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Hi im doing the timing on a 1994 mitsibishi lancer runing a 4g91 engin and am unsure wich timing marks to line the crank pully up with?

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    steve morris May 30, 2010

    hi ime having problems finding a 4g91 engine in my list, i have the timing marks for a 4g92 but no 4g91...i think they are the same engine, unless you miss typed it and it should be 4g92, if you would like the diagram i have one i could email it to you, you can email me at s.e.morris@hotmail.co.uk if this would be any help, also can you tell me what the engine size is as this is showing the 1.6 16v model as the 4g92 thanks ...

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Dont even think of putting the belt on unless you have the correct timing marks for the engine check out the mitsubishi forums for technical info

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