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How to line up no1 cylinder on TDC on 1998 Daewoo Lanos SOHC. Have got the cam sprocket on its correct marking, but the crankshaft pulley has only pick up coil on it no timing mark Thanks John Gold Coast Aussie

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-07-2019

Answers :

This is a trick that will work on any conventional motor.
\015\0121. sit a piece of wire in the spark plug hole long enough to touch the piston @ half stroke and not fall in = mark the spot with a correction pen on the pully
\015\0122. holding the wire in place, turn the crank away from the wire until the piston touches the piston again = mark the spot
\015\0123. measure half way between the marks and mark with easily visable mark.
\015\012happy motoring
Ibring piston to compression stroke. Apiece of tissue in the plug hole will blow out and then turn crank by hand until the piston is at the top. There should be timing mstks on the crankshaft pully.no timing marks? Then ease the crank around untill the piston starts to go done you can feel the piston with a straw. Note, the crank pully keyway more than like be at the 12 oclock position. good luck
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