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WHAT ARE THE CORRECT TIMING MARKS FOR HUMMER H3 5CYLAND FIRING ORDER

JUST REDONE THE ENGINE NOW NEED THE CAMSHAFT SETTINGS AND FIRING ORDER FOR HUMMER H3 5CYL

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SOURCE: SETTING TIMING ON 2000 NORTHSTAR ENGINE

Setting the camshaft timing isnecessary whenever the camshaft drive system has been disturbed,meaning the relationship between any chain and sprocket has been lost.Correct timing exists when the crankshaft and intermediate shaftsprocket timing marks are in alignment and all 4 camshaft drive pinsare perpendicular (90 degrees) to the cylinder head surface.

degrees) to the cylinder head surface. 0900c152800a57af.jpg I hope this helps, if not let me know
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SOURCE: need the engine firing order for an Audi A6 2000 model

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SOURCE: I need the timing marks to set the crankshaft to top dead center

1986 Dodge Truck RAM 50 4WD 2.6L 2BL 4cyl

Fig. Timing belt and components-2.0L engine
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Fig. Location and correct alignment of timing marks for the timing belt (camshaft)
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Fig. Timing marks-2.3L diesel engine
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Fig. Timing marks-2.4L engine
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More details, autozone.com (free register). Good luck.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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SOURCE: isuzu trooper 2002 RLV engine. camshaft timing

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I am personally going back to answer your unanswered question.
I do not know if you still need the answer, but I am going to answer it in case you still do.

Click on the following direct Link. It has the Timing Belt Diagrams and Photos with Marks for the Camshaft and Crankshaft that you will need. It also has numerous other helpful diagrams, instructions and photo's for use.

Again my apologies...
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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/2002/make/isuzu/model/trooper/2002_isuzu_trooper_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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SOURCE: i need to set up the camshaft timing marks on a 1994 mazda b2600

its not just the camshaft timing marks you set up, you also have to have the crankshaft timing mark set right to or you may damage your engine
check the internet for the right timing procedure for you model car ok

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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How can i determined the timeng mark of the camshaft in the v6 kia cadenza there is 3timeng marks in one camshaft and this engine is four overhead camshaft


To ensure you don't get the timing expensively wrong I advise vehicle-specific information.

The additional marks could be marks for safe dismantling or assembly or marks for performing a valve timing check or perhaps a cam sprocket made for a variety of models.

It should be relatively easy to determine which mark to use, though you mention nothing about whether other marks are present and which cylinders are served by that camshaft.
Assuming other marks are present and having removed the spark plugs and exposed the valve gear the engine can be set at TDC on the timing cylinder and whatever other marks there is aligned, ensuring the valves of number 1 cylinder are both closed and the cams are in the compression position for that cylinder.

With the engine in this position the valves of the first cylinder in the second half of the firing order should be in the overlap position, which I think is number 4 (I don't have data to hand).

Setting No 1 and No 4 pistons and valves in this way should then indicate which of the three marks are to be used for timing, again assuming there is a static mark to align one of the sprocket marks with.

It isn't unusual for engines built by robots to require setting tools for subsequent maintenance and repair; in other words it isn't unusual for engines built by robots to have no timing marks at all...

Setting an engine timing by logic is really only suitable as an emergency procedure unless verified by TDC finder, degree discs and dial gauges along with valve timing information.
Manufacturer information is a much easier method.

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2001 daewoo lanos Do the timing marks on the camshafts need to meet at every rotation of the crankshaft, or every other. What is the coil order for the spark plug wires


The camshaft marks will line up at every other rotation of the crankshaft. The crank turns two revolutions for every one revolution of the camshaft.

The coil order-do you mean the firing order? It is 1-3-4-2. Cylinders 1 & 4 share one coil. Cylinders 2 & 3 share the other coil. On the coil pack, #1 is to the outside, then # 4 inward of #1. On the other coil, # 3 is to the outside, and # 2 is inward of # 3. (These should be marked or identified on the coils.) So looking at the coil pack, it will be 1-4-2-3. But the firing order is 1-3-4-2, as all 4 cylinder engines are.

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I want to setup timing belt for engine d4bb for Hyundai 1997 with 2 timing belt I need drawing for the timing marks


Most vehicles cogs usually have an arrow on them which points to a marker on the body behind the cog. all cogs must be correctly alligned before starting the engine.

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Resetting timing after replacing head gasket


Do you have the timing belt on and the tensioner set correct? If so, just rotate the crankshaft around until the notch on the crank sprocket is lined up with the pointer on the oil puimp housing (TDC). Now the camshaft sprocket's notch or pointer should be at the top and exactly in line with the mark on the rear timing belt cover. If it's not correct, you'll have to release tension on the belt, remove it, and set the camshaft to the mark. But before you do that, turn the crankshaft back (counterclockwise) just three notches. Then you can turn the cam to line up, then return crank to line up, and continue with belt installation, setting the tension, and re-checking timing marks after rotating the crankshaft a couple of revolutions. Once you know the timing is set to TDC, no further timing adjustments are possible, because the computer controls timing. I don't know how important it is, but just to let you know: Chrysler recommends after belt removal or replacement that one perform the "crankshaft and camshaft relearn alignment procedure" using the DRB scan tool (Chrysler's scanner device) or equivalent scan tool.
And the firing order on all four cylinder engines is the same: 1 3 4 2.
I hope this helps you out. Cheers.

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Diagram_hyundai trajet V6 2.7Ltr engine ( 2000 Model )


  • You want to align the Crank and Cam gears timing mark with the corresponding mark on the engine itself.

  • Camshaft Mark ---


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  • Crankshaft Marks.

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  • Here is your firing order


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  • Hope this helps.

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Recently after replacing the timing belt on my '98 ford escort , it rough idling , any thoughts on what the problem could be? thank you


You have failed to get the Crankshaft and Overhead Camshaft pulleys in perfect alignment when the Belt was located and retensioned. Or the plug leads are on the wrong plug firing order.
You only have be 1 sprocket out on the Camshaft, or +/- degrees out on the Crankshaft, and it will sound like a sack of wrenches. There is also the liability, if it is too far out of Timing sync, there will be Piston on Valve contact. You are probably aware already, that both pulley and sprocket have timing marks, that are specifically marked, on the Engine block, and Cylinder head. Try this method again, without spark plugs in the engine, and be extra careful after positioning the NEW belt, not to let either crank pulley or camshaft sprocket move, when the tensioner is released GENTLY. If all looks OK, then rotate the engine BY HAND a couple of times, and check again to see if BOTH Timing marks are in sync. Then button up everything, replace the spark plugs, make sure the plug leads are on the correct plugs, and fire it up.

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FIRING ORDER DOES NOT MATCH MARKING ON TIMMING BELT


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Had the head redone, new Carb fitted, new distributor cover and leads new spark plugs, crank timing set to mark (0)and cam timing (2e)set to mark on head. the engine swings, fires from the carb, spark on...


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For timing, on 1981 and later 4 cyl engines (from the Haynes manual):
1. Turn camshaft so both valves for #1 cylinder are closed, and turn the crankshaft so #1 piston is at top dead center (woodruff key should be pointing up).
2. Engage the camshaft sprocket (with stamped numbers facing out) into the timing chain, and install the chain around the crankshaft sprocket. The bright links on the chain should be aligned with the timing mark on the crankshaft sprocket (on the right side as you look at it) and with the number "2" stamped into the camshaft sprocket, which should also be on the right side as you look at it.
3. Install the camshaft sprocket onto the camshaft, aligning the camshaft dowel pin with the number "2" hole near the center of the sprocket.

For the firing order and wiring routing for the 8 plug 4 cylinder engine: (Plugs on the intake manifold side are coded "I", and on the exhaust manifold side are coded "E")

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