Question about 1987 Dodge Ram 50
Yes, the crank will spin a few times to each rotation of the rotor. If you have the timing belt on, you should be able to crank the engine with the starter. Just make sure you take the spark wire off the coil first so it wont start. Also make sure you lined up the marks on the crank and cam sprockets or you may have serious timing issues.
The engine is fairly hard to turn over with normal length socket wrenches. I use a breaker bar.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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