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Old 08-02-2011, 05:49 PM   #1
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Icon6 timing marks on crank pulley...

hey i know when timing a D15B2 your supposed to use the different color marks on the crank pulley, well what if your pulley is so old there are no more colors? from what i can see there are 3 clustered together and 1 by itself? I bought a EF hatch for $500 needed timing belt, did the timing belt and runs good but i want to double check to make sure I'm at 18 degrees which is what the label says under the hood. thanks for your help!
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Old 08-02-2011, 05:52 PM   #2
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Default Re: timing marks on crank pulley...

base timing should be 16.5 degrees...

The single mark is 0, the middle one of the 3 close marks is your 16.5.

Be sure you jump the service connector when you are checking timing also.
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Default Re: timing marks on crank pulley...

that means its timed right cause i put a dot where the middle line is and the mark on the lower cover lines up there, and of coarse i jumped the blue connector next to the ECU. My sticker under my hood says base timing at 18+2 advance I don't know why its different then what you said.
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