how do i adjust my distributor for timing
tdc 12 degrees
what is the firing order 4hf1 engine
what are the timing marks and firing order for a 94 transport 3.1
On the transaxle(transmission) bell housing, on the driver's side. there should be a little window cut out on the top there are some notches there. That's the timing marks.
There are at least three timing marks. One is on the camshaft, and it defines the firing time and must aligned with another mark which is on the crankshaft and defines when pistons are in their top position.
need cylinder order for 351 wins
you missed your timing marks by at lest 180 degrees do it again. be alert its a fun one to do
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
You may have lined up the timing marks, but I have had some cars that if you don't have the slack on the correct side of the tensioner pully, when you tighten the belt it causes the camshaft to move about 1 tooth off making it out of time. Check the timing marks again.
the marks are very vague and hard to see, the timing is a little more complicated than some this size. Its supposed to be 10 degrees out and the cam has an awkward hole that has to be straight up. the other timing marks on the intermittent and the crank should be facing each other, still the marks are hard to see on them so be careful and good luck. If you add chalk to where the timing marks are on the crankshaft with chalk and wipe the excess off, this will make the timing marks easier to see. The marks are recessed in the crank and the chalk will fill them up. Hope this helps you!
The timing marks on your Isuzu 4hf1 engine can be set by looking at the timing marks on the timing belt pulley. The timing belt marks are facing towards the front of the automobile.