Having problems with your 1994 Plymouth Voyager ?

Replaced head gaskets now it wont start

\015 Im not sure if the crank is in time with the cams. is that possible even if all timing marks are lined up properly\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-01-2019

Answers :

You could be off time by 180 degrees. The crank turns twice for every one turn of the camshaft. To double check take off the vale cover for #1 pistonand turn the engine by hand a little way past top dead center and see which valve opens. It should be the exhaust valve. If it's not, simply rotate the engine until you see the intake open and start to close and line up your timing marks from there. Then reposition your distributor so that it is in line to fire on that cylinder. Hope this helps.
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