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How to identify the TDC notch on the pulley There are seven rusted notches you need the info for adjust timing for Nissan Quest 1995?

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2005-10-02 16:44:59
2005-10-02 16:44:59

I've come across situations like that and about the only thing I could think of was to pull spark plug #1, put a small rod or long screwdriver down the cylinder and turn the crankshaft pully SLOWLY AND BY HAND while I watched the rod move up or down. Once the rod got to the top and started to move back down I turned the pully backward and then carefully positioned the pully to the point where the rod was at it's highest point. I then did something to the mark on the pully so that I would know which was the indicator for #1, either a chalk mark or a little extra filing on the pully.

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