Question about Yugo GV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to perform engine timing
This is going to be an issue. There are marks on the gears you need to line up correctly to get it right. Without a picture to look at it is very hard. You can start and get it close by rotating the crank until the number one is up all the way and the next cylinder to fire is down preparing for the compression stroke. Then you need to turn the cam shaft until all valves are closed for the number 1 and the intake valves on the next cylinder in the firing order are closing with exhaust valves closed. This should be roughly #1 TDC, close anyway. The Haynes or Chilton's repair manual will have photos of the timing chain area and what the marks look like and instructions on how to line them up. It would be a very good investment at this point.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
The easiest way to find this info. is in the correct owners manual(YEAR,MAKE,MODEL) for this vehicle. Assuming this car was bought in America or Canada, and its or more importantly that this car was sold to you with the correct V.I.N. ( when cars are stolen then resold, often the V.I.N. will be switched), then the VIN may not match V.I.N. or other identifying numbers that are stamped throughout the car. The correct VIN should be seen on the outside of the car though the windshield on the lower drivers side of the windshield. this should also be found on a sticker in the door jam(s) and/or under the hood. In any event the owners manual will tell to exactly the location of the car where to find these numbers and and specs. If you don't have the correct owners manual for your year,make& model, you can find it on line There are many other spots in the car where these numbers are deliberately hidden in the event your car was stolen to recover you car if it is found
Posted on Dec 10, 2013
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