Question about 1995 Volkswagen Jetta
Where are the timing marks for a 2.0 vw jetta
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well learn how to time engine with no timing marks,its easy .look on end of cams for a slot or some sort of mark on the cam bearings caps .If you cant find anything then no 1
piston at the top and both valves closed with cam lobes in the air so to speak.dont forget to turn crank twice with a rachet before you evan think of trying to start engine.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: 1997 vw jetta 2.0 timing marks
What about them? Theres one on the crank and one on the cam. Line them up. If not sure, bring #1 to TDC (top dead center), check by removing spark plug and turn over by hand with finger over hole. When air hisses out, carefully place in long 1/4" extension and watch it go up, and when it peaks its at #1 TDC. Marks should now be aligned.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
You may not be full of refrigerant... There is a low pressure switch that prevents the AC from actuating the clutch, and the reason is: IF there is not enough refrigerant, you will not be able to move oil through the system and you will have major damage...so no engauge...
Get the system checked, most likely there is a leak somewhere..
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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