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.
there are 2 marks on the gears you have to line them up
pull the timing cover back off and make sure that the timing marks on the timing gears are parallel (in line) with each other cuz more than likely the mark is off there fore making your timing out which wont let your rotor line up
Use a spirit level (or even a ruler) and rest it on top of the timing gears. I think you know what to do next.
how do i line up timing gears on 2.8 isuzu trooper
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were are the time marks on the gears thank you clive
the gears come with a dot punched on each, line them up together,the cam one is down to the crankshaft one and the crankshaft one is up to the cam one so that they are exactly in line with each other almost touching each other
Line up the marks on the gears with the off colored links on the timing chain.
If the timing belt broke you probably got some bent valves. but as for puting the timing belt back on, there are marks on the outer edge of the cam and a indention on the valve cover behind it. line those up and on the crank gear blade there is a small v. line that up with the triangle on the engine- around the 10 o'clock position. then you will have to commpress the tensioner and use a small Allen wrench to hold it compressed. then install the timing belt and put the tensioner back and pull the pin. spin it over by hand and make sure the marks line back up
there are marks or dots on each of the gears, two cam, and one crank, that need to line up with notches in the back cover. all three marks lined up with all three notches with the number one piston at tdc in the compression stroke. you can gently rotate the gears using a socket on the bolt at the center.
Remove everything in front of the timing cover. Loosen the oil pan. Remove the timing cover. Replace the chain and gears by lining up the dots on the old gears and installing the new gears with the same alignment. Clean everything real good and put it all back together.
you have to remove the valve cover , the oil pan and the front timing cover. Then line up all the timing marks and remove the tensioners and guides then remove the cam gears and the chain
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!
If you have a 6 cylinder 3.0L the timing marks are located on the crankshaft gear for the timing belt (its just a notch on the rear of the gear just spin it clockwise until you find it) that lines up with a notch that sicks out from the block just above it. The camshaft marks are little arrows on the camshaft gears which line up with little marks on the cover plates that close the back of the gears in (about 1 o'clock)
with no.1 cylinder at top dead center, line up the mark on the cam gear with the mark on the crank,and install the timing chain.
To adjust the timing take off the timing cover,take off belt and then line up the marks on the timing gear.You will need a special tool to hold the gears if it is a DOHC(duel over head cam)
you need to line up the arrows on the cam gears(both pointed to the middle, and the crank gear pointed straight down toward the notch in the timing cover.
remove two piece oil pan and timing oil pump cover and line up the marks on the chain with the marks on the timing gears crankshaft and camshaft sprockets should show similiar in the book...
It has timing chain and gears. NO BELT
the timing or the firing order? the timing gears have 2 dots that line up when the timing is correct at top dead center. the firing order 18436572 and the cylinders are numbered as following, driver side 1357 and pass side 2468
how do you line up timing chain on a 1993 sl1
THERE ARE SMALL HOLES IN THE TIMING GEARS THAT LINE UP WITH MARKS ON THE FRONT OF THE HEAD. When the crank pulley is at TDC on the compression stroke, 'E' & 'I' on the camshaft sprockets should be at 12 o'clock.
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