What the the timing marks on the cam and crank on a 1998 Chevy Geo Metro 1.3L?
If you're wanting to set the timing on your car, there's a notch in the pulley on the harmonic balancer and a timing tab on the timing cover. Check your label under the hood for the proper setting. If you're replacing the timing belt, you must have #1 cylinder at top dead position on the compression stroke. You have a timing mark on the cam sprocket that must line up with the v notch on the cam seal cover. Your lower sprocket has a mark that must line up with the mark on the front cover. Buy a Haynes repair manual. They have excellent pictures of these marks and how they must line up.
Im working on a 1998 Chevy Z71 you have to put the distributor in your 350 vortec where is the timing marks on the crank damper for top dead center and do you set the roter button to the number 1 on?
There is a mark on the timing chain cover behind the harmonic balancer(behind the crank pulley). The harmonic balancer also has a slot cut in it so that you can line the crank up with the mark on the timing cover. The mark on the timing cover should sit at the 2 o'clock position or the 12 o'clock position. My 96 Chevy 305 is at the 2 o'clock position.
What do you have to do to make sure we have the timing chain right after changing it on a 92 Chevy S10 blazer 4.3 pci?
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…