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Wow! I did not know that 1993 had a top dead center! Okay, so 1993 had between 365 and 366 days in it, so divide 365.5 by two, and you get 182.75 days. My guess it it would fall in June or July! Do you agree? That would be very close to 1993's dead center! And weather-wise, it would be close to the top, when it came to desirable weather. So, there is your answer! The top dead center of 1993 was right around July 1, 1993, give or take 3 days!
With truck off, you can turn the crankshaft nut from bottom of engine. To bring to top dead center. Remove #1 plug and insert a straw or similar into plug hole on top of piston. When the piston just starts to go back down from all the way up, that's top dead center, The number one cylinder in the 4.3 V-6 is the front wire on the driver-side of the engine. God-Bless!
remove sparkplug one and insert a tdc whistle when the piston reaches top dead center the whistle will quit. the timing mark on balance will be on the scale at zero and the two rocker arms on the valves for cylinder one will be both loose
P1361 HONDA - Top Dead Center Sensor 1 Intermittent Interruption Possible causes- Top Dead Center Sensor 1 harness open or shorted - Top Dead Center Sensor 1 circuit poor electrical connection - Faulty Top Dead Center Sensor 1P0113 HONDA - Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit High Voltage
Possible causes- Dirty air filter - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor harness is open or shorted - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor electrical circuit poor connection - Faulty intake air temperature sensor
Top dead center and bottom dead center also known as ( TDC) and (BDC) Are two different positions of the piston while an engine is running. TDC is where the piston is as high as it can go in the cylinder and BDC is as low as the piston can go in the cylinder.
the timing marks are on the timing cover just above the crankshaft pulley(harmonic balancer)and can be seen with a light either forward or rearward of the top of the pulley.the mark on the pulley is usually just a slot(groove) cut into the pulley that you line up with the marks on the timing cover showing the degrees of timing,note there is before top dead center and after top dead center timing marks shown and the marks that you use is before top dead center.