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Timing is out 90 degrees

\015 I Have a Camry with a 3VZ-FE V6 motor. Using a timing light on No1, the Timing is out 90 degrees, even though all marks lineup.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 01-03-2021

Answers :

Your cam shaft probably relaxed while the belt was off it's not at all uncommon. It may have been sittin on a hairs edge of an upcomming valvr and it just kicked it over enoughto throw all the timing out.
It sounds like the problem may be solved by moving the plug wires around on the distributor.
\015\012If the rotor is pointing to No. 2 cylinder at TDC, put No. 1 cylinder plug wire in there. Then go around the distributor in the direction of rotation, plugging in the plug wires following the firing order of the engine.
\015\012The piece of data you need is the firing order which is 1,2,3,4,5,6.
\015\012The cylinders numbers are:
\015\0125 6
\015\0123 4
\015\0121 2
\015\012Front of Engine
\015\012Once you do this, I think it should run -- timing may need to be adjusted.
\015\012Let me know if this does not work.
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