The timing marks on a 93 Dodge Colt with a 1.5 liter engine are located on the timing chain and the cam sprocket. They must line up with each other to ensure proper initial timing.
one is on the cam gear and the other is on the crank timing belt gear. spark timing is on the crank to the rear of the engine
It starts better when its warm!
Yes , the 1.5 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1992 Dodge Colt is an interference engine according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. )
1989 dodge colt no start;noid light steady bright
I had the same problem and it is your oxygen sensor.
It is computer controlled and nonadjustable,.
Take out the transmission
Yes, this is an interference engine. The belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.
this question should be in 'automobile' section
It is not a direct fit.
ECM means Engine Control Module. It is the car's computer and controls ignition, spark, timing, emissions etc. A vital part of the car.
Knowing the firing order of a car's engine can help diagnose engine problems. The firing order of a 1987 Dodge Colt Vista is 1-3-4-2.
your bigest problem is the removal of the front pully bolt it is reached though the frame I had to use a torch,then remove all pullys and then the plastic cover there is your belt
Look under the hood for a decal listing the specifications.
Immediately behind the engine.
the 2.4 liter engine is 1,3,4,2
Powertrain control module. (engine brain or computer)
Dodge Colt was created in 1970.
2005 mitsubishi colt timing belt
Chilton manual says 5 degrees after top dead center.
Left top center of the engine (very close to the oil fill cap), it is held in place by a metal bracket attached to the cylinder head.
I have a 93 Dodge Colt GL with the 1.8L engine and automatic transmission. The fuel pump relay is located behind the radio in the center console.