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En fait ma question est la suivante :
Est que quelqu'un a déja effectuer le calage suivant (valable pour Mopar 2l2 et 2l5) :
( copier/coller du tuto allparts car le lien n'a pas l'air de fonctionner) :
I have advanced the cam on two 2.2 engines, one in a 87 Daytona (turbo), and one in a Shadow (NA). The results were the same on both. More low end torque, and better gas mileage. [Webmaster note: these results are reported by many other people as well, but none provided us with details on how to do it!]
The advance was accomplished by moving the cam gear one belt tooth clockwise, being sure not to slip the belt on the crank gear.
To advance the cam timing the cam gear must be moved forward clockwise from its normal alignment position while all other gears remain in their normal alignment position. Moving the cam gear one tooth clockwise advances the cam timing 9 (nine) degrees.
This can be easily accomplished. The following procedure will get it done without major teardown.
1. Remove the timing belt cover.
2. Rotate the engine until the cam is in the alignment position. (Refer to alignment details in a repair manual for this information if needed.)
3. Remove the distributor cap and mark the location of the rotor so it can be rechecked after advancing the cam gear.
4. Remove the cam bolt.
5. Scratch a small mark on the timing gear and belt so a reference will exist indicating original position.
6. Slide the cam off the shaft, holding the belt and cam together. Be sure to keep the belt in tension so it will not change its location on the crank and distributor gears.
7. Carefully move the cam one notch clockwise from its original location on the timing belt, and reseat the cam gear on the cam shaft. This will require starting the cam gear on the cam shaft and rotating the engine using the cam gear to realign the camshaft key and timing gear keyway.
8. Re-install the cam bolt and tighten to specifications.
9. Rotate the engine until the rotor is located at the same place it was prior to cam advance
10. Check the location of the cam gear and verify it is now clockwise the distance of one notch from where it was when originally aligned.
11. Start the engine. It should sound normal, with perhaps a little better off idle throttle response.