Should be 12 degrees before top dead center
In most situations, TDC or top dead center The Chrysler 2.7L being one exception.
There's no point in replacing the piston rings. You have to completely remove and disassemble the engine in order to reach the rings. In light of the fact that you didn't know this, you should have the ENGINE replaced by a qualified technician.
#1 piston should be at TDC and both valves closed (compression stroke)
The gap should be closed on piston rings because of if there will gap on piston rigs it cause leakage of gasses which are produced by the ignition of air-fule mixture to provide force on piston by which piston reciprocate in piston chamber, it provide power stroke. If there will be gap on piston rings power stroke will not be provide...... AMIT DAGAR
Bring number one cylinder to top dead center. Make Sher you on the compression stroke. If not your 360 degrees off with you piston setting for tdc. Make Sher that the distributor rotor is pointing at number one wire on the cap. That should put you in time.
should be passengerside front,(right behind alt.
piston should have an arrow on the top .It should be pointing toward the exhaust pipe or the front of machine.
should be on the driver side, right under the vin number.
The number that gets you to the highest setting without seeing condensation on your windows in the winter. Should shoot for around 25-30% humididty.
Yes the rotor should be pointing to the #1 cylinder when you are installing the distributor.
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Remove the wheel, and brake assembly (4 bolts on back of calipers) be sure to hang the brake piston so that it does not hang by the brake line, remove the rotor, clean and inspect all parts including brake pads. Open the brake fluid resivoir, get a c-clamp or a piston depressor to push the brake piston back in. This should take about 15 seconds to SLOWLY push the piston in. Re-assemble brakes and repeat on other side.
make sure that the number 1 piston is at tdc on the compression stroke, then look and make sure the rotor is pointing at number 1. if not lift the distributor up and turn it towards the number 1 cylinder and put the number 1 wire on the cap were number 1 is, then wire it 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 clockwise It probably means that the piston is between the exhaust and intake cycle and that you need to turn the crankcase 360 degrees. That should put the distributor in the right place.
There should be a arrow on top of the piston close to the pistons edge. Your top ring's gap should be on same side as arrow. Then alternate next ring 180 degrees from last gap. The arrow should facing forward when installed into the jug.
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well there should be an arow on the top of the piston which points to the exuast
the rotor should be pointing towards the number one plug position on the distributor cap, and the engine should be on compression stroke. If its not the motor will be 180 degrees out
Should be relationship between highest and lowest not actual number High should not be more than 10% difference between lowest
With it out, rotate the motor over until the number one piston is at top dead center, on the compression stroke. The piston should be at top, with the timing tab and balancer on th 0 degree mark. Then drop it in where the rotor is pointing at the number one cylinder. This is also number on on the cap. The timing will be close enough to start the motor and set with a timing light. You can pull out the number one spark plug and feed a coat hanger wire in the hole to "feel" the piston move up and down as someone manual rotates the motor over. With it out, rotate the motor over until the number one piston is at top dead center, on the compression stroke. The piston should be at top, with the timing tab and balancer on th 0 degree mark. Then drop it in where the rotor is pointing at the number one cylinder. This is also number on on the cap. The timing will be close enough to start the motor and set with a timing light. You can pull out the number one spark plug and feed a coat hanger wire in the hole to "feel" the piston move up and down as someone manual rotates the motor over.
any setting you wantany setting you want
no.1 intake valve should be opening
The easiest way to find it is to set #1 piston at TDC and see where the rotor is pointing, it should be pointing to number 1 terminal on the distributor cap.
look aroundthe piston head should be there!