there should be a dot or line cut in each gear. the cam gear mark should be at the six o'clock position (all the way down) and the crank mark at the 12 o'clock(all the way up). line them up and you should have it made. spin the crank just to be sure the marks mesh correctly
Put the crank shaft at TDC. There is a dot on one of the crank gear teeth. It should be pointing toward the cam gear. Put the cam gear on without the chain. Turn the cam until the hole in the cam gear is pointing toward the crank. In other words, the hole in the cam gear and the dot on the crank gear should be in line. Then simply remove cam gear and apply the chain. The computer does the fine timing. Nothing to adjust.
Get a new timing set (crank gear, cam gear, chain) Install crank gear and turn crank so mark on gear is straight up. Loosely install cam gear, turn so mark on gear is straight down. Remove distributor cap, verify rotor is pointing at #1 plug wire. #1 is drivers side front cylinder. If rotor is 180 degrees out (pointing at #6 wire rather than #1) turn crank one full turn clockwise to bring rotor to #1. Marks on both gears should now be directly adjacent to each other, Crank mark up, cam mark down. Gently remove cam gear so as not to rotate cam. Install chain around crank and cam gear, being sure to maintain mark orientation. Bolt cam gear back in place. Check alignment of timing marks, if they are not right remove cam gear and try again. Torque to spec. Your engine is now at TDC #1 on compression stroke. Should fire right up.
First set the crank shaft gear inline with its pointer or timing mark and do the same with the oil pump, as for the cam gear set up there are two marks. These two marks of indent on the cam gear are to basically be lined up with the brim of the cylinder head. There should be one on the left side and one on the rite side and in between these two marks the word "UP" which is on the cam gear shud be pointin up while the two makrs are dead even with the brim or top of the head. make sure the arms are adjusted on the cam as well
yes they do the cam should be at BDC and the crank should be at TDC YOU CAN DOUBLE CHECK THIS BY MAKING SURE YOUR #1 PISTION IS AT TOP DEAD CENTER ON ITS DOWN STROKENew answer-With #1 piston at TDC. on compression stroke the DOT on crank gear will be at 12 o' clock stright up. With cam gear on cam, turn cam until the DOT on gear is stright down 6 o'clock. Remove cam gear install chain, and put gear back on. DOTS should be stright over top of each other.MAKE SURE THEY OUR IN A STRIGHT LINE WITH EACH OTHER.YOUR DONE
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