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    4-tec trigger wheel differences?

    I need confirmation that I screwed up by installing a '06 trigger wheel on my '04 engine. Got a crank signal, but at the wrong time (BANG!!). Online partrs shows 2 different part #s, and it looks like the later models have the crank sensor in a diff location.....screw me Looks like I gotta pull the engine, pto cover, and trigger wheel.......


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    Just found out the pin in the crank is in different location on 06 and up cranks....I can make it work, but damn, still gotta come apart

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    Are you talking about the pin on the starter gear? If so:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...hlight=trigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franko View Post
    Are you talking about the pin on the starter gear? If so:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...hlight=trigger
    I used a 06 crank in a 04 motor and this is my problem, just need to go into it and make an adjustment

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    Had to drill a hole in the trigger wheel and re-clock it......she runs perfect!!

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    Damn, if I had known we could have swapped. I have an 04 but I need an 06.

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    u can do the same thing I just did, simple 1/4" hole in another spot for the trigger-wheel to sit....so it can be re-clocked and still sit flush by allowing the pin on the crank to go into the new hole. Glad it runs and learned somthing new, but 2 hour labor after an hour of testing and head scratching........par for the course

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    But then your crank and counter balancer aren't lined up right?

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    NO NO, U LEAVE that alone......just re-clocking the crank-trigger wheel (the 1 w/ all the notches cut into it) to the position it WOULD be in if the crank-pin was in the other location, and u will have to put a new hole in it so it will fit over the crankpin that is in the wrong spot because of wrong year. Just remove the 6 bolts holding the stator wheel, reluctor wheel and flywheel, don't touch the relationship between the crank and counterbalance shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franko View Post
    But then your crank and counter balancer aren't lined up right?

    He is right but make sure you put the new hole in the right spot on your trigger wheel or your timming will be off.The balance shaft still lines up the same on both.

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