how do you adjust timing on a 50 hp 1985 Yamaha outboard motor
You adjust idle with idle timing
how do u check timing in a 40 hp yamaha 2 stroke
it is a knock sensor that is used to adjust the ignition timing.
clean on the front of the pump on top where it bolts on the motor there are timing marks there line up the long marks to set the timing.
It depends if it is an OHV(pushrod motor) or a s.o.h.c./d.o.h.c. motor. Ohv engines can have a timing chain set that allow for adjustment, to be installed. You can also install crank keyways that adjust the timing by moving the crank cam gear the required degree/s. Overhead cam engines can have cam gears installed that allow for cam adjustments.
Yes, it is.
Pull that rubber plug in the front of the motor above off t the left of the header I think it sais hi or low hit it w a timing gun and adjust timing
I will assume you asking about a petrol motor... usually its incorrect timing settings, find out what the timing setting should be, then adjust to suit a leaky exhaust system will also cause this
what are the timing marks on a chev 305 motor for the year 1995.
dont know what you want to adjust? speed? depth? indicator light?
The timing chain tensioner bolt sticks out the back left side of the cylinder head. Take the timing chain cover off on the left side of the motor too see the inside to the chain tensioner.
You don't adjust timing belts or chains. They have a spring load device built in to keep them at the correct tenson. You replace belts or chains. Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For Information & Contact Details.
Yes. You do not have to remove the head.
this has been a problem that has been going on from the beginning. the timing can not keep up with your foot. when you press the gas, the timing adjust to accommodate. G. M. has found a solution, VARIABLE TIMING. it adjust on the fly, it is hydraulic controlled, using the motor oil. it is not easy to work on, needs special tools and training, but it works great. this feature it part of the new VORTEC ENGINE.
the timing marks are on the cam and crank gears in the timing case.
On the timing belt side of the motor. On the timing belt side of the motor.
Every motor I know of has the timing chain in front directly under the water pump. The timing chain goes from the crankshaft to the cam or cams.
it has a timing chain
show me how set the timing on a Cleveland motor
where are the timing chain marks
No it has a Timing chain
Most newer cars 1990 up the timing is controlled by the computer. Read the tag under the hood that tells what motor is the the car it will probably say do not attempt to adjust timing.That is partially correct. The computer controls timing once the initial timing has been set. You can set the initial timing. You need a timing light. Basically you set up the timing light per its instructions and loosen the distributor hold down bolt/nut. Remove spout, start car and check timing with your light. You can move the distributor slightly to adjust the timing and tighten down when you are where you want to be. I would not go above 14 degrees and if you go there use premium fuel. HTH
The 1998 Ford 5.4 Triton motor has a timing chain on it. The timing chain kits cost around $70 each.