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Which way should 1 on cap point

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Put 1 cylinder at top dead center and have rotor point to cylinder 1

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I'm working on a 99 blazer v6 4.3 L . It's out of time.I won't start how do I set the engine back on time and what's the sequence of such procedure?


Juan, you need to look for timing mark on crank shaft pully just below water pump,you will see a deep cut mark, turn over motor BY HAND disconnect battery,for safety , now remove # 1plug when you rotate motor you should feel compression , as piston comes up ,if you don't feel compression rotate motor 180 deg,as timing indecater alines with crankshaft timing mark, that should be (TDC) top dead center ,now set plug wires in firing order.make sure when starting that you have spark, if it wont start try resetting timing again, you may be 180 deg out . I hope this helped if it did let me know.
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IF THE ROTOR POINTS TO NUM 1 CYL DOES IT ALSO POINT TO THE NUM 1 PLUG TOWER ON CAP


Don't worry about actually pointing toward # 1 cylinder, just the tab under cap that goes to # 1 spark plug wire. # 1 cylinder needs to be at TDC on compression stroke, and rotor pointing at # 1 wire tab under cap.

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06 chevy silverado distributer replacement


Make sure engine is on #1 cylinder. Remove #1 plug Hold finger over hole and turn engine over clockwise until compression is felt.continue turning engine untill timing mark lines up. Find #1 cylinder On Distributer cap. Position rotor app.42 degrees before #1 Insert dist. in eng. should rotate clockwise until seated. If only goes part way down and won't seat all the way down remowe look down in eng.and make sure oil pump drive rod is alined.

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Hi. I need a picture for the timing marks on a berlingo 1.4 8valve


There is only 1 mark on the cam shaft which alines with a hole on the head that will give you valves 1+2 rocking. Then you remove a spark plug on piston 1 and find TDC top dead center ( when the piston is on it's highest point.Thats the only way.

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1969 buick electra 430 engine do not no were #1 is on distributor cap and when piston is at TDC should it be pointed at #1 on the compression stroke.


STANDING IN FRONT OF CAR FACING ENGINE.NUMBER 1 FIRING POSITION ON DISRIBUTOR CAP WOULD BE AT 8 OCLOCK POSITION.THEN AFTER 1 ON DISTRIBUTOR CAP 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 THATS SPARK PLUG WIRES LOCATION ON DISTRIBUTOR CAP AND FIRING ORDER WHICH IS 1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 CYLINDERS FACING YOU ON PASSENGER SIDE IS 2 4 6 8 AND CYLINDERS ON DRIVER SIDE FACING YOU 1 3 5 7 THE TIMING MARK ON CRANKSHAFT BALANCER TO TIMING COVER SCALE SHOULD BE ON ZERO.

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Head was pulled without marking gears or ignition. how do i start from scratch


You need to turn the engine over and bring it up to top dead center (TDC). Aline your put the chain or belt on. The crank gear will be on you just will need to aline the cam gear as I believe it is overhead cam. Do NOT force the cam gear to turn as you can bend your valves. When you are putting in the distributer as you slide it in it will rotate a bit. Make sure it is alined to where your rotor will be faceing to the #1 position on the cap. I hope you understand. If need be I can look up the timing marks for the cam for you just post a comment if you need. When I say to bring to TDC you turn the engine over to where the # 1 piston is to the top of the cylinder. Hope this helped and good luck.

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Replacing distributor and I lost the position of the rotor and truck wont start... do I need to take #1 cyl to top? and the aline rotor?


Yes, when cyclinder one is at top, the rotor should be pointing towards the #1 spark plug wire

Nov 16, 2009 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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Want to remove and replace the distributor, how is


This sounds like the oil seal on the distributor needs replacing. I have not got the the timimg details but you can set it up this way until you can get the specs.

  1. Set the rotor arm to No 1 cylinder.
  2. Now mark this on the distributor.
  3. Mark the bottom of the distributor and the housing (inline with each other).
  4. Now put the car in gear and do not turn the engine.
  5. Check your timing marks on both your cam and crank shafts.
  6. Take out the distribuor and replace the the worn seal.
  7. Put back the distributor while lining up all the alinement marks that you have made.
  8. Now nip up the the distributor but do not full tighten it.
  9. Check your alinement marks, take the car out of gear and start the engine.
  10. If the engine is not running correctly, you can increase or decrease the engine speed by moving the distributor slightly to the left or right.
  11. When you have the engine tick over speed to your liking you can stop the engine and and tighten up the distributor.
Following these instructions you should be only a few degrees out at the most.
When you get the the correct timing information you can use a timing light to rset up the ignition timing.

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Timing chain guide broke..jumped time and broke middle gear.


remove the #1 sparkplug place a long screwdriver in the sparkplug hole point touching the top of the piston turn the crankshaft around until the screwdriver is almost pushed out (top dead center)
check to see that the distributor rotor is pointing at the #1 sparkplug wire it must be; if not: turn the crankshaft again until it does
then turn the camshaft around until both valves above the #1 piston cylinder are closed
this is correct; now find the marks on the belt camshaft sprocket gear and, crankshaft gear aline the belt marks with the gear marks and, install the belt

Aug 29, 2009 | 2002 Dodge Stratus

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Can't adjust my timing


try aligning the timing marks again and mark the placement of the number one wire on the distributer housing then remove the cap and align the rotor with the mark then try to start it also it is important to be sure the marks were aligned properly sometimes they have to point together sometimes straight up etc. NOTE:if the valves are damaged you may not be able to start the vehicle even if you have change the timing belt

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