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i cant find the timing marks on a 2004 1.8 nissan sentra. And

Customer Question

i cant find the timing marks on a 2004 1.8 nissan sentra. And my manual has a very poor guide as to timing this engine. I found the mark on the exhaust.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Paul M ASE Master replied 7 years ago.

Hello and thank you for using Just Answer

 

I am attaching the full timing chain procedure . it includes the graphics you need

 

click here to view the procedure

 

let me know if you need more help

 

thanks

 

Paul M.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Relist: Inaccurate answer.
Expert:  Paul M ASE Master replied 7 years ago.

I will get the information now

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Paul .I wanted info on a 1.8L not a 2.5 Thanks.Customer
Expert:  Paul M ASE Master replied 7 years ago.

 

Sorry for that the 2004 model shows only a 2.5

 

I had to go to 2003 model to find the 1.8

 

click here for installation

 

sorry for that

 

Paul

Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Paul. I also asked if the tining chain would move on crank gear if cover has not been removed.

 

Expert:  Paul M ASE Master replied 7 years ago.

I would not think it would move but if you are just removing the head I would suggest you hang the chain so it doesn't have a chance to move

 

it looks like it should stay pretty tight around the crank gear with the guides

 

Paul M.