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Timing Belt Diagram fpr 1993 Toyota Corolla

I just put a new head and gasket on my 1.6 DOHC and now i need to know how to time it. I really just need to know where the timing marks are.

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  • norvac Feb 18, 2009

    just put headgasket in .and need to time the engine

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All timing gears are marked useing a small indent on the gear and the bottom pully i would say will have a small {V} look very carefully they are there.adrian

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