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Which timing marks do i line up and how much should i move it

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usually timing marks are on the flywheel or rotor of the alternator. Usually on the opposite side of the gear case. I think that would be the right side on your machine.

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Most timing lights have to cables with clamps that connect to the vehicle battery. A third wire is clamped over or put in line with the number 1 spark plug wire. Some vehicles require the vacuum advance be diconnected and the vacuum hose plugged before timing. The engine pulley bolted on the crankshaft usually has a mark that will be illuminated by the timing light when the engine is running. This mark has to be lined up with the proper mark on the engine block . Turning the distributor moves the mark back or forward. Adjust till timing marks line up.
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That happens because the pulleys are not aligned properly. You may have to play with it a bit. Due to wear over time the marks may be slightly off, set the last pulley you place the belt on a bit before or after the mark, and it will line up when the tension is applied. Then do some full turns to make sure its aligned and staying there.

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Yikes, did you turn the engine with the belt off? Did you hear any crunching sounds? Good, the cams will be on their marks, and the crank will be on its mark, the timing will be right. There is no mistaking it, Sometimes a cam will have 2 marks, a diamond and a dot, depending on what engine the heads are sitting on, you line up one or the other. So, with your number one piston at tdc and both cams on the mark, the belt will line up with these marks and once the tensioner is released, you should be all set. If the cams were moved and they moved free without hitting anything, you have a free running engine, which is a good thing, when the belt breaks, you coast to a stop, If it was an intermittent engine, when the belt breaks, you destroy your engine! Hope this helps.

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usually timing marks are on the flywheel or rotor of the alternator. Usually on the opposite side of the gear case. I think that would be the right side on your machine.

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Your camshaft and your crankshaft have marks on them. Your timing chain also has marks on it. The timing marks MUST ALL line up at the same time before you move your internal parts. The easiest way to do this is to take out your spark plugs and after tou get the chain, chain tensioner and chain damper on, turn the engine with a wrench watch the marks. The number 1 cylinder should be at tdc.

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