Question about 1992 Dodge Caravan
I had to remove the gear were the timming belt go's on.
And some how my timming so out of timming.
How do line up the marks on the gears. Were are my timming marks.And how do I set the timming.
Was this timing belt replaced just for maintenance/milage schedule? Was van running fine before timing belt was replaced? If so then there's a possibility your timing is off. Sometimes even a tooth or two can cause problems. Don't rule out other possible causes like no spark or no fuel pressure perhaps a blown fuse even. Stranger things have happened. If your 100% sure your valve timing is correct and the van was running fine before the timing belt was replaced you will need to ensure that you also have proper fuel pressure good spark to all cylinders and if you do have good fuel pressure that your injectors are in fact providing fuel to the cylinders. You can check injector pulse (the power and ground signal to your injector ) with a 'noid' light an inexpensive tool that plugs into the injector connector and will flash as you crank your engine. These can be bought at auto parts stores usually. If timing is correct, fuel pressure is good, good spark is present at all cylinders and injectors are working. Then van should start. You will need to find out which one of these are missing causing it not to start. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
well first off, the crank spins twice for each cam spin, so try taking off the belt and try turning the crank 360 degrees and rebuild it again, other wise, a little bad news, the last straus i did a timing belt in, like last month had 3 bent vavles after the water pump siezed up and broke the belt, are you getting good compression on each cylinder, that would be another thing to check, bad or no compression would mean a bent valve or bad piston.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
For the 1986 Dodge Ram 50 2.0L AND 2.6L 4-Cylinders:
For the Timing Marks: Click on the following Link. It has the Position of the Cranshaft and Camshaft and their respective marks.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: change timming belt. where marks
I lost you, stupid computer. Anyhow there are 8 different engines for the dodge colt in the early 1990's I can only assume its the 1.4L, 1.5L or 2.4L. The 1.4L & 1.5L the timing marks are exactly the same. The Cam points to 3:00 marks ther. The crank points almost straight up, slightly to the right, mark on engine cover. The 2.4L has 3 marks, The crank has an alignment mark at approximately 10:00, the cam sprocket points straight up at 12:00 and the idler pulley (to the right of crank shaft pulley) points approximately 11:00. They should all have a notch or mark when aligned. The short secondary belt, the crankshaft should be in the same location 10:00 and the balance shaft (to the left) should be at 9:00. This goes on after of course. Rotate engine 2 full revolutions and recheck marks before starting engine.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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