There's a small notch cut out in the outer edge of the crank pulley. Mark this with some bright white or yellow paint, chalk or soapstone. then check where the timing should be set according to the sticker under the hood and align this mark with the correct position on your timing tab on the lower timing cover.
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.
Line crank shaft pulley timing mark on tc mark on timing belt cover. Look at cam shaft timing belt sprocket and locate the small triangle (not diamond shape) located on the plate attached to the timing sprocket. Referencing the timing sprocket look approximately at 5:00 o'clock under the timing sprocket and locate the other small triangle. Line these 2 marks up. Put timing belt on. Make sure the cam shaft sprocket and crank shaft sprocket do not turn while installing the belt. The crank shaft pulley must be removed in order to get the timing belt on.
Where do you set crank and cam shaft marks to set timing on a 1996 Nissan Pathfinder?" Did the timing belt snap ? if so the engine will have bent valves and require more work than just the belt. This is timing belt job is not one for the inexperienced diy mechanic. Not trying to be a wise guy, but get the manual, the timing mark set up isn't a simple explanation .
I don't have pictures. There are six pulleys that the belt goes around. There are timing marks on the valve cover toward the timing belt on the front and on the rear. From the rear the marks are two o'clock and ten o'clock. Then two o'clock ten o'clock on the front valve cover. On the crank, it's at one o'clock. However there are marks to show all the timing marks. If changing the timing belt, start on the front and back around the rear down to the crank shaft.
Turn crank till number one cylinder is at top dead center on compression stroke. Both intake and exhaust valves will be closed. Turn cam till key way on cam sprocket is at 12 oclock position as well the crank shaft key way should also be at 12 o'clock position. Install crank shaft timing sprocket and cam sprocket with timing marks facing outward. The cam mark should be at about the 3 o'clock position and the crank mark will be about the 5 o'clock position. Look at the timing chain and find the two links that are a different color install chain so as to match these two links to timing marks on sprockets. Install guides and tensioner .
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