The scale should be up around the 1:00-2:00 position as you are looking through the grill at the crankshaft pulley. We need the setting in degrees!!! You know like Below top dead center BTDC or Above top dead center ATDC !!!!!!!!!!
The 1997 dodge ram doesn't have adjuastable timing if the. The timing is controled by a crankshaft sensor near the transmission bell housing and a cam position sensor in the distributor. the cam position sensor is uned mostly for fuel injection syncronization. The crankshaft position sensor mainly controls ignition timing and is not moveable/adjustable.
Most curling and clothes irons have a setting of 250 degrees. Depending on the iron, 250 degrees can be a low or a high setting.
That is what its supose to do, Computor is advanceing the timing
It's a hot setting . . . at the top end of your iron. Try the "cotton" setting. That should be about 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Caster setting, degrees, +1 to 3. Camber setting, degrees, 0 to +3/4. Toe-in setting, inches, 0 to 1/8".
Camshaft timing marks should be at 12 o'clock aligned with notches on timing belt cover above/aft of cam sprocket. Crankshaft should have timing line on crankshaft position sensor key at 12 o'clock thus causing the arrow on sprocket face to be at 3 o'clock and the sprocket keyway to be at 6 o'clock. Frequently the arrow on the sprocket face is used as the incorrect crankshaft timing mark causing the camshafts to be 180 degrees advanced and a no-start condition where the motor cranks but fights itself on the compression stroke.
The cotton setting on an iron is approximately 193 degrees Fahrenheit.
The crankshaft is the only method of drive for all timing on vehicles, the position of the cylinders in either the combustion or exhaust stroke is crucial in setting the timing of the valves opening and closing. asking about a primary kind of implies that there may be a secondary and there is'nt. In fact everything is driven by the crankshaft, if it does not move then nothing else will either.
72 degrees summer and 68 degrees winter
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Timing on all Briggs & Stratton small engines is set at the factory and non-adjustable. It is determined by the placement of the armature (coil) and position of flywheel on crankshaft. Unless the crankshaft is bent or the flywheel key is sheared (both are possible after an impact or sudden stoppage), timing is perfect. Rough running is likely an intake or mechanical problem.
177 degrees Celsius
There are 15 positions on the violin. It just depends on the place that your fingers are at and that says where the position is