Where are the timing marks set on a 1994 6-cylinder Dodge Spirit?
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Where do you point the timing light on your 1976 Dodge Tradesman 200 van with 360 V8 when it's not at the harmonic balance?
The timing chain is set by lining up the marks. The distributor is set to 0 degrees with the aid of a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light. The timing chain is set by lining up the marks. The distributor is set to 0 degrees with the aid of a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light.
The cam sprockets have marks, triangles on them near one of the teeth. These are lined up with notches in the rear cover for the timing belt. Some crank sprockets have two marks, one to align with the mark on the block, the other to use to match to marks on an OEM timing belt. After market belts don't usually have this mark.
The 2.5 has timing marks on them you'll have to look hard to find them. The crank and intermediate shaft have marking on them, they have to point to each other and the head cam gear has a small hole in it. That must be at the top location then two of the big holes on the cam gear will have bearing cap center of them. The 3.0 will have a hole stamped on the…
There are 3 marks in total, on the crankshaft key (under the pulley) you will see a little dimple, on the Intermediate shaft......it's on the edge, hugging the teeth, pay attention, it's a very subtle mark, and on the cam shaft cog, you will see a hole, which is misplaced amongst the others, that needs to be a the "12 O'Clock" position when setting timing. A Dodge 2.2 timing marks are the gears in the…