If you have a 6 cylinder 3.0L the timing marks are located on the crankshaft gear for the timing belt (its just a notch on the rear of the gear just spin it clockwise until you find it) that lines up with a notch that sicks out from the block just above it. The camshaft marks are little arrows on the camshaft gears which line up with little marks on the cover plates that close the back of the gears in (about 1 o'clock)
what are the vavle timing mark's for a 1994 Plymouth acclaim
Discard the valve all together and plug the vacuum line as if there was no bypass valve
Timing marks determine if the car is set on TDC(Top Dead Center). Just to make sure it is in time use a Timing Light. The timing marks are located on the sprocket under the valve cover and on the crankshaft. Timing marks determine if the car is set on TDC(Top Dead Center). Just to make sure it is in time use a Timing Light. The timing marks are located on the sprocket under the valve cover and on the crankshaft.
there are two kinds of timing marks. one is for ignition timing and one for valve timing.
The timing marks, on your 1.6 liter engine, can be found on the front of the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the pulley.
The timing marks, on your Mitsubishi engine, can be found on the front main pulley. The timing marks will be on the outside edge of the pulley.
The timing marks can assist a mechanic in setting the engine timing. The number one timing marks will set the number one piston so that the number one valve can be properly adjusted.
On the front of the Throttle Body, its held in by 2 Star Screws.
The 1996 Geo Tracker 1.6 liter engine timing marks can be found on the outside of the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the pulley.
No there is no timing marks on the power valve it will only go in one way the power valve opens win your bike hits high rpm get a repair manual it $its 20.00 it will help u alot.
If you are talking about ignition timing there are no marks. The timing is controlled by the computer according to various parmeters of sensors. If you are talking about valve timing the camshaft mark is on the head and the crankshaft mark is on the oil pump housing.
I don't have pictures. There are six pulleys that the belt goes around. There are timing marks on the valve cover toward the timing belt on the front and on the rear. From the rear the marks are two o'clock and ten o'clock. Then two o'clock ten o'clock on the front valve cover. On the crank, it's at one o'clock. However there are marks to show all the timing marks. If changing the timing belt, start on the front and back around the rear down to the crank shaft.
i have a mazda 1994 626 v6 24 valve car and i think the timing belt just broke where are all the timing marks crank shaft and cams?
If the marks on the sprockets line up with the plated links, the timing is correct.
The 1995 Toyota Camry four cylinder engine timing marks can be found on the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the pulley.
located on the cam shafts there are two marks one on each that have to be aligned!
Timing on 1997 pontiac grand am 2.4
A 1994 Plymouth does not have a modulator valve.
The marks on the timing chain gears are not TDC compression. They are TDC exhaust.
I could be wrong, but I have a Vortec 350 in a GMC truck and I think the computer handles the ignition timing. If your talking about valve timing I would assume there are marks on the timing gears like the days of old, but I haven't torn the timing cover off of mine yet.
if the cap is green, your ac system uses R22 coolant. If it's PINK, then it uses R410a coolant
when using a timing light, the marks are usually found on a tab/plate mounted n he engine above the crankcase damper. in timing belt instalation, the marks are place on the valve cover(s), cam sprocket(s) and crank sprocket. it depends on the engine type and the area of "timing" involved.
There are no timing marks, the crankshaft must be TDC and the camshafts have cuts on the end the cut looks central but it isn't, the low side goes to the bottom and should be locked in place.
It usually requires a valve job at the minimum.
You have to set your camshaft at a position of firing at number piston ,that is if the camshaft gear does not have a visible timing marks and in relationship with the crankshaft position it has to be position number one piston at TDC