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SET TIMING ON 2.4 TWIN CAM 1999 MALIBU

1999 chevy malibu 2.4 twin cam

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Bring the piston no 1 on the top position check the cam shaft si moving freelyon the outer side of the shaft there are 2 gear with 14mm bolts and 1 extra whole, put a long bolt in the empty space and try to turnthe engine the bolt will go further in the space than the timming is set put the chain on that should do

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