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FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Timing Marks cam wheel etc

Hi I am part way through the Removal of the Cylinder head on my Seicento Sporting - need to replace tha gasket as its definitely a gonner. The guide on the forum is great - thanks to Levemircento. Ive got the cam belt covers off both top and bottom but am just a bit stuck with finding the timing marks on the cam wheel and the crankshaft cam belt wheel. What and where are they. Ive never done this before.

some photos in here httpwww.fiatforum.compunto19733...e-engines.html its not a problem if they move a bit on the 8v fire engines as they are safe engines. as long as they are in line again before fitting new belt. there is also a tdc mark on flywheel that you can see through bell housing for setting crank at tdc

Thanks Dave The pictures are great - I was slightly confused when I checked my bottom cam wheel as there is a groove on the wheel and a dab of red paint somewhere else on the wheel. Is it the groove that you line up John

yes

spending alot of time in the cento section Dave more than usual anyway..

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 How to Set the Valve Timing

Hi guys I have a seicento 2000 Sporting SPI (with MPI setup on cambelt). As explained in another thread im converting back to the cinquecento SPI cambelt and pulleys option so that i can run a vernier pulley as my valve timing i believe is slightly out about 20mpg driving cauciously between 2k- 4K. List of mods are as follows GSR induction kit 4.5Kg Flywheel 75 punto (866) cams 1mm skim off the head

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FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Setting the engine and ECU timing for Megasquirt

This is gonna be a quick one for Lennie but hopefully of use for others. Some engines blocks and stuff dont have accurate timing marks and if your installing a management system and configuring from scratch its best to get this stuff right. I only created one timing mark at TDC (top dead centre) and used a variable timing strobe to check all different angles of timing. Its far easier this way imho.

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Engine timing

Seicento 1108cc engine - Please can somebody advise the correct position of the flywheel timing mark with the crankshaft & camshaft pulleys are set to the respective marked positions the mark on the flywheel is next to the 5 o position. The engine is surging when idling & wonder if the timing is OK Thanks A123PRH

not really sure what your looking for but.. the flywheel it keyed so that the notch is over the 0degree arrow when piston 1 (and 4) are at tdc its really just bits left over from helping people setup the dizzy back in the day before EFI im not sure of the timing fiat use for idle but as long as the timing wheel is in the right position (you cant put it on wrong really. there it a pin on the pulley

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Retarding Timing Standard setup

Kinda a novice question but non the less With my decomp plate until i get a adjustable pulley its impossible to time the cinq perfectly as its half a tooth out unless i dont tension it properly... and id rather have it half a tooth retarded than half a tooth advanced My question though is which pulley needs to be retarded for the ignition to be retarded Im guessing its the Crank as thats where the

Originally Posted by GhostWKD Thing is though crank and cam timing are run off the same belt so when 1 is in the other will be out its not a case of 1 being right other being wrong kinda thing surely no theyre controlled by different things. the ecu uses the cutout on the crank wheel to determine when the bottom end is at TDC . you cannot adjust this. that wheel is fixed in that place you cannot adjust

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Bottom pulley timing mark

Is the red arrow pointing to the correct timing mark Reason I ask is mine is ground away (lord knows why) so its a bit of guess work. If anyone knows how many mm down from the top of the section the original mark is that would be excellent so I can time it up properly

how are you setting the timing That mark is not for setting the belt too the belt should be set to the mark on the wheel. And the mark on the wheel should be set to the mark on the oil pump assembly. With all them alligned - the other mark on the belt should allign with the mark on the cam sprocket which should allign with the mark on the cam cover.

Originally Posted by arc how are you setting the timing That mark is not for setting the belt too the belt should be set to the mark on the wheel. And the mark on the wheel should be set to the mark on the oil pump assembly. With all them alligned - the other mark on the belt should allign with the mark on the cam sprocket which should allign with the mark on the cam cover. Line up the cam pulley with

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Adjustable Cam Wheel

There is a adjustable Cam wheel on the market but i want to make one by myself friend of mine. Does it give a lot of improvement to the engine And what should I do timing Later of earlier. Need Highend BHP. All info is welcome. Something like this

Theres a Vernier pulley available for the FIRE 11081242 Who makes them What cost I know nothing about making vernier pulleys and Id advise to buy one tbh... BUT I understand the best easiest way to advance retard the timing is to slot the holes in the alternator pulley (the TDC sensor takes its signal from that) and file off the locating pin (but make sure you put on some form of alignment mark otherwise the bugger wont work)..

Thats changing the timing of ignition. I also want to do that but than you need a scoop to check it. Especially with 15PSI of boost.

Yes there is a vernier available for the fire engine. Speak to Avanti. A vernier is simply a can wheel in two parts inner and outer allowing the cam to be timed more acurately than moving it one tooth at a time. You can get the cam close by the rough adjustment the vernier works only through an arc of just less than a tooth. That is for timing the cam . Changing the ignition timing can be done by playing with the position of the crank sensor but it doesnt change the cam timing. Cheers D

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 timing belt

i was a bit worried changing the timing belt as i have never changed one on a cinq before i was surprise how easy it was i like to say thanks to the guide on change timing belt it was a big help. the only thing that threw me was the two lines on the belt corresponding to the marks on the block and head but after that it wasnt to bad. however i cant be the only that says this the previous own never

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Sei 1100 Fire timing belt change - Oh crap

Please help. Needed to change the water pump because it was leaking. Thought it would be a good idea as a new owner to chance the plugs and leads and timing belt and tensioner as well. Need a couple of questions from knowlegeable member answered. If I say plug one is on the left of the engine as I stand in front of it and there are four coil points running towards me from the bulk head to the the raidiator

You can get the crank 360 degrees out but it wont run at all then you have to set the crank at number one piston compression TDC remove plugs and rotate until you find compression at one pinky in plus hole will do. Then aling the cam wheel mark and you are done. I think you have not put back all the bits of black spagetti where they came from good luck this is an It car... Noel

Originally Posted by Pep0 You can get the crank 360 degrees out but it wont run at all then you have to set the crank at number one piston compression TDC remove plugs and rotate until you find compression at one pinky in plus hole will do. Then aling the cam wheel mark and you are done. I think you have not put back all the bits of black spagetti where they came from good luck this is an It car...

Wasted spark ignition means that 1 and 4 are paired and 2 and 3 are paired. When no 1 is on compression number 4 is at the end of the exhaust stroke so the spark going there does nothing. (there is an advanced theory that it will ignite any unburnt gasses in the exhaust mix which helps emmissions but thats for another day) Crank turns twice for each rotation of the cam 9 oclock is correct for the

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Retard timing

Does anyone know the procedure to retard the timing on a cinquecento sporting i would like to retard it so that i can run a nitrous system without damaging anything too much. If i were to retard the timing by say 4 degrees would i have to run a premium fuel all the time Cheers in advance guys and girls

Move the slot on the toothed wheel. Cheers PD

Originally Posted by Brooky it wont make any differance surly the ECU controls the LTand the coil does its job and boots out a HT spark. not matter what postition the coil is in I think he is thinking the coil pick-up is on the end of the cam . File the toothed wheel I think someone said earlier. Cheers PD

the way to do it is... remove the front wheel on the drivers side of the car then the wheel arch liner. now you will see a pully(with a toothed edge) that goes to the alternator. its held on by 4 bolt. remove these and then the pully. On the pully you will see a small hole which locates on a pin on the crank shaft. Drill this hole out to about 4mm and also file out the bolt holes. once done you will

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Fitting a timing belt

I dont want to sound dumb but how do you fit the timing belt. Do I have to back off the alternator and remove the belt The edge lip of the sump appears to be in the way Also re the timing marks mentioned a number of times in various posts How can I see them theres the alternator pulley and the sump in the way. Dont want to be dumb but maybe I am being

Its not a difficult task but it does need doing right. The timing marks (on the crank pulley and cam wheel) need to be aligned perfectly or it wont run properly. As rallycinq says the Haynes is spot on for this. John

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 weird noise has developed- drivers wheel

..so the exhaust is now fixed and all was well for 24 hours... On the way to work today descovered some weird noise coming from the drivers side wheel area. Sounds a bit like theres a box of plates in the bonnet clanging around usually under revs noticeable when in gear (havent noticed it in neutral - but tend not to coast so hard to say really). Happens irrespective of speed direction - turning or

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Bonded Crown wheelturbo potential future problem

Its amazing the things you learn hanging around rally service areas. This is not a cento problem yet but may raise its ugly head. fiat are not the only ones to use bonded crown wheels. The topic of conversation today was Pugwatt bonded crown wheels and how with additional shocks fed through them in rallyingracingsprinting etc they can become unbonded. If anybody suddenly looses drive and the shafts are intact this may be the issue. This has been tagged for the future Cheers SPD

Also an issue on old ford essex engines but on the timing side of things. MOdiffied wheels are readily available. IMHO bonded bad

Originally Posted by kritip Also an issue on old ford essex engines but on the timing side of things. MOdiffied wheels are readily available. IMHO bonded bad Was that not a cog made of fibre rather than a bonded issue Cheers SPD

Coming here first might have saved you this bother. The crank sensor is fairly fragile you should have removed the crank pulley to change the belt rather than try and move the sensor. The sensor needs to be I think 1.5mm from the toothed wheel. Cheers D Badback thanked for this post

I knew about it many weeks ago just dont wanna spend the money I wanted to pay for them after the holiday which is this time next week but never mind my wheels over 65 shakes like something from Alton towers so i think i need my wheels and tracking checked but as for the uneven wear god knows just random tires gonna go wheel spinning round a wet carpark next week before I have them fitted

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Help with timing on Seicento

Can anyone help me with a step by step guide to doing the timing on the Seicento V reg as the timing belt as snapped and i am going to replace it myself but never have done anything like this before.. All help appreciated... thanks.

Well you need axle stand to allow removal of drivers side wheel (in UK) to remove the inner wing shield then you will know you need to try the FAQ and guides. But it is easy with FIRE engines just dont annoy the crank angle sensor or its wiring e.g. it wont like a good thump with a spanner... Noel baza thanked for this post

if its 1108 engine then its just a case of lining up the marks on the cam wheel and crank wheel baza thanked for this post

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 timing belt

when fitting the timing belt where is the mark on the engine block for the bottom pully

its hard to see best off using the one on fly wheel there is a rubber bung in bell housing to remove so you can see it

thanks guys been really helpful i will get some sort of box mounting made up in the meantime ill hope for the best - neeed to get timing sorted now then its all ready to go -D

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Fiat Seicento Cambelt Inspection

Hi Im new to the forum. I have a 2002 51 Seciento SX 1108. When I bought the car in March I was on the other side of the country so my dad bought it for me. He test drove it around some private land and told me it felt a lot faster than the cinquecento that I also have. He insisted that the cambelt needed doing as he always does when he buys secondhand cars to be on the safe side. (We didnt know it

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Common CinqSei faults

Hey peeps Am sure the regular FF - Cinqsei section are definitely starting to see a common pattern with faults that comes with our beloved little cars. I guess Ill make this thread and name several faults and feel free to add in any I miss. Handbrakes - Symptoms Hand brake not holding the car &8211 Solutions Usually requires a overhaul of the system including Cable shoe elbow or actuator and drums.

FIAT PUNTO Timing belt replacement...

Hi weather permitting Im hoping to do my cambelt water pump and coolant renewal on Saturday. This is on a 1.2l 8v Punto mk2 ELX (2000) Ive been poring over the various guides and threads but Im still a little unclear on some points and hopefully wiser heads can give me some pointers. Im going to pull together links Ive found into one place here as i ask questions. Hopefully thats useful to others approaching

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Seicento Sporting cam-belt noise

hey all hope someone can help. my larl Seicento 2001 Sporting has developed a cam -belt noise its a sort of whiningsequelgrinding noise my first thoughts were its the cam -belt tensioner. it gos up in speed and pitch with the reving of the engine honestly anyone who heres it says CAM -BELT TENSIONER so replacing it should fix this problem right NOPE after a replacement kit (cam-belt and tensioner)

Originally Posted by cc1 Phonic wheel reset. httpwww.fiatforum.comcinquecento...nic-wheel.html Thought that could only be done with new ECU s i did read about that some where but dont it have to flash all the time to indicate a possible Phonic wheel reset. and a intimitant flashing light usualy means missfire i did have a look last night for any flashing from ht-leads but everythings ok there. still

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 squeelin noise

I keep gettin this high pitched squeelin noise from my engine exactly like a fan belt slippin but when this noise is happenin my engine lacks power and when the noise stops power returns anyone have any ideas. if you get any closer you will need a condom.

yeah the alternator is the fan belt but that name harks back to the viscous fan days (all grey hairs say aye) as regards the alternator belt it is easier just to take the wheel off.did mine when i did the timing belt) The fiat cinquecento Fun While It Runs

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 cinquecento wont start (

Ive recently been given a 1997 cinquecento sporting that was running just over a year ago and needed a wheel bearing water pump and new belts. Ive replaced the water pump and wheel bearing and put new belts on lining up the timing lines as stated in the haynes manual when refitting them. I went to turn it over after putting it all together and it was just clicking and not turning over at all. I came

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 1.4 8 valve sei

ive just got hold of a 1.4 8 valve punto gp block which im going to fit my p75 head to ive sorted the compression out just need to sort the timing gear and water pump out to make them compatable with the p75 timing gear and belt ill let you all know how it goes if anyone else has tried this feed back would be very welcome

could create knock if the compression ratio is increased also but do you have a knock sensor to compensate for this and are the map settings correctly set for this deviation 4) The GP engines pistons are of a different design and create a higher compression ratio so will most likely create an interference engine with your new head. 5) The new Euro 5 engines are a pain in the ass because of fiats

could create knock if the compression ratio is increased also but do you have a knock sensor to compensate for this and are the map settings correctly set for this deviation 4) The GP engines pistons are of a different design and create a higher compression ratio so will most likely create an interference engine with your new head. 5) The new Euro 5 engines are a pain in the ass because of fiats

could create knock if the compression ratio is increased also but do you have a knock sensor to compensate for this and are the map settings correctly set for this deviation 4) The GP engines pistons are of a different design and create a higher compression ratio so will most likely create an interference engine with your new head. 5) The new Euro 5 engines are a pain in the ass because of fiats

could create knock if the compression ratio is increased also but do you have a knock sensor to compensate for this and are the map settings correctly set for this deviation 4) The GP engines pistons are of a different design and create a higher compression ratio so will most likely create an interference engine with your new head. 5) The new Euro 5 engines are a pain in the ass because of fiats

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Seicento track slag

My little track car also in the for sale section httpwww.fiatforum.comclassifieds...26787&catall Specs Tricker 40mm throttle body High lift Cam Custom Lightened and balanced flywheel Gsr Induction kit Gsr Water pipes 1.2 punto p60 lump New timing beltspulleys All new gaskets New lightweight aluminium radiator New timing belt New water pump New engine mounts Powder coated water rail engine mount and

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 looking for a Cinquecento to convert

Hi all the time has come for me to begin a project . Have been recently ploughing through owners clubs forums to get an idea of whats out there and come across the cinquecento im after a cheapish one and has to be sporting as im going to put the 1.2 spi engine in there . was also wondering how much i am looking at spending on one of these engines. plus is there parts available for this engine such

Hi charlie_chinq I have a 1998 1.1 red cinquecento Sporting. It has done 40154 miles. MOT expires Aug 20th 08. Tax expires 300808. The starter motor has gone on the car as it has not been driven for several months due to me driving my new car. At 38452 miles the car had a new timing belt brake padsshoescylinders rear wheel bearing engine mounting and service. The body work is faded on the roof the

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 ECU Problem Shummacher edition

hi 2001 shummacher edition 1.2 sporting cars done 56k fsh I have a flashing ecu light that fiat tell me is a generic ignition problem fiat now have tried 3 times to fix to no avail. Tried changing plugsleads and had ecu checked out with fiat anybody had same problem or know whats happening

Originally Posted by D4nny8oy If the phonic wheel learn isnt performed after a cambelt change it will cause this (the synchronisation of the cam and crank sensors is used to detect misfires and the phonic wheel learn must be reset after a belt change no matter how perfectly aligned it appears to be). you may have something there car is into fiat again to get sorted out so ill phone garage and ask them

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Smoke on go Er broke...Have I killed it

Went to use my W reg Seicento (899cc) last week in the freezing weather started the motor then witnessed billowing whiteblue tint smoke from under the bonnet. Killed the ignition opened the bonnet and a clean snap seen through the alternator belt. My first impression was the alternator had seized but can still turn freely (not sure if it was frozen or had freed up by that point if it had been frozen

I re inserted the bolts. Note It is not possible to do this aloneas any angle at all from the alternator makes it totally impossible to replace the bolts they need a completely unimpeded straight in refastening if it touches the alt. body whilst you do this no way can it be done. That done I adjusted the belt tension. The belt used was a Goodyear part number 10AV0800. I had ordered a genuine fiat

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