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I have a mazda etude 1996 model. 1600 valve. I want to know if they came out with a computer box or a data box and where should it be fixed on the car.

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SOURCE: 1996 Mazda Etude 160 Timing Belt

The timing belt has 123 teeth, and ussualy the marks are little paints. align them together and then you will have ur problem solved.

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