Question about 1994 GMC Sierra
I would check to make sure its the timing chain they normaly don't go first on that engine. The crank shaft pisition sensor or the disturbtor shaft can look like the timing is the problem.But if you have broken a tooth on the gear or something you need to remove the radaitor the water pump the timing cover you can unbolt the upper gear the lower one you have to pull. Set the engine up so # 4 cylinder is at the top of the compression stork. install the gears so the mark is down on the upper gear and up on the lower gear and they line up in the middle # 4 is the front right hand side when faceing the engine from the front and the vehicle be on correctly timed.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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