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Single cambelt can anybody help me put a single cambelt along with its timeing being out

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Refer to repair manual ex:haynes or chiltons engine rebuild section under ignition timing hers a site with the info if you dont have a manual but I strongly suggest you get one it helps!
http://autorepair.about.com/library/images/bl591lib.htm
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