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Old 05-05-2009, 01:34 PM   #1
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H22 TDC mark on flywheel

can someone please answer this simple question that I somehow cannot seem to get a solid answer on........once and for all... which is TDC on a JDM H22a manual flywheel.....don't say it's the white mark because I have two marks that are white....and one that is red....the pic is what I see on my flywheel

also is it possible to have TDC on the exhaust stroke when everything lines up...including rotor pointing at #1

I can't believe I am having this much trouble with this damn timing

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Old 05-05-2009, 01:47 PM   #2
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If I remember correctly when I set my timing, I just made sure that piston #1 was at TDC (all the way up), then made sure I was on the compression stroke (both exhaust and intake valves for #1 closed), and then lined up the 15 degree mark on the flywheel.
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If I remember correctly when I set my timing, I just made sure that piston #1 was at TDC (all the way up), then made sure I was on the compression stroke (both exhaust and intake valves for #1 closed), and then lined up the 15 degree mark on the flywheel.
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the 15 degree mark is for setting ignition timing

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the cross is the TDC mark, and is the mark used for lining up the timing belt.

your fly should actually look something like this:

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Ah, I remember now, thanks Steve!

It's been since 2006 that I did my belt and conversion.


And so that means that the + mark is the red mark?
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15 should be 15 degrees before top dead center...

So logically the next mark on the flywheel (when rotating counter-clockwise) after the "15" would be TDC.

So basically the same thing everyone just told you lol. I'm always laaaate
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:33 AM   #7
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yeah the CROSS is the TDC i just double checked mine, i've must of looked at mine wrong before because i thought it was the line by the 15 but it was not, i turned the crank a couple of times counter clockwise with a screw driver stuck in the #1 cyl. plug hole to double check my TDC and when i saw it get to TDC i checked the mark on the fkywheel and it WAS at the CROSS.
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