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Old 09-18-2014, 08:52 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Metro - '90 Geo 2 door
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A bit bassackwards! Remove plugs, place in 5th gear, push the geo for timing mark to tdc, mark the wheel, then push the geo for one rotation of the wheel and observe the rotation of the crank shaft. Life is better here if your timing cover is history! According to the notes on this thread, you should get 2.66 turns on the on the crankshaft for one turn of your wheel using the suzuki transmission. That would be 1.33 turns on the camshaft; easier to see!
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