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1995 Mitsubishi Mirage Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 1.8L YEC

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1995 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.8L 112 1834
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1992 - Mitsubishi Galant GSR Fr:06-00-92
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1996 Mitsubishi Galant Distributor Rotor YEC

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YEC Distributor Rotor
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1992 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Distributor Rotor YEC

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: 05/1991-
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1992 - Mitsubishi Expo LRV Fr:05-00-91
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1993 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 2.4L YEC

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: 05/1992-
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1993 - Mitsubishi Expo LRV L 4 Cyl 2.4L - 2351 Fr:05-00-92
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1993 Mitsubishi Galant Distributor Rotor YEC

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: 06/1992-02/1993
Brand: YEC
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1993 - Mitsubishi Galant Fr:06-00-92 To:02-00-93
YEC
1996 Mitsubishi Galant Distributor Rotor YEC

P311-5CB2F7C    W0133-1640427  New

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: 06/1995-06/1995, Models made in USA
Brand: YEC
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1996 - Mitsubishi Galant Fr:06-00-95 To:06-00-95
YEC
1995 Mitsubishi Mirage Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 1.5L YEC

P311-5CB2F7C    W0133-1640427  New

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: 06/1994-, California
Brand: YEC
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1995 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.5L 90 1468 Fr:06-00-94
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1996 Mitsubishi Mirage Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 1.5L YEC

P311-5CB2F7C    W0133-1640427  New

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: -04/1996, California
Brand: YEC
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1996 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.5L 90 1468 To:04-00-96
YEC
1996 Mitsubishi Mirage Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 1.8L YEC

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YEC Distributor Rotor
  • Production: -04/1996
Brand: YEC
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1996 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.8L 112 1834 To:04-00-96

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Timing belt / marks alignment & TDC of cylinder #1

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Question From nwfixer on Timing belt / marks alignment & TDC of cylinder #1

Is aligning the timing marks on the camshafts and crankshaft enough when changing a timing belt?

I have a 1989 Dodge Raider (Mitsubishi Montero) and I am in the process of replacing the timing belt. I've successfully lined up all three timing marks and installed the belt, but I've read on a couple of forums that I should also check and make sure the #1 cylinder is at top dead center. Others have mentioned the position of the distributor rotor as something to watch. While I understand caution is needed when doing this repair these additional steps don't make make sense to me.

My knowledge of engines is far from complete, but from what I've learned it does not seem possible for the #1 piston to be in the wrong position when the timing mark on the crankshaft is correctly aligned. The #1 piston should come to TDC each time the timing mark is lined up - if it doesn't I have much bigger problems than a timing belt. Is that correct or am I missing something fundamental?

Likewise for the distributor rotor. I've verified the rotor turns once for each turn of the camshaft that drives it. It doesn't seem possible to have the rotor in the incorrect position if the camshaft timing mark is in the correct position.

Is verifying the alignment of the timing marks sufficient or do I need to take additional steps to make sure this repair is done correctly?

Response From Hammer Time

You're right. That stuff only matters when installing the distributor.

Response From nwfixer

Thanks much for the reply. I'll stop worrying now...

Response From Discretesignals

What most don't understand is that when you go to align your marks the piston for number one is going to be TDC no matter which stroke. Which stroke it is on, compression or exhaust, when the piston is top dead center is determined by the position of the camshaft(s).

As long as you don't remove the distributor and your marks on the cam sprockets and crank gear are lined up correctly. It should start right up. Even if you were to have your camshaft spockets 180 degrees from the marks, but your crank was TDC, it will still start up and run.

Response From nwfixer

It started right up and runs better than it has in years. Thanks much for the help. Now I just have to figure out why the AC compressor won't come on. If it's not one thing it's another.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Compressor - if it gets power could be that clutch air gap is excessive. Free to check. Should be too tight or close to a standard folded biz card if it gets power and too wide it wont pull in. A careful tap on outer head would make it engage if all else if right,

T

Response From nwfixer

Turns out to be either low pressure in the AC system or a pressure switch failure. Starting a new thread on this one.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This will be read only now but do make new threads for separate issues. Hard for us or anyone to follow if too much in one thread,

T