Ok, at least the picture is clearer now. The timing chain is correct. Most probably the firing order is wrong. Check the diagram.
I do not know which type of distributor you have but you mentioned non adjustable so the second one should be the correct one. Check the procedures.
If engine was cranked after distributor was removed, remove spark plug No. 1. Place finger over cylinder No. 1 spark plug hole. Crank engine slowly until compression is felt. Align timing mark on pulley to "0" on engine timing indicator. Ensure rotor points to cylinder No. 1 spark plug tower on distributor cap. Complete distributor installation. Start engine and check ignition timing.
If engine crankshaft has been rotated since HVS was removed, marks made during removal to aide installation are no longer valid. If this condition exists, start installation procedure at Step 4).
1. Align rotor to second mark made during removal. Guide HVS into engine. Ensure rotor rotates approximately 42 degrees during installation. When HVS is completely seated in position ensure rotor aligns with initial mark made during removal.
2. If rotor and mark are not aligned, HVS and camshaft have meshed one or more teeth out of time. Remove HVS and reinstall. Once marks are aligned and HVS is in correct position, position mounting clamp and tighten to 20 ft. Lbs. (27 N.M).
3. Install cap and 3-wire camshaft position sensor connector. Connect spark plug and coil wires. Start engine. If CHECK ENGINE LIGHT is on or DTC 1345 is set, go to next step to check or reset
distributor position. If not, installation is correct.
4. Position engine crankshaft at TDC position for No. 1 cylinder. Ensure piston is on compression stroke. Align pre-drilled indent hole in HVS driven gear with arrow cast into upper portion of shaft housing. The rotor should point to the cap hold down mount nearest the flat side of the housing. See Fig. 15.
5. Use a long screwdriver to align oil pump drive shaft position, in engine, with position of HVS drive tab. Guide HVS into place. Ensure locating slot in HVS base is over dowel pin.
6. With HVS fully seated, ensure rotor tip is now aligned with pointer cast into HVS base. See Fig. 15. Pointer has a "6" cast into it (to indicate unit is for a 6-cylinder engine). If rotor and pointer are not closely aligned (within a few degrees), HVS may be out of time by a tooth. Repeat installation procedure.
7. Once marks are aligned and HVS is in correct position, position mounting clamp and tighten to 20 ft. Lbs. (27 N.M). Install cap and 3-wire camshaft position sensor connector. Connect spark plug and coil wires.
8. Start engine. If CHECK ENGINE LIGHT is on or DTC 1345 is set, check distributor position and installation procedure.
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Saturday, August 11th, 2012 AT 8:30 PM