Question about 1990 Daihatsu Rocky
Hello guys. I've been looking online and calling around for days now with no luck. Hopefully someone can help me out. I have a 1990 Daihatsu Rocky SX/ 4 cylinder/ 1.6 liter. I need to replace the crankshaft. Here's the problem... I have not been able to locate the engine model number. The store I will be ordering the parts from have 3 different crankshafts for my year model. The person I spoke with says I will need an engine number in order to get the correct piece. Does anyone here know where to locate the engines model number? There are some Japanese characters (Katakana and Kanji) located on the engine that translate to Daihatsu Motor Company... And right above that, it says in English "Model Number" But it's not a number at all, it' just says "Daihatsu Motor Company" Any advice would be a great help.
Try a different parts guy because the crankshaft you need is for the 1.6 4 cylinder engine and in the catalog it shows which ones are for each engine //but if your going to do this there is a lot more that needs to be done if there's a crankshaft problem the cylinders ard probably have grooves cut into them from misaligned pistons and rings and this also applies to the piston rods so I would just send it out or get a remanufactured one or get a junkyard motor all of these are a lot cheaper and less headaches involved or buy another car
Posted on Nov 05, 2019
You can get crankshaft repair done if not to bad
Posted on Nov 05, 2019
You can try a serial number search....
Posted on Nov 04, 2019
wow someone knows their stuff ,if not sure where numbers are i ask in our local annual vehicle inspection station ,dont you have one??
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Firing Order: 1 - 2 - 3
Base Ignition Timing
Note: With the T terminal Shorted.5 +/- 2 deg BTDC
Ignition timing should be checked and adjusted, if necessary whenever spark plugs are replaced or any distributor maintenance is done. Ignition timing should be 3-7°BTDC at 750-850 RPM with the engine check connector terminal 11 (brown) shorted, Fig. 1. The engine check connector is located near the top of the transaxle.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: locate engine and Vin numbers
YES, THE VIN NUMBER IS NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THE WINDSHIELD ON THE DRIVERS' SIDE. IT CAN BE SEEN FROM THE OUTSIDE OF THE CAR. ANOTHER LOCATION IS ON THE DRIVERS' DOOR BY THE DOOR CATCH OR STRIKE PLATE. OK NOW FOR THE ENGINE NUMBER, LOOK UNDER THE HOOD FOR A WHITE STICKER. ON THIS STICKER TOWARDS THE BOTTOM IS THE ENGINE INFORMATION. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 01, 2009
1) timing belt - see the small dot on tooted crank (small) pulley and match this with a notch ^ on engine body. Align the 'F' on overhead camshaft front pulley with lower crank shaft (small pullet). You should also alight the top pulley with a ^ on right side of big pulley when facing engine from front
In case of diesel pump:
2) cam belt - alight the dot mark on small camshaft pulley with notch ^ on tappet cover. Move and hold pump pulley and alight it with dot on this pulley to dot mark on plate to which pump is bolted.
Gulfraz, Karachi, Pakistan
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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