I found it on my 1995 tracker sitting just in front of the battery. Look for a clump of wires leading into what looks like an unused and capped electrical connector. It's about 3/4 of an inch at widest.
It depending on the Emissions family. On the sticker on your hood you should see a sticker that gives valve clearances, timing and so on. Where it shows you the setting 5 deg. before TDC. There is a symbol of the plug in. it is a rectangular divided into 6 squares. the top left is blank, no wire into the back. Two more in top and then three on the bottom. You put a jumper from the bottom left to the bottom middle. This should shoe on your plug diagram as a black line from on to the other. The plug in holes a tiny, so I usually strip out a piece of stranded wire and take two or three strands to use as a jumper.
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The 2003 Chevrolet Tracker 2.0 liter 4 cylinder must have a timing CHAIN The Gates website does not list a timing belt for it
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The timing connector is in the pasenger side under the carpet shuld be a brown cable
ground the diagnostic connector under the dash , set the timing , then unplug connector
Timing connector is located rightside passenger floor where the carpet meets the firewall inside
The 1996 Geo Tracker 1.6 liter engine timing marks can be found on the outside of the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the pulley.
If you are asking where MIL is it is under hood on passenger side Blue/Yellow wire and Black wire. As far as timing notch on crank pulley,paint white, connect timing gun,8 degrees BTDC @800 rpm,if off loosen distributer bolt and adjust accordingly. This is assuming all other components are in working order timing belt etc.
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8 degrees BTDC
You don't, it is controlled by the ECM.
the location of the connector for setting the timing is located behind the glovebox on this truck not on the firewall as with older efi trucks
The 1.6 liter four cylinder has a timing BELT and the 2.0 liter four cylinder has a timing CHAIN
It isn't adjustable. It is controled by the computer
The 1.6 liter , 4 cylinder , has a timing BELT and the 2.0 liter , 4 cylinder has a timing CHAIN
0 deg -or- TDC With the distributor timing connector disconnected.
Timing light. The instructions are on the engine hood.
your truck does not have a bypass connector
When it is disconnected it puts the electronic timing control module in limp mode,and then you can set the timing with a timing light.
It's at at the top of the engine between the end of the valve cover and firewall. It has 1 connector coming out of it. It is adjustable. That's how you set your timing.. by loosening a single bolt on the drivers side, you can make adjustments.
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