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Old January 30th, 2006, 01:41 PM   #1
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will the head off a 94 lsi tracker work on a 90 tracker?
both r 1.6l i used the 90 intake, exhaust manifold,
and cant get it to run, checked the timming several times,
the cam sprocket has 2 marks where the head off the 90
only has 1 any help will be a god sent

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will the head off a 94 lsi tracker work on a 90 tracker?
both r 1.6l i used the 90 intake, exhaust manifold,
and cant get it to run, checked the timming several times,
the cam sprocket has 2 marks where the head off the 90
only has 1 any help will be a god sent

...thanx

remove timing belt, rotate crank 180 degrees, its a 2:1 ratio. so there you go.


then hope the pistons don't "interfere" with the valves


there is also a way you could check it by looking at the rotor and knowing when cyl #1 is at TDC if you are 180 degrees off .
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Old January 31st, 2006, 09:21 AM   #3
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remove #1 spark plug. put your finger over the hole rotate crank til u feel pressure then move to TDC.... (like everyone didnt know that already)
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