Yep I'm all over the web.
Has the engine been running then suddenly stopped or what happened exactly?
can you zoom out a bit on the cam lineup pic? Hard to tell angle of cap. Normally there's a . and a | on the cap. The hole in gear aligns with | but I'll have to look manual for bottom lineup without cover.
Actually it was on Steve's noise forum.
Another question, who did your harness and isn't your car 91-94?
Its a 93. Harness was made by mudpit perfomance guy. He does a lot of dsm work.
It never ran perfectly. I let the mudpit guy do my fmic and wiring.
When I bought the engine the Dist cap was broken, so I bought one off speedvision, then I bought plugs and wires.
Sent it to get wiring done.
After wiring was done I ran the vacuum lines and capped some off like a/c control sensor and cold start.
The car still ran bad THEN it stopped. Turns out the ignitor needs to be mounted to unpainted metal cuz the bracket for the ignitor/coil is the ground.
After that it always ran poorly. Up until recently I didn't know I had the wrong firing order. I was running 1324. It still works on 1324 today. It won't work on 1342 like its suppposed to.
You or gtrevva do wiring harnesses for 300$. But my harness came cut. Basically had no wiring at all. So I figured I'd let someone local do it so I could get them fast replacement parts if needed.
Uhm... Ill try to get you the picture as soon as possible today. I don't think I can upload a pic from my phone to photobucket.
Any other questions? I check the forums several time a day. I'm pretty desperate.
Edit: Okay here's the pictures... Completely unsure of what you wanted me to take pictures of. So I took all kinds of pictures of the timing... eh heh.....
EDIT: OH YES! I forgot I pulled my spark plug, and when my cam is in THIS exact position... Cylinder 1 is on top. What valve is open at that time I have no clue lol.
I stuck a long straw down in the hole, and rotated the crankshaft with my hand and watched the straw. It's highest point is definitely when the 4e lines up with that dot shown in the pictures.