2001-2007 Mazda Tribute Timing Marks Diagram Duratec Engine
2001-2007 Mazda Tribute Timing Marks Diagram Duratec Engine – The Mazda Tribute was the first SUV model from the Japanese carmaker Mazda. In January 2000, the Tribute at the Los Angeles Auto Show was presented and came in September of the same year on the German market. It was developed in close cooperation with the former parent company Ford, where he is not only the technical base but also the essential parts of the body with the Ford Escape / Mercury Mariner said.
The engine range was identical to the models. In 2006, the sale was set in Europe. In Asia, the car will continue to be offered with a slightly changed body. The Mazda Tribute was much more successful than in Europe in the USA, so there in 2007 a completely new model came on the market. This second-generation was divided again with the Ford Escape, the technique and the bottom group and was produced until 2012.
2001-2007 Mazda Tribute Timing Marks Diagram Duratec Engine:
Because of a lack of clearance, this procedure is very difficult with the engine installed in the vehicle. Adding to the difficulty of the job is the fact that there is no Top Dead Center (TDC) timing mark on the crankshaft. This makes it tricky to align the camshaft sprockets to the crankshaft. The number one piston should be at Top Dead Center when the crankshaft pulley keyway is at the 11 o’clock position. Please watch the following video for more details on removing and installing the timing chain on the 3.0 L Duratec V6 engine:
This diagram applies to the Mazda Tribute 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 year models that use 3.0 L Duratec V6 engine. This engine is also applied to:
- Jaguar S-Type
- Lincoln LS
- Mazda MPV
- Mondeo ST220
- Ford Five Hundred
- Mercury Montego
- Ford Freestyle
- Mercury Mariner
- Ford Fusion
- Mercury Milan