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What are the proper timing procedures for a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse with a 2.0 RS model non turbo engine?


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2011-09-13 21:06:14
2011-09-13 21:06:14

If you mean what needs to be done when removing the timing belt. Position the number on piston at top dead center. Get everything out of the way including power steering pump, remove mount, take off timing belt cover and make sure the marks on the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets are set to number 1 cylinder at TDC compression. once they are ligned up remove the timing belt tensioner and take off the belt. Then when you go to put it back on make sure camshafts are still lined up and the crankshaft is at TDC move it 1/2 mark to before TDC. Once you set up the tentioner leave the Allen wrench in there and turn the crankshaft 1/2 mark to TDC to take up the slack in the belt. that's why you left it 1/2 before TDC before. Then make sure you can rotate it by hand clockwise 2 full rotations before starting it.

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