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Top dead center timing marks on cam sprockets

Need to know the top dead center marks for the pt cruiser

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SOURCE: PT Cruiser timing belt

EVERY 90K

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SOURCE: timing belt on 2001 pt cruiser went

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that 2.0 litre engine there is enough space between valves and pistons, even the belt goes broken.

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You can connect the - or negative to the negative on the battery or whereever it will reach on the engine or body. The engine and battery are preferable. Just be sure it makes good contact, bare shiny metal is best, a quick rub with a file or sandpaper before you hook up is a good idea. Watch the guage on the charger as youwiggle the charger cables to see if it moves higher. If it does, clean up your contact points. Hope this helps.

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the cam sensor is near the battery. it is on the end of the cylinder head rear. you should have a code po340 if the cam sensor is bad. get someone to scan it before replacing the sensor . check under the car for a wire rubbing on the cv shaft that goes to the crank sensor.

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