the timing is off
Your ignition timing is WAY off.
The car engine will be totally inoperative!
If you continue to drive your car while the timing is off,your motor will start to act a little funny.I would NOT suggest you continously drive your car like that.
Your engine timing is off.
NO! This has no effect on the timing belt.
If your timing is off, it's most likely because of the timing belt. I had this problem when I changed my timing belt and took my car apart over 10 times. You have to be dead-on precise when fitting the timing belt. If you are off one notch your timing will be off. It's that precise.
Sounds like the timing is off.
Timing is off.
Shut it off in drive, then put it in park.
As long as she signs off on it, yes.
Your timing belt was not properly installed. It's probably off by a tooth or two.
It is important to recognize the signs of part failure in a car. The signs of a bad rack and pinion are unusual tire wear, the steering is off, and fluid leaking from the front end of the car.
Sure can. Backfiring and very poor performance as well
YOU don't set the timing on a 96, its all computer controlled. If your timing is off then you have a problem somewhere else. So if you timing is truly off then what needs to be fixed is whats causing it to be off. The computer sets the timing based on feedback that it gets from different sensors on and around the motor. And secondly i don't understand how you could even know if the timing was off in that car. But my advice is, if you know the timing is off and its not throwing any trouble codes, take it to a dealer.
You'll damage (probably seriously) the engine and related components such as the transmission and drive-shaft - how bad will depend on how "off" the timing is.
You need to check your timing belt if it is not in time it will not start or run for a little then shut off.
Your car might turn off when you come to a stop because the car has an electrical problem or a problem with the distributor. It might also turn off when you come to a stop because of a timing issue.
timing off, bad plug or wire. Stuck valve
no the car will not start timing has to be set again
The altima uses a timing chain, not a belt.
yes turning the distributer will throw off timing in any car or truch with one
sounds like timing is a bit off!!
timing belt may have snapped