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Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download Old Distributor Removal: Note: Ensure the vehicle ignition switch is in the off position and battery is disconnected before attempting the installation of the Vertex ® Electronic Distributor. Step 1 -Disconnect the coil trigger wire coming from the distributor to the negative (-) side of the ignition coil at the coil terminal. Disconnect the wire supplying current to the positive side (+) of the ignition coil. (Note: there may be two wires connected to this terminal, one from the ballast resistor and one from a terminal on the starter solenoid.) Identify this wire(s) for future reference as the coil+ wire(s). Remove the old ignition coil as this is no longer needed. Use a shop service manual and locate the spark plug wire that is used to set the timing (usually spark plug wire #1) and mark this wire location on both the distributor cap and the distributor housing. Step 2- Rotate the engine crank shaft in the direction of proper rotation until the timing mark on the harmonic balancer lines up with the indication on the timing tab for TOP DEAD CENTER (TDC).… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 28-01-2014
Engine Application Ford V6, 144-200; Ford V6, 171 (2600-2800cc); Ford V8, 255, 289, 302 & Boss 302, 1965-1988; Ford V8, 289-351W & Boss 302, pre 1972; Ford V8, 302-351W, 1972 & up; Ford V8, 352-428, 1964-1974; Ford V8, 351C, 351M, 400M, 1970-1982; Ford V8, 429-460, 1968-1971; Ford V8, 429-460, 1972-1987; Ford V8, 429-460 w/nine keyway crank gear; Ford V8, 351W, 351W H.O., 1969-¹84; Ford V8, 5.0L 302 H.O., 1980-March 21, 1984; Ford V8, 5.0L 302, 351W, March 22, 1984-1992.
Tools and supplies needed: 1. Basic hand tools as required for your particular camshaft and balancer bolts 2. Torque wrench 3. Pro Cam Lube (part #153 or #154) or suitable replacement 4. Camshaft Degree Kit (part #4796 including degree video) 5. Crankshaft Socket (part #4798 for Ford 302-351W, 429-460) 6. Thread locking compound 7. Engine repair manual for your particular engine.
The following instructions begin after the timing cover and old timing set have been removed.… Read More
Filed Under (Plymouth) by admin on 10-02-2014
Download 1. Raise vehicle on hoist and remove right front wheel. Remove right inner splash panel. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. 2. Remove generator drive belt idler pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. 3. Remove right engine support assembly vertical bolts from bottom of frame rail (timing belt end of engine). 4. Lower vehicle. Remove upper timing belt cover. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine mount assembly to engine bracket. 5. Move A/C drier aside. Remove coolant reservoir tank. Remove right engine mount. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine mount bracket to engine block. 6. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to align timing marks on camshafts and oil pump housing. See Fig. 1 . 7. On models equipped with hydraulic tensioner, remove hydraulic tensioner bolts and remove tensioner. Place hydraulic tensioner in vise, and SLOWLY compress tensioner plunger. Align the holes in the tensioner body and plunger, and insert a pin through the body and plunger to lock the plunger in place.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-03-2014
Download FORD’ ’2.0L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder – Gasoline – 1974-94 Except Probe REMOVAL & INSTALLATION TIMING BELT Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate engine clockwise and position cylinder No. 1 on TDC of compression stroke. Ensure “O” mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with “O” mark on outer timing belt cover. 2. Looking through plug hole of outer timing belt cover, ensure camshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with cover pointer. See Fig. 1 . 3. Remove fan guard, cooling shroud, cooling fan and fan shroud. Remove drive belt, water pump pulley and automatic belt tensioner. Discharge A/C system (if equipped) using approved refrigerant recovery equipment. Remove A/C compressor mounting bracket with power steering pump attached, and position aside. Drain cooling system. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove thermostat housing and gasket. 4. Remove retaining bolt and crankshaft pulley. Remove hub assembly retaining bolt from crankshaft. Remove outer timing belt cover. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with cover pointer.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 09-02-2014
Download CAUTION: MAKE SURE THE IGNITION SWITCH IS OFF!! The wire from the ignition switch to the ignition coil primary terminal is NOT fused in many applications. If this wire is allowed to touch vehicle or engine ground, with the ignition switch on, it can cause a direct short on the battery possibly causing permanent damage to the vehicle wiring and a fire. Cypress Engineering assumes no liability for damage caused from this occurrence or due to any faults in the existing vehicle wiring. 5. Remove the ignition switch wire from the ignition coil primary positive (+) terminal. Make sure this wire does not come into contact with vehicle or engine ground. 6. Remove the ignition coil and mounting strap from the fan housing and set them aside. 7. Remove the stock distributor and set it aside. 8. Install the Compu-Tronix DIS4-2.3 L Ford Electronic Distributor. Tighten the clamp just enough so that the distributor can still be turned by hand.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 09-12-2013
Download Ford Timing Set Installation Instructions Thank you for choosing COMP Cams® products! We know you have options in valve train component selection and we are proud to be your manufacturer of choice. Please read this instruction sheet carefully before beginning installation, and also take a moment to review the included limited warranty information. Engine Application High Energy Magnum Hi-Tech Ford V6, 144-200 3223 Ford V6, 171 (2600-2800cc) 3236 Ford V8, 255, 289, 302 & Boss 302, 1965-1988 2120 3120 Ford V8, 289-351W & Boss 302, pre 1972 3220 Ford V8, 302-351W, 1972 & up 3230 Ford V8, 352-428, 1964-1974 3208 2108 3108 Ford V8, 351C, 351M, 400M, 1970-1982 3221 2121 3121 Ford V8, 429-460, 1968-1971 3222 2122 3122 Ford V8, 429-460, 1972-1987 2130 3130 Ford V8, 429-460 w/nine keyway crank gear 2134* Ford V8, 351W, 351W H.O., 1969-¹84 2135 3135 Ford V8, 5.0L 302 H.O., 1980-March 21, 1984 2131 3131 Ford V8, 5.0L 302, 351W, March 22, 1984-1992 2138 3138 Notes: * #2120 or #3120 should not be installed on 351W engines as they are designed for 255, 289, 302 or Boss 302 engines.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 09-12-2013
Belt removal Step 1 Disconnect the battery earth cable.* Make sure the engine is cold before you start working on it. Step 2 Turn the crankshaft (in the direction of normal rotation) to TDC by aligning the “O” timing mark on the crankshaft damper. The distributor rotor should be lined up with the index mark on the distributor body. Step 3 Remove any belts, pulleys or hoses interfering with the removal of the timing belt cover. Step 4 Remove the timing belt cover. Step 5 Loosen the belt tensioner adjustment bolt. Step 6 Pry the tensioner away from the belt and retighten the tensioner adjustment bolt. Step 7 Remove the timing belt. Step 8 Carefully inspect the drive. Poor drive alignment, improper belt tension and worn pulleys all contribute to early belt failure. In case of excessive wear, replace the drive component immediately.
Belt installation Step 1 Make sure the timing marks are properly aligned.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 31-12-2013
Download Special Tools Required ?Holder Handle 07JAB-001020A ?Holder Attachment, 50 mm, Offset 07MAB-PY3010A ?Socket, 19 mm 07JAA-001020A or a commercially available 19 mm socket NOTE: ?If you are installing the timing belt and the balancer belt, go to step 1. ?If you are installing only the balancer belt, go to step 7. 1. Remove and clean the balancer belt drive pulley. 2. Clean the timing belt pulleys, and the upper and lower timing cover. 3. Set the crankshaft to TDC. Align the dimple (A) on the tooth of the timing belt drive pulley with the pointer (B) on the oil pump. 4. Clean the camshaft pulley and set it to TDC. 5. Install the timing belt in a counterclockwise sequence, starting with the drive pulley. -1 The ”UP” mark (A) on the camshaft pulley should be at the top. -2 Align the TDC grooves (B) on the pulley with the top edge of the head.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 31-12-2013
Download 2001 Honda Prelude L4-2157cc 2.2L DOHC (VTEC) MFI Vehicle Level Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Engine Timing Belt Service and Repair Removal and Installation. REMOVAL NOTE: * Turn the crankshaft pulley so the No. 1 piston is at Top Dead Center (TDC) before removing the belt. * Inspect the water pump after removing the timing belt. * Replace the timing belt and timing balancer belt at 105,000 miles (168,000 km) according to the maintenance schedule (normal conditions/severe conditions). If the vehicle is regularly driven in one or more of the following conditions, replace the timing belt and timing balancer belt at 60,000 miles (U.S.A.) 100,000 km (Canada). * In very high temperatures (over 110°F, 43°C). * In very low temperatures (under -20°F, -29°C). 1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, then write down the frequencies for the radio’s preset buttons. 2. Disconnect the battery negative terminal first, then the positive terminal.… Read More
Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by admin on 07-02-2014
Download 1994 Chevy Truck C 1500 Truck 2WD V6-262 4.3L VIN Z Vehicle Level Maintenance Tune-up and Engine Performance Checks Ignition Timing Technical Service Bulletins Ignition – Timing Connector Location Change. INFORMATION SUBJECT: TIMING CONNECTOR LOCATION CHANGE MODELS: 1994 CHEVROLET AND GMC C/K TRUCKS WITH GASOLINE ENGINES The timing connector, which can be disconnected to return engine timing to base for adjustment purposes, has been moved from the engine compartment to inside the cab. This new location is not currently reflected in the Service or Owner’s Manual. The new location is under the dash directly below the glove compartment. The tan/black wire is routed for a short distance outside of a large wiring harness. This large harness is routed between the heater blower motor and evaporator case. The timing connector is taped to the wire bundle (Figure 1).… Read More