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7/30/2003
16:23:23

Subject: How do you set to TDC?? 4.7L
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How do I set the cams back to TDC?? No I didn't paint the cams before removal. I used a black marker not being smart enough to know it would rub off!!!



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8/03/2003
07:35:46

RE: How do you set to TDC?? 4.7L
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When the marks are lined up, it's at TDC, the cams will only go in one way, they have a pin in them for the sprocket. Hope that helps



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8/03/2003
09:04:57

RE: How do you set to TDC?? 4.7L
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Actually Todd, at least one cam may go in more than one way, that might have something to do with the problem this guy is having. I suspect though that it might have more to do with a distubed timing chain, that is why he is trying to re-index from scratch.



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8/03/2003
09:30:31

RE: How do you set to TDC?? 4.7L
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Just bought a 2001 Dakota with the 4.7. Happy Guy with new toy! ! ! Whats some good web site for performance parts?



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8/04/2003
11:33:05

RE: How do you set to TDC?? 4.7L
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When the mark on the crank dampener is
lined up with the mark. You are either at top
dead center or bottom dead center. Top dead
center is when the crank is lined up and the
V8 symbols on the cam sprokets are BOTH
horizontal. (V8) (V8)



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