timing marks are , marks on camshaft sprocket, an on crankshaft sprocket'.
The timing marks for the cam sprocket on a 98 S10 is on the front. The marks for the crank shaft is on the oil pump gear.
the marks have to be pointing each other in the center of the gears
The timing marks on a Nissan 2.4 engine are located on the camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket. The timing belt connects both together which must align perfectly.
the markings on sprocket
3.0 liter timing chains marks
The timing marks on a '97 Dodge Stratus are located on the timing chain and the camshaft sprocket. They must be aligned to set the initial timing.
Timing marks determine if the car is set on TDC(Top Dead Center). Just to make sure it is in time use a Timing Light. The timing marks are located on the sprocket under the valve cover and on the crankshaft. Timing marks determine if the car is set on TDC(Top Dead Center). Just to make sure it is in time use a Timing Light. The timing marks are located on the sprocket under the valve cover and on the crankshaft.
Line crank shaft pulley timing mark on tc mark on timing belt cover. Look at cam shaft timing belt sprocket and locate the small triangle (not diamond shape) located on the plate attached to the timing sprocket. Referencing the timing sprocket look approximately at 5:00 o'clock under the timing sprocket and locate the other small triangle. Line these 2 marks up. Put timing belt on. Make sure the cam shaft sprocket and crank shaft sprocket do not turn while installing the belt. The crank shaft pulley must be removed in order to get the timing belt on.
They are on the inner timing belt cover.
A person can sync the timing belt on a 1990 Rocky SUV by aligning the timing marks. These can be found on both the camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket of the engine.
make sure the camshaft sprocket timing mark is aligned with the upper back cover and cranksaft sprocket timing marks align the crank mark with the cast-in mark on the front seal retainer.
Generally, for most single cam engines, there is a dot or mark on the cam sprocket and a similar mark on the crank sprocket. Point them at each other. the timing marks on the crank and cam sprockets must be lined up with marks on the timing chain in an overhead cam engine
Timing for a 1994 ford ranger with a 2.3 l
The timing marks for a 2002 Ford Explorer are located on the timing chain and cam shaft sprocket. They must be aligned with each other to set the initial timing.
there are no timing marks on a timing belt. the marks are on the timing gears and yes you can find the pictures needed in a workshop manuel
Where are the timing marks on the cam gear on ford 2.9 engine
Your 1998 Mazda 3.1 liter engine does not have timing marks on the crankshaft. The timing marks are on the engine flywheel.
when using a timing light, the marks are usually found on a tab/plate mounted n he engine above the crankcase damper. in timing belt instalation, the marks are place on the valve cover(s), cam sprocket(s) and crank sprocket. it depends on the engine type and the area of "timing" involved.
The timing marks on a 1992 Hyundai 1.5 are lined up by placing the indicators on the cam sprocket and crankshaft sprocket across from each other. This sets the initial timing which determines which determines the synchronization between the engine's internals.
The cam gear timing marks for a Isuzu 320 V6 are located on the cam sprocket and the timing chain itself. The marks must be aligned with each other to ensure proper initial timing.
Look closly at the sprocket and you will see a small dot or indentation,you align both dots (cam and crank sprocket dots)
On a 2001 Smart Car, the timing marks for the timing chain are located along the cam sprocket and the edge of the links. They must be matched together to ensure proper initial timing.
The timing marks on a 1969 Ford 360 should line up between the timing chain and the cam sprocket. This sets the initial timing which can later be adjusted using a timing light.
ON MY 2.2 4CYLINDER ( 1999 ) YOU HAVE TO PULL THE TIMING CHAIN COVER TO SEE THE " TIMING MARKS " . ON THE CRANK SPROCKET IT IS A PUNCH MARK.....ON THE CAM SPROCKET IT IS A SMALL HOLE IN THE SPROCKET . BOTH MUST LINE UP WITH TABS ON THE CHAIN TENSIONER. THE REST OF THE TIMING IS DONE BY CRANK & CAM SENSORS AND THE COMPUTER.