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I need to know where the timing marks is on a 1997 plymouth breeze 2.0 liter


I strongly recommend you consult a repair manual for the timing belt install procedure. Depending if you have a hydraulic or mechanical tensioner for the belt, the procedure is different. If you register for free at www.autozone.com, listing make, model and year, you could find the procedure under "repair guides".
Here is a shortened guide: Align notch of crank sprocket with the arrow on the oil pump housing, then back off 3 notches or teeth, (counterclockwise to back off).
Align notch of cam sprocket with mark on the inner belt cover-it is at top of engine-notch on cam will be almost straight up.
Move crankshaft to 1/2 notch before arrow on oil pump housing. Install belt starting at crankshaft, then around water pump, then around camshaft sprocket last.
Move crank to TDC (notch right with arrow) to take up belt slack.
Reinstall tensioner, and tighten fasteners as follows: Mechanical tensioner-250 inch pounds.
Hydraulic tensioner assembly pulley bolt-50 foot pounds. Hydraulic tensioner assembly and pivot bracket bolt-23 foot pounds.
Remove tensioner plunger pins-for either mechanical or hydraulic tensioners. Tension is correct when plunger pin can be removed and replaced easily.
Rotate crankshaft at least two revolutions, and recheck timing marks.
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I know the info on the tensioner is confusing: why you need to consult a repair manual or register at autozone. You have to compress the plunger on the hydraulic tensioner after removing it and insert a pin (a very small Allen wrench works-5/64 inch Allen wrench). If a mechanical tensioner, you will need an 8 mm Allen wrench to rotate the tensioner counter clockwise (this is before or after removed from engine), the use a 1/8 inch or 3 mm Allen wrench to insert into plunger hole, to hold the tensioner retracted until installed. See what I mean? Post back if unclear...or just find the repair procedure. Sorry, no diagrams available for me. I'm too old and crochety-lol.

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Got code po325 knocksencer/po 506idlecontrolcircuit/ purgevalve?are all on same fuse? my problems w/car are high idle/ check englite some stalling then won t start for several houds


Hello! Forget fuses...The Knock Sensor is designed to detect pinging..and the ECM adjusts the ignition timing and fuel mixture to prevent knocking to continue..
It is very difficult to replace ..however quite easy to test...Lets eliminate it first...See diagram below..Pull the connector plug and measure the Knock Sensors pin to ground (not the connector)..wire color is White...Two pins are shown in the diagram..your engine only has one pin...Set mutimeter on ohms...One meter probe on Knock sensor pin and the other on bare metal chassis ground..Knock sensor should read between 500k and 620K as in K=1000...send results...The use of a fuel too low in octane (a measurement of anti-knock quality) will result in spark knock...Send a comment with results and then we'll look at the idle air fault...Guru...saailer



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Need ecm pinout diagram for a 99 accent... please!!!


i think this pin layout is something like classified information and unless a dealer mechanic answers the question who has access to this information then you have no chance ,This sort of information is kept very close to the chest to stop general mechanics from diagnosing faults with a automotive meter ,even the wires change colours inside the looms sometimes .

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I am guessing you mean the 7 pin trailer tow adapter.

the 7 pin RV plug itself

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1984 ford f-150 4x4 ignition wiring diagram i need to see a break down wire for wire from starter to soloid to voltage regulator new starter new ignition module new started soloid and vechicle will not...


when looking at it from the front the most left is from the battery, now going right from there the little pin is from ignition, basically to flip this giant switch on. next little pin goes to your fuel shut off relay, it will turn on that relay to send power to your pump while cranking, next is the large out. far right. that goes to your starter.

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Diagram of the door pins


AUTO PARTS STORES NOW CARRY REPLACEMENT DOOR PINS. A DIAGRAM SHOULD NOT BE REQUIRED AS THE DOORS IN HELD IN THE HINGE BY METAL DOWELS WHICH WE CALL PINS

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Electrical diagram


Hi,

Might this help?
They were originally posted here and here.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Aug 16, 2008 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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