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Photo of timing mark for 1999 740il timing chain

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Do you a photo or know where I can find one for a 4.4 1999 740il BMW?

Thank you,

Yve

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    Marsha Sugart Apr 07, 2009

    photo of timing mark for 2000 740il timing chain

  • tony-tony May 10, 2009

    I have the same car I just need to no where the timing marks need to be set i have the special tools to do the job.---- do anybody have some photo's of the cams in set position,

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Hi Please see pictures, have also included tools required and procedures to do the job as well Photo of timing mark for 1999 740il timing chain - photo-timing-mark-1999-740il-timing-vsrhmgky1iochn110wmavtyi-2-0.jpg photo-timing-mark-1999-740il-timing-vsrhmgky1iochn110wmavtyi-2-5.jpg

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