There existent several important timing marks: 1. On the engine, specifically, on the plastic timing belt cover next to crank pulley. If the timing belt cover has never been taken off, in order to see this mark, spray the general area with Engine Brite and hose off immediately to prevent damage to accessory belts. 2. On the crank pulley itself: a red mark (14 deg), and a white mark (18 deg). Again, you may need to wash the grease/dirt from the top of the pulley in order to see these marks with the timing gun. 3. Don't forget to jumper the two-wire service plug under the dash before checking/adjusting the timing. - IB
A timing mark is usually a white line on the timing belt to sync the firing of cylinders in an engine. You can see this line when the engine is turned off or with a timing light also a strobe light when the engine is running.
Get a timing light, they sell them in an auto parts store about 30 bucks, shine it on the surpentine belt, and you should be able to see the mark.
Timing chain. If it had a belt you would see the replacement interval in your manual.
i need to see the diagram fir the timing belt
the cam timing mark is behind the belt front cover,take it off and you will see the mark on the drive cog,the alignement mark is on the back cover at the top. the other timing mark(crank shaft)is behind the pulley,there are no marks on pulley. to align them properly you need to remove the bottom pulley (crankshaft),remove the timing belt cover and timing belt,then align each pulley to their marks,refit bottom pulley and timing belt and check that marks are still aligned on respective positions. if they have moved,take belt off top pulley,aligne marks,refit belt,check again for mis-alignement.one tooth out is allowable on one pulley if o/k refit front cover,start her up.
Most Asian cars tend to have a timing belt. If you have a maintenance schedule, see if there is a timing belt change interval. If so, it is a belt.
There are markings on the camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket. When one is lined up with a notch in the rear timing belt cover, the other should be lined up with the 10 degree mark on the front timing belt cover. Note that you will probably have to remove the front right wheel and splash guard to see one set of markings and the front timing belt cover to see the other.
The 1987 Chevrolet Nova timing belt is located on the front of the engine. You will need to remove the engine cover in order to see the timing belt.
water pump is not driven by timing belt. The belt you see is your serpentine. Your timing belt is sealed. I believe you have an interference engine.. timing belt or chain drives your intake and exhaust gears for your camshafts
there will be a timing mark on the harmonic balancer. and a timing tab on the timing chain cover. point your timing light at the timing tab and you should see the timing mark on balancer. if not timing is way out.markstang.
The timing marks are located under the timing cover (passenger side of block behind the drive belt bracket. It is unneccessary to disassemble your vehicle to see them. Just simpy pull the plastic plug off the top of the timing cover. This is the spy hole where you can see the timing mark. The timing mark is very small and can easily be overlooked. I hope my information helps you out. Take care. -The Docta
No, it's not. The timing belt is hidden under the plastic protection and you cannot see if open the hood. You can see the drive belt when you open the hood, it's on the left side of the engine.
My honda passport 3.2 litter, to set the timing my belt has three timing marks on the outside of the belt, crank the motor over till you see the two belt marks towards the top of the cam shaft or around thier if one is at top the other cam can not be seen so botn cams have to be tilted set both belt marks to the cam shaft marks. When the belt comes off dont get the cams out of phase they tend to unwind a bit, put back. A nd the crank shaft has a green timing mart on it after you pull off the pulley and cover, so match the other timing belt mark on the belt to the crank shaft mark then put the tensioner back on now it is on dead set timing.
No . It uses a timing chain. you can see a diagram of it in the repair information at "AutoZone's" website. The Caravan's with the 4 cylinder engine do use a timing belt.
It has a timing belt. see bottom of page http://www.lemonauto.com/complaints/honda/honda_odyssey.htm at bottom for a recall regarding the timing belts on this vehicle
If you think your Timing Belt broke DO NOT try to crank your car, if you continue to crank you car with a severed timing belt you will cause more damage. The only way you can tell for sure if the timing belt broke is to remove the upper timing cover and inspect the belt. If you see a naked cam sprocket your timing belt has broken and you will most likely need a top end engine rebuild.
when you remove the timing belt covers, its around 11 'Clock on the camshaft and 12 O'clock on the crankshaft.. look varefully, you will see the arrows on the engine block and the dots on the shafts.. make sure it's perfectly aligned BEFORE removing the existing timing belt
take off the timing belt cover and see if your timing belt is not shredded
Are you sure your 2003 Rav 4 has a timing belt? I think you will find it has a timing chain and not a belt. Look in your owner's manual at the maintenance schedule to see if it is listed as a maintenance item.
HOW TO REPLACE A TIMING BELT ON A 1992 ACURA VIGOR? how do you change a timing belt on a 1992 acura vigor 2.5l how do you change a timing belt on a 1992 acura vigor 2.5l -------------------------------- See article at the Acura Vigor Club -- Related Links (below).
There is no timing belt - Windstar engines all have a timing chain. No routine, mileage based replacement required. See "Related Questions" below for more
It has a timing belt. Please see related two part video included below that shows you the removal process.
It has a timing chainSee "Related Questions" below for more
In behind the valve timing belt. You will not be able to see it unless you take apart the timing belt cover.
Behind the timing belt cover, which is behind the serpentine belt you can actually see on the passenger (right) side of the engine compartment. You will need to remove the serpentine belt and numerous other items before accessing the timing belt cover - not easy. New belts are $300.