all timing marks are on the belts and cams. just line them all up and it will be timed
Yes it does, the belt is routed around both of the overhead cams
If your timing chain broke because you spun a cam, you will need an entirely new engine. Be sure to weld the cams, too.
Two cams in a 1.8 ?
The twin cams on a 1997 kia sportage turn clockwise.
there are marks on the timing cover that remains attached to the block and there are arrows on the cams. there is a pointer down by gear on crank and a dimple on gear align these marks
Get bar that fits in slots on end of cams. The bar fits the cams only when at correct timing. At least this is how on 98
The cams should be lined up with its timing mark.
do you mean the cylinder head or the timing gears that mount on the cams .
It uses a timing chain which drives the cams.
no you need timing tools put a timing pin in the block to lock the crankshaft and use the timing tool to lock the cams
There is a special timing chain tool kit that is used to set the engine cams at time with the crank. These tools are expensive and the task is a tedious process, but possible. The tool kit can be purchased by after market tool suppliers like OTC. Good Luck!
it has both a timing chain that drives the intermediate shaft and a timing belt that runs the cams
There is no suck thing as a timing sensor. The timing marks for a escort are not on the cams you must use a straight edge.
I have never heard of a cam belt, but a timing belt does drive the cam or cams
Both, cranshaft to camshaft sprocket, belt, camshaft sprocket to cams, chain.
No, in fact it doesn't carry a timing chain at all. The timing belt is spun by the injection pump which turns the cams via the timing belt
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.
Broken timing belt?
timing is set on a ZX2 by finding top dead center (TDC) on cylinder number 1 and aligning the cams. Once this is done, properly set the tensioner. TDC can be located by using a crankshaft locking tool. the cams can be aligned by inserting a flat piece of steel into the slot on the ends of the cams opposite the end with the cam gears.
There is no timing belt on a 2 litre Vitara. It has chain-driven cams.
it is auto timed thru the cam shaft and crankshaft sensors.You cannot change it. The timing belt has timing marks when you change the belt in which you line up the crank and cams.
depends on the engine if its a single over head cams it has a belt if a dual over head has a chain
iknow were the crank marks are but not the cams
the two cams must be at 12oclock and the crank must be at 6oclock