (usually sets a P0340 code so isn't likely), or improper oil weight. Anything over a 30 weight oil will cause VCT issues. Also, debris in the oil system will interfere with the VCT. The code can also be caused by a faulty VCT solenoid.
Incorrect timing can cause several problems. One of which is high idling. 5000 rpm sounds high though, there may be other problems as well.
These have a timing belt . They stretch out and yours is old . If you can not time it or it is mis firing for no other reason , then it is most likely bad .
The 2.7L has a timing chain. All other engines have a timing belt.The 2.7L has a timing chain. All other engines have a timing belt.
the only timing marks are on the timing belt pulleys for installation of new timing belt other than that timing is not adjustable.
one mark is used for inductive timing with a special timing tool and the other is for a conventional timing light
The answer you got was incorrect. 1998 Maximas have a 3.0L V6 with a timing *chain*. You do not replace the chain on any kind of regular maintenance interval. It will probably last about as long as the camshafts, in other words, the life of the engine, which is upwards of 200K miles in these cars if they are treated well.
9 is the correct answer due to order of operations. Other answers are incorrect.
The 3.5 has a timing belt. All other engines have timing chains.
Timing marks are on the sprockets and on the timing belt itself. No other marks are necessary.
Number cause is a vacuum leak. However, there are several engine tuning issues that can cause it.... Incorrect idle mixture, fouled spark plug, incorrect ignition timing or dwell. You name it. But I've found that sizable vacuum leaks cause it more often than any other single cause.
There isn't a "timing" on a 400ex or any other atv. There is a timing CHAIN, and timing chain tensioner. -my400ex89 "go big or go home"
The 4.0 L has a timing belt. All other engines have a timing chain.
If you have insufficient clearance, the pistons hit the valves, followed by the predictable parts damage. On the other hand, if you have too much clearance, the engine will run, but it won't achieve anything close to its performance potential.
3.3L and 3.8L engines have a timing chain. All other engines have timing belts
3.3L and 3.8L engines have a timing chain. All other engines have timing belts.
The 2.7L has a chain. All other engines have a timing belt.
The timing on that engine is computer controlled. It requires an engine scanner to set the timing. No other way.
The timing marks for a 2002 Ford Explorer are located on the timing chain and cam shaft sprocket. They must be aligned with each other to set the initial timing.
When it breaks. Or when you need to get in there for some other reason, like cam or crank work. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. My timing chain has been rolling along for 100K, and I've heard of many at 150K.
the most common cause is incorrect ignition timing. your spark plug wires are in the wrong order or your distributor is misadjusted, whoever did your tune up last time is responsible for the problem. Otherwise it would be caused by a misaligned valve timing chain or belt. If it ran before or while it shot fire out the intake, its probly not the timing chain/belt. if you recently removed or replaced that, you should be smart enough to correctly adjust ignition timing. Only other cause is a bent intake valve (least likely).
A 2.7L has a chain, all other engines have a belt.
DiscountAutoParts.com offers a Trans Am Timing Belt if the brand of your car is a PONTIAC. They also provide a description of the timing belt, for example warnings and other names for the timing belt.