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Where are timing marks for grand voyager 2.8crd 2009year

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My 98 Grand Voyager 3.3L engine # is located on the rear of the cylinder block, below the cylinder head, your 99 should be the same location. It contains the last digit of the model year, manufacturing plant, engine, usage (car, truck), month/day, serial code (last 8 digits of vin). countrycurt0

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