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TIMING MARKS?? WHAT SHOULD BE THE TIMING MARKS ON A BREEZE?

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Normally on most cars there is a mark indented in the cam\cams and a matching mark on the block usally a small dot. and the same on the crank on some cranks it also has a degree mark for setting the advance timing at the crank...not always though

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I put new head gaskets on my 93 Chevy ck1500 5.7,put it back together the TB is shooting flames,I know the timing is off where do I go from here,wont start


Set cylinder 1 to TDC on compression stroke, remove distributor and reset to stock marks. Generally there are timing marks for this. If you cannot locate the timing marks then note the direction that the rotor under the distributor cap rotates and reinstall it so it's pointing right at the cylinder 1 contact or just barely before when cylinder 1 is at TDC. That may get you close enough to start it. Then you will need a timing light to adjust the timing to the proper spec.

In the future mark the distributor cap and housing position relative to manifold or block prior to removal. Makes re-assembly a breeze.

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I have a 1999 plymouth breeze and replaced water pump and timing belt due to pump locked up and all the teeth gone off belt now. 2.0 SOHC that after setting belt and timing correctly the car wont start...


In general, backfiring indicates the cam, crank and ignition are out of time or out of phase. The timing marks on the crank and cam just line up the timing of the cam and crank. The alignment of the spark with them has to be phased at the right time too. Check the manual for how to set the distributor timing after an engine repair

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Check the cam cogs or the cam., on pulley and cover pointer.. check front pulley for top dead centre mark

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How do change the timing belt on 1998 Plymouth Breeze

The above link has the information on the timing belt replacement. With such a major repair job, I recommend you spend a few extra bucks and but a Haynes ( or other publisher's) repair manual.

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I have a 2000 plymouth breeze it will not start found out iot was the timing belt replaced it an it still won't start.


You need to narrow down the issue. Start with spark meaning does it have any. Then move to fuel delivery and pressure. Without those it doesn't matter what you do it wont start. Fuel is easy to verify just pour a bit into the intake and crank the engine. If it starts you know you have a fuel delivery problem. If it doesn't have spark then you have a coil, ignition module, crank sensor, cam sensor, or knock sensor issue.

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tha timin marks, on tha cam gears should be facin in level with each other, an tha mark on tha crank gear should passed up tha mark jus behind tha gear on tha crankshaft, an it shoul be wher u need it to be in time

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Sorry for the delayed response.
Click on the following direct Link. It has several Diagrams you will need for your Timing Belt replacement. Included are the Cover Bolt Locations and Marks for your specific engine.


Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1998/make/plymouth/model/breeze/1998_plymouth_breeze_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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How to adjust timing on a 1999 plymouth breeze 2.4 litre


the gears have indicators i and e on opp sides. the i is intake e is exhaust. the i should face away from the valve cover on the side the intake cam is on. this is the side of the head the intake manifold is on. the e should face away from the valve cover on the side the exhaust manifold is on. the e gear will be a slight bit lower than the i gear. almost straight across from each other. good luck

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1998 plymouth Breeze


that is possible I have had cars do that before. although fixing it will not be easy because of the setup. You need to get the front cover off and check the timing marks to see if the cams are in time with the crank if one cam is off you can lose one or more cylinders...

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