1984 toyota 22r

dchap110

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hi im putting a new timing kit in and can someone tell me if the marks on the sprockets (camshaft and crankshaft) need to be lined up with one another straight up and down? if anyone could email me a diagram picture of the correct pattern it would be great! thanks
 

Jim Fairbanks

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This should help you.....Jim............


INSTALL CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET AND CHAIN
(a) Turn the crankshaft until the shaft key is on top.
(b) Slide the sprocket over the key on the crankshaft.
(c) Place the timing chain on the sprocket with the single bright link aligned with the timing mark on the sprocket.


PLACE CHAIN ON CAMSHAFT SPROCKET
(a) Place the timing chain on the sprocket so that the space between the bright chain links is aligned with the timing mark.
(b) Make sure the chain is positioned dampers.
(c) Turn the camshaft sprocket counterclockwise to take the slack out of the chain.


INSTALL OIL PUMP DRIVE SPLINE Slide the oil pump drive spline over the crankshaft key. NOTE: If the oil pump drive spline is difficult to install by hand, install using SST. SST 09608-35014 (09608-06040)

INSTALL TIMING CHAIN COVER ASSEMBLY
(a) Remove the old cover gaskets. Clean the gasket surface. Install new gaskets over the dowels.
(b) Slide the cover assembly over the dowels and pump spline.
(c) Insert the bolts as shown and torque them.





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Seems like every one I've done, the cam sprocket won't line up just perfectly.
If you put it all togther and the cam sprocket mark seems 1/2 tooth retarded you are okay.
 
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