Question about Cars & Trucks
EAsy just look for the timing mark which i think is on the back of the cam ,a slot on the end that should be horizontal with head face,but turn engine over by hand before you try to start it to ensure the valves clear
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WOW... It'd take a book's worth of instructions on here to answer your question. Which is why I would recommend that you purchase a repair manual specific to your model. It should give you all the info you need for these jobs and for future jobs as well. I always buy one for each vehicle that I plan to keep a while... they aren't that expensive and really pay for themselves in the long haul.
Hope this helps... Good luck with your project!
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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