Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Am
Remove the number one spark plug. Put a gauge in the hole. Top dead center is on the compression stroke when the piston reaches the top of the stroke. When you see the gauge begin to move, remove it and put a straight piece of wire in the hole. Turn the crankshaft clockwise by hand/wrench till the wire comes up and then starts to go down. When it goes down, you just passed TDC. Back it up a bit until you are comfortable with it being at TDC.
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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