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I want to setup timing belt for engine d4bb for Hyundai 1997 with 2 timing belt I need drawing for the timing marks

I do some maintenance for the fuel pump I start the engine but not started and 2 of the camshaft hummer are broken then I change it and I want to start after setup the timing gears I need drowning or guideline so I will not break the parts another time diesel engine

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Most vehicles cogs usually have an arrow on them which points to a marker on the body behind the cog. all cogs must be correctly alligned before starting the engine.

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SOURCE: Location of camshaft position sensor on a 2001 Hyundai Elantra wL

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How to set the injector pump timming?

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