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How do i set the timing marks?


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Jul 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Setting Timing Without 3 So Called SPECIAL TOOLS Needed


1997-2000 Ford Contour 2.0L DOHC Camshaft Set up For timing Belt Replacement.most Instructions Call For 3 Different Special Tools No NeedFORD UPGRADED TIMING PULLEYS AND TENTIONERS In a UPGRADE KIT
Remove Valve Cover And TOP Timing Belt Cover CUT BELT OFF, Go to Rear of CAMSHAFTS (OppositeSPROCKETS) Look and you will see SLOTS at the end of Each CAM they are CUT ECCENTRICALLY . Use a Piece of Sturdy FLAT STOCK HARD STEAL (STRAIGHT) Turn CAMS one at a TIME Until they are EVEN With COVER GASKET SURFACE of Head, ALIGN BOTH Cams this Way Insert FLAT STOCK IN SLOTS So CAMS Don't Spring Back, And you Have VALVE TRAIN TIMED PERFECTLY, #1 Spark Plug OUT Bar Over to TDC WOODRUF KEY Should be Pointed Straight UP. This Is ALL there is to IT. Proceed with Timing Cover Removals and front Mount, REPLACE ALL PULLEYS AS A KIT (SOLD AS KIT) Install Timing Belt Set Tensioner According to KIT Instructions ans this will Illuminate All Special Tools SAID to be NEEDED for this Procedure, (( REMOVE FLAT STOCK AT CAMSHAFT ENDS AFTER BELT IS TIGHTENED.Install New Valve Cover Gasket #1 Spark Plug and Job is Done. Cuts 1 Hour 15 Minutes off Flat Rate

on Dec 31, 2009 | Ford Contour Cars & Trucks

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I am asking for position of the camlobs when timing without using marks


Cams are set with the #1 piston NOT AT TDC. You need the cam tool to set this. DO NOT EVEN TRY TO DO THIS WITHOUT IT. ther e are NO reference points which allow you to do this any other way. I am a 35 year master tech and trust me on this. It is not like other engines.

Jun 27, 2014 | 2002 Volvo S40

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Timing belt snaped on fiat palio 16v how do i find the cam marks


There are special tools you need to lock the cams in the correct position. Without these it is near impossible to get the valve timing 100% right. These locking plates fit on the opposite ends of the cam boxes from the cam gears and belt by removing the blanks on that end.
I managed to borrow a set and set it up correctly. I then made my own marks on the cam gears for future reference.

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Apr 09, 2014 | 2005 Fiat Palio Weekend

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I changed the water pump, timing belt and idlers and set all cams as instructed, now car won't start. What did I miss?


With the engine at TDC, the small mark on the crank sprocket and intermediate shaft sprocket for the cam timing belt should be pointing at each other (also along the C/L of the center of these pulleys). Then the cam sprocket has two little arrows (triangles) opposite each other that point at the center of two holes in the sprocket. You should line up these arrows with the junction of the #1 cam tower cap and the head (you will be able to see this clearly through those holes). Then install the belt without moving any of these. Start at the crank and work to the intermediate shaft, then to the cam. There should not be any obvious slack in the belt as you do this. Finally get the belt past the tensioner, tension the belt. If you do not have the tensioner tool, then the belt is properly tensioned when you cannot rotate the belt more than 90 degrees or 1/4 turn midway between the cam and intermediate sprockets. You should turn the engine over a couple of revolutions and recheck every thing. One more method of setting the timing belt tension is that there should be approx. 5/16" of deflection from center possible midway between the cam sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket, about where the head meets the block. Also, 90 degrees twist should just be possible midway between the cam sprocket and the intermediate sprocket. I pulled this from the Haynes book.
An easy way to check your cam timing without having to look at the engine sprockets, is to turn your engine to TDC using the flywheel mark, and look at your cam sprocket. Make sure the little arrows are lined up on the cam bearing seam. I use a mirror to get a straight look at it, since your head won't fit in there :)This will ensure cam-crankshaft alignment, and the intermediate shaft alignment is not quite as critical and and be a tooth or two off since it only times the distributor, which of course can itself be rotated when you tune-up your car.NOTE: After replacing the timing belt , turn the engine over a few times by hand and recheck the tension and timing mark alignment . Get your timing light, if it has an advacne dial, set it to 12M-0, if not set the timing to 0M-0, then shine the light into the little hole in the side of the timing belt cover. You should see a hole in the cam sprocket in there, if it's in the middle of the hole, cam timing is OK, if it's towards the front, it's advanced, towards the back, it's ******** a tooth. The timing belt is adjusted by a counter weight tool. Just the weight of the tool is all the tension you need. I check with a tool rental or parts store to see if you can rent one. There is very little tension on the belt, to much and it makes noise and to little and belt will jump. So if you can, find the tool.

Oct 10, 2011 | 1998 Subaru Forester

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Code 1345 came up. I already replaced wires, plugs, cam, crank sensors.


have you tried setting the cam sync.its basically setting the timing but without a timing light.you need a scan tool to do it.rev engine and hold at 1000 rpm.read the cam sync on the scan tool.should be 0 degrees.if not loosen distributor bolt and turn distributor till cam sync reads 0.also you may have a worn distributor.

Nov 25, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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How do i set the timing for audi A6 2003


there are actually special tools the cam has no timing marks the tool only goes on one way and locks the cams in place and it is actually a long process but there is no way to do it without the cam lock

Aug 20, 2009 | 2003 Audi A6

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I have put a new timing belt on and i do not know where to set the gears to get the timing right it is a 2001 cadillac catera twin cam 3.0L


There is a special tool kit which aligns the belt on the Cateras. It's pricey but I believe there are people who rent them out. It can be done without it, but if you already removed the original belt, it's too late. The kit locks the cams in place so you re and re the belt without disturbing the timing.

Jul 04, 2009 | 2001 Cadillac Catera

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318 timing chain setting m42 engine with out bmw tools


Remove the cam cover, remove the spark plugs, turn the engine to number 1 TDC, put a pencil in spark plug hole number one and twist the crank back and forth and make doubly sure you are at TDC. Now loosen the four bolts at the front of each cam sprocket, check TDC again with the pencil and rocking the crank, now take the pencil and lay it across the flats at the back of each cam. Twist the cams very carefully so that the pencil sits flat on each cam square. Snug up the sprocket bolts and use the pencil to check TDC again! Now check the cams again. Repeat the procedure until you have the cams flat and the engine at TDC.

Apr 06, 2009 | 1994 BMW 3 Series

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