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#1 Old 08-14-2011, 01:33 PM
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Hello,

I just finished replacing my timing belt, water pump and all belts. I made sure to double check the timing marks lined up via this pic:

Timing belt diagram

I put everything back together and no go. I am not sure what to do now. Should the crank sprocket pulley be in a special starting position? I see is has a "1" engraved on it.

Any help is appreciated.
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I'd pull the top timing belt cover off, and verify again the timing marks are correct, i.e. bottom pulley to TDC and make sure the marks line up like in your "diagram A". It's a standard four stroke, which always means the bottom pulley turns twice for one turn of the top pulley. Get it to "diagram A" status and if bottom is at TDC, then you're good to go there.

If it still doesn't start after timing verification, then check for spark, fuel, etc. Something is obviously really wrong. Let us know how you make out, you can get some good help here.


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Thanks for the response. I will check again. I guess there might be a possbility they may have mis-aligned when putting the belts back on =( As far as the "1" that is markd up the pulley, is there any significance for that? I guess I am just fishing for other reasons why it doesn't start. Would it be good practice once I re-align the markings again to turn the sprocket clockwise 2 revolutions to make sure the markings stay lined up?
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Yeah, I usually turn the belt by hand once or twice, just to make sure it's riding right and the marks are correct. "One" on the pulley? Disregard it. Just use the marks in the diagram.


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does it crank but not fire or is it just dead?

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does it crank but not fire or is it just dead?

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It cranks, just won't start. Hopefully I can work on it tonight or tomorrow night.
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As jsinton mentioned, the camshaft gear is double the size of the crank gear because it turns at 1/2 the speed of the crank, therefore it takes 2 turns of the crank to make a complete turn of the cam gear (known as cam timing). You probably have to turn the crank over once as it is right now, Then take off the belt and turn the cam gear 1/2 a turn to realign the marks, & then put the belt back on, that should make it right.

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QUOTE (MikDee @ Aug 15 2011, 03:22 PM)
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As jsinton mentioned, the camshaft gear is double the size of the crank gear because it turns at 1/2 the speed of the crank, therefore it takes 2 turns of the crank to make a complete turn of the cam gear (known as cam timing). You probably have to turn the crank over once as it is right now, Then take off the belt and turn the cam gear 1/2 a turn to realign the marks, & then put the belt back on, that should make it right.

Interesting. I think I might understand then what might have went wrong given I am pretty sure the markings are currently all lined up. Thanks so much.
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Wait! OOPs! sorry,,, Here's something a bit easier to do.

1) Line up the crank (BELT PULLEY) timing mark to Top Dead Center (TDC) on the engine itself, Then check to see if the valves for Cylinder # 1 are being held open, or closed? If closed your cam is in the right position for firing Cyl. #1 then set your distributor rotor to Cyl. #1 and you're done!

2) Or, If either of the valves are being held open, it means your cam is set to fire on a different Cylinder,,, Then just turn the crank pulley one more turn, and check it again, the cam shaft will have moved 1/2 a turn, & your valves should be closed now, go back to step 1) and finish it up.

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QUOTE (MikDee @ Aug 16 2011, 08:22 PM)
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Wait! OOPs! sorry,,, Here's something a bit easier to do.

1) Line up the crank (BELT PULLEY) timing mark to Top Dead Center (TDC) on the engine itself, Then check to see if the valves for Cylinder # 1 are being held open, or closed? If closed your cam is in the right position for firing Cyl. #1 then set your distributor rotor to Cyl. #1 and you're done!

2) Or, If either of the valves are being held open, it means your cam is set to fire on a different Cylinder,,, Then just turn the crank pulley one more turn, and check it again, the cam shaft will have moved 1/2 a turn, & your valves should be closed now, go back to step 1) and finish it up.

Excuse my ignorance but I am not too certain on how to check the valves. I assume I will have to remove the valve cover?
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