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Here's what I did and hopefully someone can point out what I did wrong. Rotated cam gear until the mark on it matched up with the triangle mark on the timing belt housing back plate.
Ensured that the rotor on the distributer was pointing downward toward the ground which is closest to number one cylinder plug wire. Next I put the belt on 5. Tried starting truck. Mostly no firing at all with occasional slight hit or pop. Engine is a F6A. On a DD51T truck.
How to Set the Ignition Timing With No Timing Marks
The crankshaft timing mark is on the flywheel,remove the cover in the bed and on top of the flywheel housing is a rubber plug. Remove the plug and turn the crankshaft clockwise til the T mark on the flywheel aligns with the mark. The 1 wire in the cap is usually on the side not bottom,trace the wire back from the plug. On the cam gear there are 2 marks that can be confusing,the one that lines up with a "spoke" on the gear is what you want. The specs call for the timing to be 7 BTDC but most guys find 9 or 10 better.
Jim NelsonFeb 12, Matt likes this. Ok that all makes sense. When you say 7 degrees BTDC is that a number on the flywheel or a position to twist the distributor to?The 13B engine is widely known Mazda Wankel engine.
It was produced over 30 years and offered for many Mazda's models including the RX-7 - legendary Japanese sports car. This Mazda rotary engine has a two-rotor design like its predecessor the 12A. Mazda following the tradition has left the radius of rotors unchanged starting from the 10A engine. The thickness of rotors was increased to 80 mm 3. The 13B looks like a lengthened version of the 12A in this case.
The total displacement of two chambers is cc 1. The first 13B engines had carburetor fuel system and single distributor in the ignition system. Cars using this engine used the AP name In the future, the engine was switched to injection. This engine also received a unique intake manifold with two-level intake box which provided a supercharger-like effect from the Helmholtz resonance.
The new technology significantly improved power and torque of naturally aspirated 13B engines. This non-turbo engine was equipped with the 6PI, DEI systems, and four-injector electronic fuel injection. There are not variable intake and 6PI systems. The 13B-T engine features the four port intake design which similar to early 13B engines from 70's. The use of a turbocharger gave the noticeable improvement in torque. The output of late 13B-T was hp kW at rpm and lb-ft Nm at rpm.
The REW indicates that it is a rotary engine supercharged by twin sequential turbochargers.
This is the first engine in the mass-production with such turbocharger system. The second turbo receives a full share of exhaust flow and adds its boost with the primary turbo after 4, rpm.Wisconsin Motors manufacturers engines for industrial and construction uses.
The company builds a wide range of motors, mostly gasoline-powered, air-cooled models but also some more powerful liquid-cooled engines. For any engine to run smoothly and efficiently, it must be properly timed. Wisconsin engines should be re-timed at least twice per season or whenever the ignition spark appears weak. Open the breaker box, which is usually located on the left side of the engine.
Inspect the point gap. Fairly accurate timing can be achieved by simply setting the breaker point gap to its specified distance.
How to Set the Timing on Wisconsin Engines
Consult the engine's documentation for the exact measurement to use. Setting the gap accurately requires a feeler gauge of the appropriate size, which is placed between the two points while a screwdriver is used to move the plates via the adjusting slot.
Although this will provide reasonably accurate timing, a timing light will be more accurate. Inspect the flywheel shroud.
The opening on the right side reveals the timing mark on the flywheel. Turn the starter sheave clockwise and watch the breaker arm movement. Stop when the engine is on the compression stroke. It is now OK to line up the flywheel timing mark with the pointer. Connect the timing light to the terminal stud, in the lower part of the breaker box. Connect the other wire to ground.
Loosen the lock screw on the contact support plate. Only loosen it enough to allow the plate to move -- no further. Close the points in the adjusting slot using a screwdriver. This will turn the timing light on. When it switches on, turn the screw the opposite way slowly. As soon as the light goes out, stop and keep the points in this state. Test the timing. Turn the flywheel counterclockwise, which will switch on the timing light. Then slowly turn the flywheel clockwise.
The light should switch off at the same time as the flywheel timing mark lines up with the pointer. If this is the case, the engine is timed correctly. Reconnect the coil primary wire to its connection in the lower part of the breaker box. This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.
To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about It Still Works, contact us. Step 1 Open the breaker box, which is usually located on the left side of the engine.
Step 2 Inspect the point gap. Step 3 Disconnect the coil primary wire, located at the bottom of the breaker box. Step 4 Inspect the flywheel shroud. Step 5 Turn the starter sheave clockwise and watch the breaker arm movement.
Step 6 Connect the timing light to the terminal stud, in the lower part of the breaker box. Step 7 Loosen the lock screw on the contact support plate.A timing mark is an indicator used for setting the timing of the ignition system of an enginetypically found on the crankshaft pulley as pictured or the flywheelbeing the largest radius rotating at crankshaft speed and therefore the place where marks at one degree intervals will be farthest apart. On older engines it is common to set the ignition timing using a timing lightwhich flashes in time with the ignition system and hence engine rotationso when shone on the timing marks makes them appear stationary due to the stroboscopic effect.
The ignition timing can then be adjusted to fire at the correct point in the engine's rotation, typically a few degrees before top dead centre and advancing with increasing engine speed. The timing can be adjusted by loosening and slightly rotating the distributor in its seat. Modern engines usually use a crank sensor directly connected to the engine management system.
The term can also be used to describe the tick marks along the length of an optical mark recognition sheet, used to confirm the location of the sheet as it passes through the reader. See, for example, U. Patent 3, filedgrantedwhich refers to a timing track down the left side of the form, and U.
Patent 3, filedgrantedwhich refers to a column of timing marks on the right side of the form. The term can also be used to describe the timing patterns used in some barcodessuch as PostBarData MatrixAztec Codeetc.
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The following picture answered my crank timing issue. Hope it helps someone else. There is a second diamond shaped mark on the aux pulley that has to be lined up on some models. Maybe this picture will help. Image Click to enlarge Was this answer helpful? Was this answer helpful? This drive just runs the oil pump and there is no balance or timing problems. Dose the oil pump sprocket need to be at a certain mark?
The sprocket has a mark but I cannot find what to line it up to. How do I set timing marks on my truck? Also, what is your engine size in liter and the eighth digit of your VIN number? What do I need to take off to get to the timing belt? What do the timing marks look like for my truck listed above it has the 2. Do you. I answered it myself with a little web browsing. Cheers Images Click to enlarge. Was this answer.Ignition timing is when the distributor sends an electric spark into the engine to ignite the fuel.
This fuel ignition is what powers the car. The sequence in which this happens is very finely balanced, or "tuned," to provide maximum power and economy. When he timing is not set properly the car may experience hard starting, low power or bad gas mileage. Setting the timing is normally an easy task, but sometimes the manufacturer's timing marks are missing or damaged.
Setting the timing without any marks is not difficult with the right information and a few common tools. Mark the spark plug wires for the cylinder number using a short piece of masking tape on each wire. Remove all the spark plugs using the spark plug wrench. The engine will be easier to turn by hand with the spark plugs removed and it's a good time to replace them if required. Remove the valve cover from over the number one cylinder. On a V-block engine this is normally the valve cover on the driver's side.
On in-line engines the number one cylinder is the one closest to the front of the car. Check your vehicle's specifications to be sure which cylinder is number one. Rotate the engine clockwise and observe the valves on the number one cylinder. When both valves are in the up position, insert a screwdriver into the number one cylinder through the spark plug hole. Rotate the engine very slowly back and forth until the screwdriver is at the maximum height.
Timing marks for a 2.3 engine
Locate the number one spark plug wire on distributor cap and make a tic-mark of this position with a marker pen on the distributor housing. Remove the distributor cap and observe the position of the rotor. Loosen the distributor hold down bolt and turn distributor until the rotor is lined up with the mark you made in Step 3. Your timing is now set to zero degrees of mechanical timing. Replace the valve cover using a new gasket.
Replace the spark plugs and spark plug wires using the marks from Step 1. You may want to mark the harmonic balancer with a zero point referenced to a fixed point on the engine. A fixed point could be a bolt head or accessory bracket that does not move when the engine is running.
Later on this mark can be used as an indicator for stroboscopic timing. Connect a vacuum gauge to a manifold vacuum source.