Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
I have just replaced the headgasket, but I cannot get the timing marks to align properly,,one book says line the cam shaft marks on each other, another says 1/2 tooth off,, i have had the head milled and new valves, but it wont fire, sounds like it is just spinning, compression is 110 psi,, help!!!!! I am going crazy
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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