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What is the alignment of crank, counter balance and cam for G16 golf cart engine. I assumed I align the drilled hole in cam and counter balance gears with the punched mark on the crank gear. appreciate your help. spike.

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the banjo part is the pump - this should be a two piece unit - you will see a cutout in the base plate where the ball end fits into - by tipping the engine upside down while installing base plate you can manuver the ball into place - as far as the crank gear mark one tooth may look different then the rest or have a line on it . it has to be there also as far as the tapered banjo part it realy doesnt matter which way the taper faces

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SOURCE: alignment marks on cam and crank gear alignment

public library...Chilton or Haynes auto repair manuals or collisionrepairadvice.com

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It is most likely related to the rings, but running it would unstick them very fast if they were stuck. It's possible that sitting let rust develop in the cylinder walls and there may be some grooves in them now. They could also just be really worn cylinders. They make some oil conditioners which I wouldn't recommend on a car, but might work fine on a golf cart. I can't recall the name, but it was in a silver can, maybe called engine restore... You could always try that before resorting to a rebuild.

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Autozone has a DIY section that will allow you to look up all that data..

http://www.autozone.com/

this is the link that I got when I put in your vehical...
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/specifications/specificationsMain.jsp?categoryNValue=23299999&categoryNameForTitle=Specifications&categoryName=Specifications#

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SOURCE: Timing mark on crank worn off(the gear top is worn

Yes, there is another reference. You have to watch the cycle of the engine to do it. you should make it so that both valves close just after bottom dead center(compression stroke), and then they should stay closed for a half revolution, then the exhaust valve should open just after bottom dead center again. At the same time, the magnet on the flywheel will pass the coil at top dead center between these two reference points. This way can be slightly exasperating, because you can be off a tooth either way and it won't run right, but will look ok.

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