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95 neon timing belt replacement???

I have to change the timing belt and the plastic cover that has the timing mark for the top pulley is cracked(gone).is there anyone that knows where that top mark is??12:00-1:00 ETC.
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Take off the 1 spark plug get a rod and mark it be sure belt is on when doing this get the rod an stick it where the spark goes then slowly turn camshaff until u see the rod rise showing that the 1# piston is up that one way to find the mark

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