first put cyl number 1 at top dead center there will be a hole in the top of the pulley it should be up with the valve cover nipple from the gasket. go look underneith there will be a little line in the pulley then on the shaft that goes in the oil pan there is a little circle those two must line up or the timing is off
where are the timing marks on a 94 2.5 dodge shadow es
1994 dodge shadow has a timing belt located on the right hand side of the motor. I know as I just installed a new head on my shadow.
No! I just got done replacing the water pump in my '93 shadow. Although it looks as though you might have to remove the timing belt, you don't! Which is good news, I know.
The timing marks on a 93 Dodge Colt with a 1.5 liter engine are located on the timing chain and the cam sprocket. They must line up with each other to ensure proper initial timing.
The fuel filter and lines are in front of the tank on a Dodge Shadow.
timing marks dodge 2.2 engine how to set them
The timing belt has failed.
it might be broken.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches
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It was built with R12, can be coverted to R134a
This engine holds 4.5 qts.
directly uder the drivers left knee cap
It is driven by the timing belt inside the engine.
under the housing where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine
inside , drven by the timing belt
on bell housing of trans where engine&trans atatch
Probably timing belt is worn out or jumped a tooth
In behind the valve timing belt. You will not be able to see it unless you take apart the timing belt cover.
Inside the front of the transmission. The torque converter sits up against it.
Ya i just did one on my 93 dodge and ill never do it again just take it to the dealer and pay the extra money because its a pain that's the best i got for you
Answer to this depends upon which timing you want to change. 1. If you want to change the igition timing, this is done by loosening the distibutor. You will need a timing light. You can ususally get service manuals at the local library to give you the procedure. 2. If you want to change the cam timing, this will require you to remove the timing belt. If the cam timing has changed, it is likely because the timing belt is failing. This is very common once the timing belt has anywhere between 45k and 60k miles on it. You are best to replace the belt if it is worn enough to jump timing.
You cycle ignition on, off,on,off,on and count the blinks.