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Old 04-03-2016, 12:08 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Look at this timing

So Im doing this timing on my maxi and before I put it back together I want to be 100% sure its right. Before I started taking the chains off i set it to TDC but then it slipped. I seen another post that shows how to line it up and I think I have it right but I just want to double check. Also the noses are pointing to each other on cylinder 1 on the right bank is this right? Am I in time lol. Can anyone confirm this? Also anybody have any tricks to hold the crack in place while torquing it later on??
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Old 04-13-2016, 09:17 PM   Thread Starter #2
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Update so after two weeks I put the maxi back together and it fired up no problem! So I set the timing marks spot on I guess heh, I let it idle for about 20 min and checked for oil leaks. I did get an high idle and a check engine light with a po507 code I will look into it tomorrow and will post an update.
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Its good to see you didnt get any interference. Mine popped while I had mine apart too because I was trying to do it myself ( which I feel is impossible without special tools ). I hope Im as lucky as you lol, definitely keep us up dated..
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Ok I got to my car today and did the idle reset as in this video and it fixed it.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR-AjHCslhs

Overall this job is not that bad once you tackle it and get used to being in tight spaces lol, for anyone that wants to do this on their 3.5 print out all the all data files on it and research research and research, I learned a lot from youtube and 6gen maxima forums, and other posts on the internet, and like everybody says once your in there do everything water pump, plugs etc.
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Would this work on my 2004 maxima 3.5


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