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Timing job im redoing my timing job .do i have to take off the timing belt in order to realign the markings again

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If the timing marks are out of alignment than yes I believe you will need to remove it to realign them. I am not aware of any way to align them with it in place anyways

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Timing problem we think?


Mark the timing belt as well with the marks on the crank and cam.
to make sure it is not slipping and staying in place during the install.
I hope your valves are not bent. If they are not and you checked the above and still the same, then and only then I would put the belt back the way it was with that tooth off.

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Hi all. I need to replace cam and timing belt on 2.5 microbus, but don't know position of cams. Was removed before it was brought to me. Please advise... with pics if possible.


if a diyer on other jobs will you may need the repair manual

26326761-ogjx3hr4xss2hzdmdfmqnvvj-5-0.jpg Note; all gears must be line up correctly or engine damage will occur. after you install the timing belt spin crank pulley 2 revolutions and all marks should line back up, if not then realign,

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I installed a crank sensor, timing and balance belt but now after it spinned over once it says nothing the cars a 01 Mitsubishi Galant 2.4


I just replaced my timing belt and water pump on my vehicle & aligned my camshaft and lower cranks. Worked for awhile then it shortly gave up i thought the belts came off but they did not. Now it cranks but wont turn over. i will redo it again later today. not sure what happened tightened or loosened it too much, im hoping i can get it going again. Need professional advice.

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Why want my 95toyota 4runner start after replacing


timing is not right,you need the correct timing marks for it,you will have to redo job over again,get a Haynes repair manual,it will show you the correct timing marks

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Mazda 626 1991 2.2ltr


Just mark the old belt to the gears with liquid paper prior to taking off, transfer marks to new belt & realign marks & it can't be wrong. But still turn motor twice by hand prior to starting just as a precaution to make sure nothing hits ie: pistons / valves

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Where are the timing marks on a 1994 honda civic 1.5


On the Cam gear are three marks. On the face of the gear it should say "up", then you have three marks one at 3 o'clock one at 7 o'clock one at 9 o'clock. the one at 7 should align up with a mark on the block. Some have a raised semicircle and you line up the 7 o'clock mark on the cam with the far left hand end of that semicircle. Now on the crack end you have a mark at the 2 o'clock position and it lines up with a mark on the block. Do not turn the crank or the cam independent of one another, as the valves can be bent. Remove the spark plugs to ease turning the engine when needed. The engine will turn counterclockwise. Remove all necessary left hand front wheel, inner fender splash guard, covers, top engine mount. turn the engine until number 1 cyl. is at TDC compression stroke, and all timing marks align as noted. Remove the lower crankshaft bolt and pulley, and lower belt cover. Loosen tensioner bolt and push it out of your way and remove the belt. Put on the new timing belt in this order, crank sprocket, cam sprocket, water pump sprocket, tensioner. Belt must be tight on no tensioner side. Push the tensioner against the belt. Turn the engine 4 turns counterclockwise, until the timing marks realign, loosen the tensioner and turn the engine again 3 teeth, torque the tensioner to 30 flbs. reinstall all the mounts and covers. all should be good.

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I have this 89 acura legend 2.7l v6 timing belt removed and the water pump removed, the old pump failed which caused the belt to fail, i have new parts and the pump installed only i dont understand to...


Hi, here is what you need to do. Get all of the timing marks lined up as indicated in the picture below. Put the belt on. Without moving the gears off their marks, make the belt tight across the cam gears and then down the right side to the crank gear. All of the slack must be on the left side to be taken up by the tensioner. Release the tensioner to tighten the belt and then verify the marks are still aligned. If the marks are not aligned, loosen the tensioner just enough to turn the gear that needs to be realigned. After tensioning the belt, rotate the crankshaft clockwise 720 degrees and recheck the timing marks. I have pasted the book procedure below. Please let me know if you still have questions. You must get this right.

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  1. If the crankshaft or camshafts have been turned with the timing belt removed, remove the spark plugs and advance the crankshaft about 15 degrees beyond TDC of No. 1 cylinder. Make sure the camshaft sprockets are properly aligned with the marks and return the crankshaft to the TDC mark.
  2. Install the belt in sequence on the crankshaft, the front camshaft, water pump and tensioner pulleys, then the rear camshaft.
  3. To adjust the tension, loosen the tensioner pulley bolt about 1 / 2 turn. The spring will automatically set the proper tension. Torque the bolt to 31 ft. lbs. (43 Nm).
  4. Rotate the crankshaft 6 turns clockwise and check that the timing marks on the crankshaft and camshafts align properly. Adjust the timing belt tension again by rotating the crankshaft to the align the blue mark on the pulley with the pointer. Loosen and retorque the tensioner pulley bolt.
  5. Install the remaining parts in reverse order. Torque the crankshaft pulley bolt to 83 ft. lbs. (115 Nm). When installing the side mount bracket, torque the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (55 Nm).

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I put on a new timing belt.both cam gears marks are up,crank grear mark is in line,will not start.


the arrows should face up and there are marks on each gear that should be across from one another in between the two gears{were the gears are nearest each other} al marks should line up again after you turn the crank two complete revolutions. if not remove belt and redo. also make sure cam and crank sensors didnt get damaged/uunplugged

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How to realign timing belt on a 1996 nissan


My apologies for the delayed response. I am going back and answering questions that were never answered.
Click on the following Link. It has all the Diagrams for the Timing Belt you will need.
Before Clicking, let me know if this helped.
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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1996/make/nissan/model/pathfinder/1996_nissan_pathfinder_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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1994 Volvo 940 Station Wagon timing belt


I hope you've solved the problem by now, but there are alignment marks on the crank shaft (top pulley), idler (lower side), and cam shaft (smaller, bottom pulley) which should be aligned with stationary marks on the timing belt rear cover.

The belt has marks that align with the aforementioned marks (lines). The double marks on the belt align with the camshaft marks and the single marks with the others.

Loosen the tensioner clamp (nut) to allow the spring loaded tensioner to press on the belt and retighten the nut.

Rotate the crank shaft (clockwise, probably two revolutions) and make sure the pulley marks realign to the marks on the cover (they don't have to realign with the marks on the belt).

Rotate the crank shaft a full revolution once the belt is on and check that alignment is preserved.

Periodically loosen and retension the tensioner nut (access through a hole in the cover) to ensure that tension is maintained as the belt relaxes.

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