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SETTING TIMING ON 2000 NORTHSTAR ENGINE

NEED TO KNOW HOW TO LINE UP THE MARKS ON CAMSHAFTS TO SET THE TIMING ON 2000 CADDY DEVILLE 4.6 NORTHSTAR ENGINE

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    1999 cadillac deville timing chain marks

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    I TUCK THE OUTSIDE HEAD OF .I AM HAVING A HARD TIME SETTING THE TIMING . I DON'T KNOW THE SETTING .IS IT [T.D.C] OR [B.T.C]. I CANT SEE THE SPROCKET ON THE LEFT SIDE .VALVE COVER TOO CLOSE TO FIREWALL . THERE ARE [2]MARKS ON THE S/P ONE IS ROUND THE OTHER IS ELONGATED . HELP .

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Setting the camshaft timing isnecessary whenever the camshaft drive system has been disturbed,meaning the relationship between any chain and sprocket has been lost.Correct timing exists when the crankshaft and intermediate shaftsprocket timing marks are in alignment and all 4 camshaft drive pinsare perpendicular (90 degrees) to the cylinder head surface.

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