Asked in Daewoo Leganza
How are the cam gears and crankshaft gears aligned on a 2002 Daewoo Leganza?
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Asked in Daewoo
Where is the crankshaft sensor located Daewoo leganza 98?
The crankshaft position sensor is located behind the cam gears. you have to remove the timing belt to get to it. If your not having any problems don't fool with it. This is actually the camshaft sensor, the crankshaft sensor is down near the crankshaft and is the wire that runs up over the timing belt inside cover. It is very hard to reach and not many diagrams on it.
Asked in Toyota Camry
Where are the timing marks on 97 Toyota Camry?
It depends on the kind of engine you have (V6 vs I4). On I4 there 3 marks have to be aligned. One is on the crankshaft pulley and it corresponds to top dead point and two are other are behind the camshaft gears. When all of them are aligned properly you should have see two marks through holes of camshaft gears plus the crankshaft pulley must be at the top dead point (or what ever it's called).
Timing belt for a Daewoo leganza is off?
If you mean the belt fell off the gears while the engine was running, you will have to replace the cylinder head. This is a zero clearance DOHC motor. When timing jumps, slips, or belt slips or breaks, you WILL have broken valves. Be prepared for a lengthy search---even for a salvaged head---Daewoo parts are becoming scarcer by the day---good luck
Asked in Daewoo Leganza
On a Daewoo Leganza 2000 engine is the water pump driven by the timing belt?
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Asked in Chevrolet
How do you line up the timing gears on a 400 Chevy?
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs
1978 350 timing?
You have 2 notches on the timing gears one on the camshaft gear and one on the crankshaft gear. Align them so that the (top) camshaft gear is pointing straight down, and at the same time align the (bottom) crankshaft gear so that it is pointing straight up. The two marks should be perfectly aligned with each other. I almost forgot, make sure your # 1 piston is at "top dead center" before doing this.
Asked in Saturn S-Series
Your 1999 Saturn SC1 manual drivers window is stuck down and the handle just spins you took off the outer door panel to raise it manually but dont know how to get the scissor lift to budge Help?
How to set timing on ZX2?
timing is set on a ZX2 by finding top dead center (TDC) on cylinder number 1 and aligning the cams. Once this is done, properly set the tensioner. TDC can be located by using a crankshaft locking tool. the cams can be aligned by inserting a flat piece of steel into the slot on the ends of the cams opposite the end with the cam gears.
What are cam gears in an engine?
Cam gears are also refered to as sprockets (just another name). A chain or belt that is driven by a crankshaft gear/sprocket turns the cam gear(s)/sprocket(s). In certain high performance applications there is no chain, there are just gears meshing but that is probably not relevant to your question.
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Asked in Mechanical Engineering
How Does Valve Work?
u mean valve of a engine.....? here's the answer... when the crankshaft rotates,then with the help of timing gear the camshaft rotates.timing gears are the gears on crankshaft(pinion) and camshaft(gear). when the cams on the crankshaft rotates it lifts up the follower(during eccentric portion of the cam). follower is connected to a push rod which moves the rocker about a point. rocker presses the valve stem in avalve guide againt the spring pressure. the valve comes down from the valve seat. and our fuel air mixture rushes inside the cylnder. when the non eccentric portion of the cam on the camshaft comes valve stem moves up due to spring pressure. the timing gears are such that they maintain a speed ratio of two between them. it means camshaft has to rotate at half the speed of crankshaft. it is because a valve has to open and close once in every two revolutions of the crankshaft.
Asked in Ford F-150
Does a 1987 Ford F-150 4.9L have a timing chain or Belt or Gears?
Asked in Classic 1964-1978 Ford Mustangs
What is the difference between a camshaft and a crankshaft?
The connecting rods and pistons are connected to the crankshaft. Ignition of the air/fuel mixture in the combustion chamber pushes the pistons down which rotates the crankshaft which generates the engines torque/power. The camshaft controls the opening and closing of the valves which allows the air/fuel mixture to flow in and out of the engine. The camshaft is driven by the crankshaft and is kept in proper sequence by a timing belt/chain or gears.
Asked in Alternators
Does the crankshaft pulley operates belts to turn the alternator and water pump?
Crankshaft Pulleys and Belts Usually, the answer is yes. the crankshaft pulley drives belts which in turn drive auxiliary devices such as alternators, generators, water pumps, smog pumps, power steering pumps, A/C compressors, etc. There are a few occasional exceptions where some auxiliaries are driven by gears connected to gears within the engine. Some of these instances include the engines in heavy construction equipment, agricultural tractors, and large truck tractors.
Replaced timing belt and all idlers and tensioner now has a miss and rough idle car was fine before this Whats up?
How do you set the timing on a 1999 Daewoo?
You dont, timing is adjusted by the computer. You can only align the timing marks on the sprockerts and crankshaft. Actually you can,true timing advancing is made by the computer, but initial setting has to be made to ensure proper acceleration, if you dont , the car will reheat or advence poorly on low gears. +5-10 degrees will do fine for most, but its better to find the specific one for your car