Having problems with your 1994 Mitsubishi Galant ?

Hi and thanks for your reply to my question re: ?timing marks? (not firing order) Problem is the diagrams that were sent are for a SOHC for a 4 Cylinder not a Quad Cam (DOHC) 6 Cylinder. I can see the marks on the Cams (top of motor) but I'm not sure how to a line the bottom mark on the crankshaft. I know I can just line up the top marks and just make sure not to move any but to make sure I would prefer to match them all up to be sure while replacing the timing belt. Also are the OEM belt kits a

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 26-09-2022

Answers :

Take the Crankshaft Pulley off in order for you to see the Markings ON the Crankshaft Sprocket (usually a machine pressed dot or line). And you should be able to see the Marking On the Engine right behind this.
\015\012Based on your year (1994): I would replace whatever you want to replace now, especially with everything apart. Think....everything back together and it (they) go out! Now you have to take everyhting back together.
\015\012Regarding the OEM vs Dayco vs Gates. OEM is better but more expensive, Dayco & Gates not as good but less expensive...just my opinion. How much longer will you have with this car??
\015\012Cheers!
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