The 1995 & later Optispark distributor has about a 2" diameter wheel with three circular depressions and three rectangular depressions. On closer inspection, you'll note the only one of the three rectangular depressions is a true rectangle. The other two are more of an hour glass shape. The dowel pin on the camshaft's end must be inserted into the depression that is a true rectangular shape. Leave the cap off the distributor before engaging the pin in the slot and you'll be able to turn the rotor on the distributor and make aligning them MUCH easier! If you get them properly engaged, the mounting tabs of the distributor should sit nicely on the mounting bosses of the timing cover. If the tabs and bosses don't touch, the pin isn't properly inserted into the correct slot on the distributor.
The camshaft sensor is located in the distributor. I believe you have to replace the hole distributor.
Some of the 1992 Rangers had the camshaft position sensor on top of the engine in the same hole where the distributor used to be. Some Ranger engines did not use a camshaft sensor at all.
There is a tapped hole next to the distributor hole in the intake manifold.
slip a wooden dowel or similar object into the the "empty " end of the metal ferrule. the dowel should be a smaller diameter the hole.. hold the ferrule and tap the dowel with a hammer.. I assume the pole is damaged and you want to reuse the ferrule
From personal experience, wrist curls and roll ups/downs (take a 1 inch dowel, attach a weight to a string and tie it through a hole in the center =o= of the dowel. Alternately roll the string and weight up on the dowel and then back down).
Adowel is a solid cylindrical rod, usually made of wood, plastic or metal. In its original manufactured form, dowel is called dowel rod.Dowel rod is employed in numerous, diverse applications. It is used to form axles in toys, as detents on gymnastics grips, as knitting needles and as structural reinforcement in cabinet making. Dowel rod is often cut into short lengths called dowel pins, which are used in various ways:As shelf supports in furniture.As moveable pieces (i.e., pegs) in games.As supports for hanging items such as keyrings and tools.To secure two objects together with precise alignment in a dowel joint: a hole is bored in both objects and the dowel pin is inserted into the aligned holes.
Fig. 11 Valve Timing MarksRemove engine front cover as outlined previously.Remove crankshaft oil slinger.Crank engine until timing marks on sprockets are in alignment, Fig. 11.Remove three camshaft to sprocket bolts.Remove camshaft sprocket and timing chain together. Sprocket is a light press fit on camshaft for approximately 1/8 inch. If sprocket does not come off easily, a light blow with a plastic hammer on the lower edge of the sprocket should dislodge it.If crankshaft sprocket is to be replaced, remove it with a suitable gear puller. Install new sprocket, aligning key and keyway.Install chain on camshaft sprocket. Hold sprocket vertical with chain hanging below and shift around to align the timing marks on sprockets.Align dowel in camshaft with dowel hole in sprocket and install sprocket on camshaft. Do not attempt to drive sprocket on camshaft as welch plug at rear of engine can be dislodged.Draw sprocket onto camshaft, using the three mounting bolts. Tighten to specifications.Lubricate timing chain with engine oil and install cover.
it is used to connect a wood to another by sticking it through a hole. it also can be used for making a curtain. M.A
in wood, drill a hole so a wooden dowel can be firmly tapped into hole. In metal, you can use a welder to fill in the hole, or thread the hole, cover a threaded screw with "non-serviceable" lock-tight, put the screw in the hole, cut off the head, and grind flush.
There should be a hole in the camshaft that aligns with a hole in the head. That locks the camshaft to #1TDC. Then manually turn the crankshaft until the #1 piston is at TDC. Then install the head and timing chain.
The engine must be at top dead center (TDC) on the #1 cylinder. TDC is on the compression stroke. You are setting it on the exhaust stroke. Remove all spark plugs and slowly turn the engine over by hand. With your finger or a compression gage over the # 1 piston hole, when you feel or see compression you are on the compression stroke, Place a small wooden dowel rod about 8" long inside the #1 spark plug hole and touch the top of the piston. When the dowel moves to the top you are at TDC. Now set the distributor so the rotor is pointing to the # 1 spark plug connection.
As you face the engine the first spark plug wire on your left is connected tot he first cylinder. Trace it back to the distributor and you will have the proper hole. If you have no wires connected then it is usually positioned at about 1 oclock as you face the distributor. (assuming the distributor is properly positioned)
If you mean the hole behind the camshaft between the valve cover & the head, then you remove the valve cover, install a new plug & valve cover gasket, and reinstall the valve cover. The part number for the plug is 1336763.
Maybe the coil pack don't know what hole you are talking about
The crankshaft itself has no marks, the crankshaft pulley has one, it's white color. The same is true for the camshaft, it has no marks. But the camshaft pulley has a hole in it. That hole must alighed with the mark behind the pulley and the crankshaft should alighed with its own mark and the camshaft in the same time.
if you mean locking,as in the fitting of timing belt,it is a round hole,inside elongated hole,nearest the bulkhead
There is a tapped hole on the rear rail near the distributor hole.
Typical: Remove distributor. Use punch to tap roll pin from gear at base of distributor. Use an arbor press (not a hammer) to press distributor mainshaft out of gear. Shaft will then easily come free of the distributor. If a hammer is used, now replace the complete distributor. Unbolt the pickup and replace. Reinstall shaft and gear being sure that gear hole aligns with shaft hole. Install a new roll pin. Install in vehicle. Set ignition timing.
Look for the hole into which the distributor is to go, assuming that it is a bare block you're talking about: the distributor goes up front. jb
You can try to drill out the center of it, but, you have to make sure not to take out the threads of the item the bolt is screwed into. You would then try to get out the rest of the remains of the bolt out. There are numerous ways to do this. I have had luck using a nail or screwing a wooden dowel into the hole where the metal digs into the softer wood and then I unscrew the dowel and the shaving have come out.
there should be a clamp right behind the distributor. it will be hard to get to because it is in a hole
1993 Ford Escort 1.9 Liter Engine Spark Plug to Distributor Cap Wire Order: Looking at the engine from the front of the car, the distributor cap is to the right of the engine (or on the driver's side of the car looking from the front of the car. The spark plug wires come from each spark plug and terminate on the distributor cap. They plug in to the distributor cap. Looking at the engine from the front of the car, the spark plugs (left to right) are identified as spark plug "A", spark plug "B", spark plug "C" and spark plug "D". "A" wire comes from the "A" spark plug to the 4th (right most) hole on the distributor cap; "B" wire comes from the "B" spark plug to the 3rd (2nd right most) hole on the distributor cap; "C" wire comes from the "C" spark plug to the 2nd (left most) hole on the distributor cap and the "D" wire comes from the "D" spark plug to the left most hole on the distributor cap.
Use a drill bit that works on brick, drill a hole big enough to hold a metal dowel that will hold the screw that holds the numbers.