One is on the crankshaft pulley the other is on the camshaft pulley.
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem
Well there several things that can cause this. The first is an exhaust leak. Have your exhaust inspected. The second is engine misfire due to the timing being off. In turn could cause other problems. If you have a exhaust leak at the engine, you could of burnt a valve. You may have a worn out cam shaft or timing chain. It could be a collapsed lifter, bad valve spring. The first 2 things to check are the exhaust and the engine timing. You need a good mechanic that knows these chevys for your best fix.
They have a timing belt they usually recomend to change it every 50,000 miles. other wise it could more expensive
Incorrect timing can cause several problems. One of which is high idling. 5000 rpm sounds high though, there may be other problems as well.
No, the '99 Toyota Camry has a non-interference engine, where the piston and valve path do not interfere with each other. The timing belt breaking will cause your car to stop working, but will not cause valve damage.
You can't adjust the timing on a 95 Escort. It has an EDIS (Electronic Distributorless Ignition System). Heres how it works. There is a gear behind the crankshaft pulley with some teeth on it. At one place on the gear there is a missing tooth. That tooth when It goes by the CKP (Crankshaft Position Sensor) creates a magnetic impulse which is turned into an electrical impulse by the CKP. The CKP sends a message to the computer about where the timing is. The computer takes in information from other sensors and adjusts the timing accordingly.
If this is the European Escort This engine is classed as an interference engine. In the event of belt failiure the valves meet the pistons causing the valves to bend and possibly other engine damage.
any escort ZX2 engine will fit into other escort ZX2s as there was only one engine offered from 1998-2003, the VCT equipped 2.0l zetec. The only real difference in ZX2 engines was the timing kit used. The early ZX2 (1998-1999.5) used a timing kit which used 3 pulleys. These are usually identified by the early style cam cover with the recess for the installation of a spark plug cover. The later version (1999.5-2003) of the zetec used in the ZX2 used a 2 pulley timing kit. This later version can be identified by the cam cover, either light gray or black, which does not have a provision for a spark plug cover
If it does this in all gears, I bet your clutch is shot. Other things that could cause problems are the Clutch master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder.
your motor could have burnt up, or your relay could be bad, or you could have possibly have a wiring fault
The 2.7L has a timing chain. All other engines have a timing belt.The 2.7L has a timing chain. All other engines have a timing belt.
I have a 2000, and a friend of mine has a 2002. Both lost the timing belt around 50,000 miles ($900 =/- repair). Other than that no problems with either car.
If you're concerned a out bent valves after the timing belt snaps at speed the answer is yes it does have a clearance engine and you should have no trouble replacing the timing belt and continuing on your way.. I mean other then the lack of space to work to replace the belt its a straight forward fix...
If one were looking for a reputable escort in Dallas they could first check The Honest Courtesan. Other places to find reputable escort services include the Directory of Services for Dallas Escorts and Clients.
as long as you have the timing marks set right on the timing chain gears the only other thing it could be is your distriburetor is set wrong.
the only timing marks are on the timing belt pulleys for installation of new timing belt other than that timing is not adjustable.
In order for an internal combustion engine to operate you must have four basic components. #1. SPARK. #2. FUEL. You have these two but need to check the other two. #3. TIMING(both valve timing and spark timing). If it has a distributor and you haven't messed with it then your spark timing is probably ok. Check timing belt. It could have broke or come off. #4. COMPRESSION. You will need a cylinder compression tester to ditermine if this is your problem. Have fun! Chris
if havethe water pump is gonna be under the timing cover and is run by the timing belt your best off hiring someone to do it its gonna be expensive but if u mess up the timing on a car u can destroy the engine if you have any other questions feel freee to email me at email@example.com
one mark is used for inductive timing with a special timing tool and the other is for a conventional timing light
Artery Blockage is really something to be concerned about. It can cause health problems that could cause you to die. Although it could cause you to die itself, it is caused by other things and can effect other parts of the body.
i had a similar problem relating to the timing, engine would just bog down and die. I advanced the timing 5 degrees and it runs great now, lays down rubber like crazy. this may help you out, there are also a lot of other factors of course that could cause your issue.
To lead the person or other, to a direction.
It has a timing chain - and you really need to keep up on your oil changes; dirty oil will cause the chain to wear and stretch, which causes other problems.
Yes , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) both the SOHC and DOHC 2.0 liter engines used in the 1999 Ford Escort are interference engines EDIT -- the DOHC engine used in the escort zx2 is a non-interference engine. The Gates website and any other which mention the zx2 as an interference engine are wrong