Question about 1997 Subaru Outback
I am a mechanic and replaced a crank pulley on this motor after someone else pulled it apart The No 1 piston is at TDC looking at the motor is on the left furtherest forward bank the cam gears are lined up but the key is facing East or 90% with the small triangle on the crank sprocket and the tab pointing to the sensor unit mark The motor should fire in this position as there is compression there but no go According to the specs I got off the internet the crankshaft key is at 6 oclock but this would make the piston be half way down the bore I tried that but didnt work after winding it over with a bar and socket no compression Which is No one spark plug wire I am a retired mechanic of the old school Can you help me The car is a station wagon and I fitted steel head gaskets but I have this Crankshaft problem not clear I have the keyway at East 3 O'Clock with piston on Top Dead Centre TDC Is this right and which spark plug wire is No1on coil
Thanks for your assistance and I be a happy chappy
It should fire the way that your used to with other cars. on top dead centre and with valves 1 and 3 ready to roll and your rotor button pointing to 1 in the cap just a suggestion could the previous person have damaged the crank sensor? also with the no. 1 plug out check what position the mark is on with the piston up
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