Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
I want to find the exact position for the crankshft to replace the timing belt
The little dot on the crankshaft sprocket has to be aiming staight up and you will also need to remove the #1 spark plug to make sure the piston is at top dead center.you can check if it is all the way up by using a long,thin screwdriver and putting it in the spark plug hole.if the piston is not all the way up.you will need to turn the crankshaft 1 whole turn clockwise and stop when the dot on the sprocket is aiming up agin.the piston should now be at top dead center.i hope this information helps.take care and good luck, manny
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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