I believe on the car you need a special tool that inserts into the back of the cams to hold them in place. So if your question is "how do I reset the timing after I change gears, belt, or cams," the answer is make sure you get that tool first. Second check to see if there is a spout connector on the car, if there is disconnect that. If you don't know what a spout connecter is, look at the vehic. identifacation sticker, it should give you some info on timing. There it will say if there is a spout connector. When the connector is taken off timing should be as normal marks on the dampner pully with the correct mark of degree. The correct mark of degree is also on the vehic. identifacation sticker.
there is no spout connector you just put a flat bar in the end of the cams to hold them in place and then there are two marks on the crank pulley and you line up the one on the right to the mark below it(on the oil pan).
I am trying to save myself some money and I want to change the serpentine belt on my 1998 ford contour 2 L manual transmission....any ideas out there I would really appreciate any advice.
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20L is 5.28 US gallons.
20L, being less than 5 gallons, just one.
That is 20,000 ml.
it should be at the very bottom of your center console like under the radio
1 of them.
20L is about 5.3 US gallons.
4002 (or) 20L by 20W
Nebuchadnezzar is 20L, that's big.
On average about 20L of water is used when cooking.
Depending on the size of one's backyard, one can generally fit approximately one hundred to two hundred 20L bags of soil in the yard. Again, it depends on the size of the yard.
20L = 676.28 US fl oz
around 20L to 50L
Yes at back of engine and difficult to get to!
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It depends on what tye of fish you are going to keep. What kind of fish are you thinking of getting?