Question about 1999 Chrysler Concorde
Right go back to basics and you cant go wrong,now bring crank to TDC no1 with spark plug out so you will know when to stop -now the valves for no 1 should both be closed with the valves for no4 open ,or no 6 depending on the number of cylinders ,now drop distributor in with rotor arm pointing to any point in the distributor cap ,and set the points gap , the leads in the dist cap in the firing order ,put the starting handle in and start engine ,if it takes more than three tries then you have just failed you national craftmans exam 1972 when i sat mine ,but the principle is still the same but you dont have a distributor its done on a sensor ,but the valve timing is still the same ,no1 valves closed and the exhaust cam coming around ready to open and no4 with inlet valve just about to open and the exhaust just closed ,although some high reving engines will have both valves open ,this is know as valve overlap ,but if you do as i say then it will start ,the other thing i forgot to mention is that for the exam their was no timing marks at all they were all ground off
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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