remove timing cover, on the left cam sprocket(closer to inside of vehicle) you will see the letter (I)for intake and a notch above it on the valve cover align those marks.Next on the right cam sprocket you will see the letter (E) for exhaust and a notch above it on the valve cover align those marks.Last you have a notch on your crank sprocket, align that notch with the arrow just above it.Align all marks then turn belt to revolutions and see if marks are stilled aligned if not try again until you get it right.If so put everything back together and "happy driving!"
How in the heck did you get a v6 engine in a sephia first of all!?!?!?!?
The most likely place on any engine is a thin cover plate on the front of the engine which covers the timing gears
Go to this website: http://www.kiatechinfo.com/index.asp It's free. It has all the engine stuff there. You just need to give them an email address and make up a password.
every system has its own marks and settings. You need to provide make model year engine to get a correct answer
On the front of the engine. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or internet.
how to set your gears for timing belt on 1999 kia sephia
how to set engine timing for mazda t3500
1998 and newer have no timing marks. Timing cannot be adjusted.
The cam timing on a 4.6 SOHC engine is set by aligning the timing marks of the timing chain to the cam sprocket. This sets the initial timing based on factory settings.
The timing on a Saturn engine is fixed - you must line up the TDC marks when you change timing chains. Any variations in spark timing are controlled by the computer.
como encontrar las marcas de un sephia 1999
The timing belt on a 1999 Kia Sephia is changed by removing the timing cover, loosening the tensioner, and pulling the belt off. A new belt is then put in place and then tension reapplied.
Yes, a crank sensor is one of the major sensors used to control engine timing and cylinder firing.
set timing on 2000 Kia Sephia
You fail to list what model KIA and what engine. The only 1999 KIA that has a chain is the Sephia with the 1.8L engine. This is an INTERFERENCE engine and as such, if the belt breaks, serious engine damage will occur. The belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles, except California models which is every 100,000 miles.
This can be done through your settings. It is best to have a professional look through it and do it for you.
no need to set the timing for it automatically set its valve.only the cdi needs timing for they controls the electricity to burn your fuel....
The timing belt may worn out or the adjustment is loose.
dont know if this helps but i have a 2000 sephia and just had timing belt changed yesterday. on the 2000 they change the water pump with the belt. cost us four fifty for both. dont know if this helps but i have a 2000 sephia and just had timing belt changed yesterday. on the 2000 they change the water pump with the belt. cost us four fifty for both.
go 2 www.kiatechinfo.com --- the WEB site is supposed 2 b FREE.
It'll be on the pulley end of the engine somewhere. But you will need to remove the timing belt to gain access to it. I'm not an expert on cars, but I hope I helped a little.
It has a timing belt. And it also has an interference engine. At NAPA's online website, where it shows the timing components for vehicles, you can determine whether it has a timing chain, or belt. And if it has an interference engine, that is usually shown as a comment by the belt (by part # and such). AFTER you have chosen your engine size also. If you do not choose your engine size also, the information by Napa's timing beltwill not show up. And it also appears to not show up as a comment by the OTHER brands of timing belts. I just now figured that last part out! With an interference engine, it often damages a number of internal parts on the engine, if the timing belt snaps, and part of the engine stops, while the other parts of the engine spin freely. --Tom.
what is the cam timing specification for mitsubishi 4M51 engine?
It does not have one. You can not use a timing light on that year engine. The timing is computer controled. You MUST have an engine scanner to set the timing.