align the crankshaft pulley mark with mark on oil pump housing, and align marks on cam gears with marks on rear cover, then install timing belt.
the timing marks are on the cam and crank gears in the timing case.
The marks should be on the timing cover, there should be 4 grooves on the timing cover at the top, 2 on each side, then you align the cam gears with the marks. Make sure the numbers on the gears are in their respective places- 1,2,3,4.
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When you set to do this on your own, it is critical that you get it right from the beginning, or you risk destroying your engine. The most important thing is to ensure that all the marks on the gears align correctly with the corresponding marks on the timing belt. Wind the engine over by hand to ensure the marks on both sides align properly, before you replace the covers.
You should have two sets of three gears for the cams, the bottom one is the drive gear and they both have 2 marks on them. On the driver side drive gear the mark closest to the center will align with the timing mark on the retainer ( about 9 o clock ) and the passenger side is at 12 o clock. The other two marks should point to 11 and 1 and align with the marks on the two upper gears. The crankshaft timing sprocket has a woodruf key and it will point at 3 oclock, a groove on the crankshaft sprocket will align with the horizontal cast mark on the drivers side of the oil pump body. The marks on the camshaft pulleys will also align with marks on the housing. The solid line on the belt will align with the two cam pulleys marks driver side at one o clock and passenger at 11 o clock
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on the timing gears of the timing belt
There should be advance marks on the harmonic balancer, and timing marks on both timing chain gears.
there are no timing marks on a timing belt. the marks are on the timing gears and yes you can find the pictures needed in a workshop manuel
there should be markings on your timing cover that range from 0 to 16, the flywheel mark needs to be in the center at 8. then the cam pulley mark needs to line up with the groove on the backing plate.
Align the timing marks on the camshaft gears to the notches on the camshaft cover, using the intake gear mark for the intake gear and the exhaust gear mark for the exhaust gear. 38. Align the mark on the crankshaft gear with the notch at the bottom of the rear timing belt cover.
cam timing marks are on the timing gears inside the timing case cover the crank timing gears are located on the harmonic balance (big pulley wheel at bottom of engine on front of crank)
You are changing the timing belt and you need o know where the timing marks are for the cam shaft and the crankshaft on a 1994 corolla Also how do you align the marks to put engine in time?
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If you are asking about timing gears with a belt system, you have to line the timing marks up with the marks on the gears. If you want to know about chain gear alignment please re-ask with vehicle specifics and I can answer that also.
Timing marks are normally on the harmonic balancer if your engine has one. If your engine is internally balanced, the timing marks will be on the timing chain/belt gears.
there are 2 marks on the gears you have to line them up
Timing marks are on the top of the timing gear rear cover. With the cover off, these marks will line up with the timing marks on the intake and exhaust gears when the crankshaft gear timing mark faces down to its mark at the bottom. Good luck!
Timing marks are located on the camshaft of a 1982 Toyota Tercel. The timing marks help correctly align the cams so the cars engine can run properly.
My timing belt slipped on my 1990 tyota 4runner 3.0. The crankshaft mark and camshaft marks do not align. Should i keep the crankshaft aligned and then align the camshaft marks?.
Depending on the vehicle make model etc. There should be timing marks on the gears and then again on the timing belt. You must align the marks on each. Also dependant on make model etc. you may need to look up # of teeth from center to each end and then count to make sure that you are aligning with the proper mark.
Unless you're fortunate enough to find a repair manual, doubt you'll find a diagram. The key in replacing the chain and gears is proper timing mark alignment. Have your timing marks turned towards the left side of the engine (this should be the oil filter side) and there should be twelve pins on the chain between the timing marks on the gears. If you try to align the marks like a later model engine (that is, pointing towards one another) well,...............................