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8/07/2008
19:32:25

Subject: TDC(compression)
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trying to do dead horse...er....injector sync! I am confused about TDC on compression stroke. Do i use the "v6" mark on harmonic balancer or the 0 deg. groove on the harmonic balancer?



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8/08/2008
04:16:09

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Its simple, the easiest "i think" is to pull the #1 spark plug out and have a buddy place his tumb over the hole, then turn the motor over, by hand with a socket and rachet when your buddy feels air push on his thumb you know your on the compression stroke then just take the balancer to the 0 degree mark. hope this helps.



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8/17/2008
05:46:52

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Its the line all the way across not the V6 mark
that you put to 0

Eaisier yet when the line is at 0 the rotor
will be pointing to pass side if pointing
to drivers side its on the exhaust stroke

If you look down over rotor it should be right
near the cyl line on dist pickup

what are you trying to do here anyway

Larry
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8/17/2008
19:35:55

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Injector sync. Just getting the motor back together and ready to go in truck. Was looking around here and thought id go ahead and set it up @ +3 ish. THANKS!



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8/20/2008
02:22:27

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Ijust explained it in this post

http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/v6/16163.html

Injector Sync 101

That is probably how many times I have explained
it in the last 5 years

LOL LOL LOL !!!

Larry
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