Just guessing but I would say someone worked on the engine and didn't get something right. Option 1 Timing Chain was replaced and the marks on the gears were not aligned correctly. Option 2 The distributor was replaced and not lined up correctly with the piston on the compression stroke instead of the exhaust stroke. Good Luck and Remember.
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There should be a mark on your crankshaft pulley and several marks on the lower timing cover. You may have to clean them off in order to see them.
The timing marks are located on the flywheel and are visible through the access hole in the transaxle case. On manual transmission vehicles, the timing cover plate must be removed in order to view the timing marks and adjust the timing.
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On the 3 cylinder model the firing order is 1-3-2
hi im trying to find the timing order on a 94 lexus es 300
Timing marks? There is a timing mark on the main crankshaft pulley as well as marks on the timing belt cover to line it up with. There is also marks on the cam gear, with the #1 and that arrow being most important, as well as an arrow or other mark on the cylinder head to line it up with. All of these need to line up in order for the timing to be correct. Then the distributor can be moved left or right to fine tune the timing to spec.. -Shaun
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The timing belt marks on a 1994 Honda Civic are found on the cam shafts. The arrows will needed to be point a TDC in order to install the belt properly.
Hello Camshaft timing marks work in correspondance with the crankshaft timing marks, when setting the timing on your vehicle it is very important that the camshaft and crankshaft are set correctly, usually using pins, or locks to hold in position when fitting a new timing belt. This insures that the pistons and valves do not come in contact with each other when running and the inlet and exhaust valves open in the correct order. hope this helps. Colin.
If you know which cylinder is number is number 1 depending on whether it is 6 or 8 cylinders depends on the timing marks all you have to do is find the firing order and aling the cylinders in that order.
the rotation is counter clock wise and the firing order is 1-3-2.
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The timing marks are there the one on the cranckshaft is harder to find you'll need to take the pully of the crank for the surp. belt in order to see the timing mark on it. In order to do that you'll have to lock the flywheel in place to losen that bolt its easier if you have two people for that.Dont for get the crank turns twice for everyone turn of the cam so make sure the #1 piston is at TDC. The timing marks are there the one on the cranckshaft is harder to find you'll need to take the pully of the crank for the surp. belt in order to see the timing mark on it. In order to do that you'll have to lock the flywheel in place to losen that bolt its easier if you have two people for that.Dont for get the crank turns twice for everyone turn of the cam so make sure the #1 piston is at TDC.
In order to set the time on a 1990 Daihatsu Rocky SUV the timing belt must first be aligned to the marks on the sprockets. These are located on the front of the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets.
Firing order is 1-3-4-2 Rotor turns clockwise.
Yes ,Cranky tonightResubmit question. do you want to know Fireing order,Which engine size? or were the timing marks are located ? Those nice folks at Mopar put this engine together so fine, that you would not need to see any marks on the outside,for normal tune up.Marks on crank & cam gears,are UNDER timing cover.It is easery if you use your Xray vision!
I depends on engine you have in your car. All timing marks are located on the crankcase pulley, cam pulley and, distributor has timing marks as well. In order to view all timing marks, be sure to have the front bumper removed & timing belt covers removed. In order to turn the crankcase by hand. Have a bottle of whiteout ready to place on timing marks for easy refferance. Always crank your wrench clockwise during timing mark lineup, remove sparkplugs to lose the engines compression. Whatever you do, do not remove the timg belt until you have all refferance marks lined up. At the crankcase, you will notice a permant refferance marker, ture the crankcase until you see a small notch on front of the pully. Once you find it, view the timing marks for the cam pulley. if the notch mark on the pulley don't line up with it's own refferance marker, turn the crankcase till these marks line up together. If they line-up, remove the distributor cap from the distributor and check to see if the rotor button lines-up with the number 1 notch on the car's distributor. If so, it's time to replace the water pump, crankcase seals, camshaft seals and install a new thermostat. Be sure all the pulley are locked into place to keep from moving when installing the new timing belt. To save yourself any headaches, buy a factory manual that has all the torque specs when replacing everything.
In order to do this properly, you need the correct tools as well as an owner's manual and a repair manual for diagrams that show the relevant parts and their names, ignition marks and so on. The manual is also necessary in order to understand some of the terms named here. You should prepare well for this job in order to avoid mistakes which could be serious. Procedure: The engine should be cold. Use the crankshaft pulley bolt to turn the crankshaft and align the timing marks on the crankshaft timing pulley and on the oil pump body. Remove any oil or water on the crankshaft timing pulley,idler pulley and water pump pulley, and keep them clean. Align the installation mark on the timing belt with the drilled mark of the crankshaft timing pulley. Install the timing belt on the crankshaft timing pulley, also on idler and water pump pulleys. Crankshaft Position: Turn the crankshaft pulley, and align its groove with the
You will have to remove the drive belts from the front/ side of engine along with vibration pulley dampener, and accessory drive, then remove timing cover assembly and you will expose the timing belt, ensure that you sent your timing marks and TDC before removing and replacing timing belt, ensure not to rotate engine while timing belt is removed and re assemble in reverse order.
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The ignition timing for a 1989 Geo Metro 1.0L engine is 12 degrees BTDC. (Note, first production year for the Geo Metro was 1989 rather than 1988). In 1988 Chevy did produce the Sprint model ... in which case the timing would be as follows: With 2bbl carb: 6 degrees BTDC for automatic transmission models; 10 degrees BTDC for manual trans models. With fuel injection: 12 degrees BTDC Additional info: Distributor rotation is counter-clockwise; firing order is 1-3-2
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