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2004 dodge stratus 2.4..What is the correct timing position for crank and the dual overhead cams?

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  • amos0859 Nov 13, 2009

    2004 Dodge Stratus..2.4.I need to set the timing..I received several different answers some were for wrong vehicle. Can someone assist me?

  • amos0859 Nov 13, 2009

    Thank you so much. With your information I should be up and going soon. Have a great day!

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The right cam mark should be at 9:00 and the left at 3:00, The crankshaft mark is located on the trailing edge of the sprocket tooth. It must be aligned with the TDC mark on the oil pump housing. Hope this gets you up and going!

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  • Hal Hallman Nov 13, 2009

    I realize this is not a very good, or rather not big enough diagram, but hopefully this will help clarify. Continued good luck!


    Timing marks aligned

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Check this Chrysler document about Timing Marks for aligning crankshaft & camshaft timing marks on dual cams.

Hope helped with this. Good luck.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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    ZJ Limited Nov 13, 2009

    On a dual overhead cam, the marks will align at 3:00 on the left cam to
    9:00 on the right cam. The lower crankshaft gear will line up at 12:00
    with the arrow on the engine corresponding to the arrow on the crank.


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    ZJ Limited Nov 13, 2009

    In HERE , look the timinng belt change, but someone pintures can helped.

    Good work.


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Hope helped with this. Good luck.

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