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I need to find settings for cam and crank to replace timing belt.

I just replaced the water pump and have to replace the timing belt. I marked the old one, but I want to replace it...Where do I need to set marks for replacement? I see 3r and 3l on the cams, but no mark on the crank?

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There's a circular stamp on the crankshaft gear teeth. If you drop your oilpan there's a corresponding mark on your oilpump.

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