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*HELP* 1990 Misubishi 2.0L *LOOK*

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Old 07-17-2010, 02:44 PM
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Hello, I am currently in the process of putting the timing belt back on my car, and I have made it thus far but am stuck right here:

Align the crankshaft and oil pump sprocket timing marks (Figure 9). Since the oil pump sprocket also drives the second, lower balance shaft, be sure to verify the position of the balance shaft. This can be accomplished by removing a threaded plug on the side of the cylinder block and inserting a .310 shank Philips screwdriver into the hole (Figure 10). If the screwdriver can be inserted at least 2.400, the timing of the balance shaft is correct. Otherwise rotate the oil pump drive sprocket one revolution and retest. The screwdriver should remain in the block until the timing belt installation is complete.

Where is the threaded plug? Does anyone have a picture or detailed explanation? Because I can not find it.

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Just to clarify, what side of the motor is that on?
 
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Nvm got it, thanks man!
 
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