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line up the marks on crank shaft gear arrow to arrow, the front cam gear the mark goes to the middle on the rear cam gear the mark goes one notch below front gear mark they line up when the tension is put on belt.
the makes are on the inside of cam gears and on the bottom crank there is a mark on the crank gear but if you cant find the one on crank just take out the spark plug in cyclinder one and softly put a rod in the hole and turn the crank till the rod is all the way at the top
If it's off, you may have bigger issues. These can bend valves if the timing belt breaks. Remove all spark plugs, right front wheel...and plastic inner cover. Turn the crank (22mm socket) until the line on the balancer aligns with the "T" or zero. Remove the top cam belt cover and your marks on the cam gear should rest aligned with the cylinder head plane.
YOU HAVE 2 CAM GEARS . A INTAKE CAM AND AN EXHAUST CAM . ON THE INTAKE CAM THERE IS AN I FOR INTAKE WITH A MARK STRAIGHT ABOVE IT AND ON THE EXHAUST CAM THERE IS A E AND RIGHT ABOVE THAT IS A MARK. LINE THE I MARK UP WITH THE MARK ON THE BACK OF THE INNER COVER [WHICH IS A LITTLE MARK KINDA LOOKS LIKE AN ARROW] THIS IS ON BOTH SIDES . ON THE CRANK THERE IS A KNOTCH ON THE BACK OF THE TIMING GEAR FOR THE CRANK AND A MARK ON THE THE COVER LINE THE 2 UP AND YOUR THERE. IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE QUESTIONS YOU CAN E MAIL ME GOOD LUCK
The cam dowel should be at 12:00. the hole in the cam sprocket should be line up with the cam dowel, with cam sprocket assembled to cam, you will see looking through the cam sprocket a red marking on the head, which lines up with the dowel. Down at the crank, make sure the cut out mark on the crank spocket is lined up with the notch on the oil pump cover.
On cam gear there's a punch mark, line that mark at 9 oclock there's a timing mark on cylinder head, crank gear, in back of crank gear is a plate with a (v) cut line gear at 11 oclock there's a timing mark on front case, gear to right of crank gear has a (v) cut on it, line it at about 11 oclock at timing mark on front case, adj tensioner and your done.Good Luck.
there will be two highlighted or dotted chain links for the camshaft and one for the crankshaft gear, position cam dot/TDC indicator in the 12-O clock position, the two dotted links should be on ether side of cam dot, turn crank dot to the 6-O clock position and line up highlighted link with dot on crank gear, if timing cover is on, then make sure cylinder 1 is at TDC when the two links are at 12-O clock.