Question about 1991 Peugeot 405
Yes, you are right, you can't. What one must do is to position the toes of the cam to pointing straight up, when # 1 piston is at TDB, also at that point double check distributor cap to be sure you are at #1.
All this will assure you that you are at compression stroke, meaning both valves are closed. This is why some manufactures marked the cam. Some manufactures did not.
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Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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