The camshaft pulley mark gets lined up with the middle mark on the inside of the timing cover (you will see three raised marks. One is for retarding the timing the other is for advancing the timing. The one you want is the middle one.) The crankshaft pulley is to be at 0 degrees TOP DEAD CENTER on the compression stroke on cylinder #1. If you have a distributor that is driven by the auxillary shaft, the aux shaft pulley mark should be at the "3 o'clock" position making the distributor rotor at the #1 piston pole or close to it. Afterwards if all was correctly installed using a timing light loosen the distributor bolt and with a timing light make the engine timing 10 degrees BEFORE TOP DEAD CENTER. If you have the Distributorless Ignition System (DIS) there is no distributor and timing is not adjustable.
where to set timing for a 1988 ford ranger 2.2l
how do u change a timing belt on a 94 ford ranger need help
If you mean ignition timing it will be 10 degrees BTC.
go to autozone.com, they offer online manuals with step by step repair
10 degrees BTDC ( unless engine compartment decal shows different )
The 1.6L engine has a single cam pulley, a water pump pulley used to tension the timing belt, and a crankshaft pulley. The pulleys are concealed by a plastic cover with a rubber seal.
check your timing
auxillary shaft? do you mean crankshaft od cam shaft
There is a tensioner pulley that must be removed or pulled out of the way. Get all of the pulleys aligned in the spot s where they need to be. Make sure that when you put the tension back on it that they stay in the correct spots.
The 1993 Acura Legend has a timing belt. For 1991-1994 model years, the manufacturer recommends that the belt be replaced every 90,000 miles or 72 months.
The timing belt on a 1991 Plymouth Acclaim is replaced by removing the engine accessories, removing the timing cover, and taking pressure off the idler pulley. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets, a new belt put in place, and the tension restored.
No , the 2.3 liter four cylinder engine used in a 1991 Ford Ranger is NOT an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etcetera )
Yes, A 1991 civic uses a timing belt, not a timing chain.
Yes , a 1991 Ford Ranger has engines that are fuel injected
the cam/timing belt should be replaced at least every 60,000miles
It has an interference engine. Get that timing belt replaced and do the water pump at the same time.
How much dose it cost to get a timeing belt and a water pump replaced on a 1991 Honda Accord?
The 1991 Lexus ls400 has a timing belt.
Location fuse box on 1991 ford ranger
There are 7 acording to Haynes
Your 1991 Mercury Topaz 2.3 liter has a timing CHAIN
Gates (they make timing belts among other items) recommends changing the timing belt on the 2.3 liter engine in your 1991 Ranger at 60,000 mile intervals if Ford doesn't have a specific recommendation . P.S. I had mine changed at 67,000 miles on my 2.3 L , but I'm not a mechanic / technician and didn't see what my old belt looked like , it was suggested that I have it done by the service writer. (salary/commission)
No, the 2003 manual transmission will not fit a 1991 Ranger.