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Where my timing mark suppost to be at 10 deg bftc or on the mark

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There is a diagram available from the parts store or on line that shows a straight line which crosses the crankshaft marks and the intermediate shaft marks on center with each other and the position of the camshaft marks up top..usually a hole inthe cam sproket..my 92 dodge is like this and I have changed the belt 5 times in 300,000 miles...line up the crankshaft mark on top dead center of no. 1 cylinder..(timing mark will be visible in transmission window on the rear of the engine turn by hand using a socket on the crank bolt until tdc on no.1 then line up distributor innermediate shaft usually up and right of the crankshaft, according to diagram , them line up the cam markers accordingly.. install and tighten the belt to specs..it should start up or at least fire at this point but do not run very long(under five minutes or it will get too hot due to no waterpump operation..good luck..

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When i plugged in power it make like electrical bomb with bad smell and it didn't turn on after that.

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The rotor should be pointing at the No. 1 plug wire on the compression stoke. Thats as to say, turn the engine over by hand or wrench until you fill compressing from the #1 cyl. by holding your finger on it while manually rotating the engine. ( may need asst) When you feel the compression that means your coming up on TDC ( top dead center) of the compression stoke. Now turning the engine the same direction align the timing marks on the harmonic bal. to TDC 0 degree's. Lift off the distributer cap and the rotor should be pointing at the wire that goes to the number 1 plug. 96ac440.png

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