Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Montero
The procedure from the manual is not clear on direction. Is the #1 cylinder suppose to be at tdc when the four timing marks on the camshafts and the other one on the crankshaft are all aligned up or is the crankshaft suppose to be rotated one revolution but still all 5 marks line up. Thanks. my name is Rick.
IF U BROKE THIS BELT WHILE DRIVING U HAVE BENT THE VALVES IN THE ENGINE, THIS IS WHAT IS CALLED AN INTERFERENCE DESIGN ENGINE, THAT MEANS WHEN THE TIMING BELT BREAKS THE PISTONS HIT THE ENGINES VALVES
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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SOURCE: On the Mitsubishi 4G54. How do you align the timing mark on the Camshaft sprocket with the timing mark on the Crankshaft sprocket. Or If already installed (with tappet cover removed and crankshaft at
you need to have the motor on top dead centre, and on compression stroke number one cylinder. That is the starting pointthis link will take you to a site that explains how the timing is sethttp://www.samarins.com/glossary/dohc.html
I hope this helpsregards
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
Yes you can. Best way to fix the problem.
Posted on Oct 16, 2012
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