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Tdc d21 I would like to know top dead center on d21 I assume compression on intake side and mark lined up

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Both intake and exhaust ,cam lobes,should be pointing downward.There should be no lift on the rockers

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SOURCE: 1999 pathfinder: what mark on the crankshaft pulley is the TDC

try using a long screw driver in the #1 plug hole, I have had to do this many times myself.

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timing marks should be aligned, together faceing each other,

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SOURCE: i want to know how and were to line up marks on the twin cams on a 2.o engine

local autozone can print you out a diagram showing how to do it at no cost,,, in some cases if there are no timing marks on the cams you will have to remove valve pan cove to preform timing of cams.....hope this helps and if so Please rate my post and good luck and if more help is needed fill free to contact me.

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The end of the engine that has the belt and pulleys has a harmonic balancer (sometimes called a damper) bolted to the end of the crankshaft. There will be a line across the face of the outside edge of the damper. There will be a tab attached to the block with several lines and degrees marked on it. When the damper line is even with the "0" degrees line, the number 1 piston is at Top Dead Centre, either on compression or ready to start the intake stroke.

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If you have all the wires off and do not know where any of the go, you have to find top dead center on the compression stroke for the #1 cylinder. After that is accomplished you can check timing tab to see if it lines up with the line in the pulley just to make sure. Do not use the timing tab reference to the pulley only because it also will line up top dead center of the #6 also. Make sure there is compression in the #1 cylinder and make sure you line up the mark on the timing tab on the timing cover with the mark on the pulley.

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1: valve cover off, watch valves #1, all closed at mark is TDC firing.
2: with cam cover off, front of engine watch the marks. per FSM>
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top dead center
ok look at your damper pulley its the pulley at the bottom of the motor
the damper pulley has a line cut in it
line the mark up with the degree marks
you want to put it on the zero mark
once you have done this you are on top dead center
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There is a timing mark on the timing chain cover. Some have a little tube. The bottom center of the engine where the crank shaft is there is a harmonic balancer. The balancer has a line on it. Get the line right on the 0 degrees mark. This will be top dead center.

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Your auto's spec sheet should tell you what your timing degree should be. For example, a 1969 Ford 429, 6 Degrees BTDC @ 550 rpm in drive gear - with automatic trans, with a firing order of 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. All this means is that you want to line up the pointer on the timing light with the 6° timing mark when the engine is idling in gear at 550 rpm. As you can see, it also says something about "BTDC" for this Ford. There is also an "ATDC." "Before Top Dead Center" and "After Top Dead Center" - top dead center is the point where the piston reaches the highest point in the cylinder and that is when the compression is the greatest. Now, your timing marks with have a line labeled "0" with marks above and below it, and depending on which way the wheel rotates, you will see the lines before the "0" (BTDC), or after the "0" (ATDC)

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