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My timing belt gears are off sinc

I had to remove my timing belt to replace my water pump.I guess I got the gears off by a few degrees or more and once I got the car back together it would not start.Yes it would turn over but nothing.I then took it back apart to try to correct this with no luck.My lower timing belt gear has a factory line on it and the top gear has no line whatsoever.How do I align the 2 gears to get back to factory specs?

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If you have the 2.5L engine here are the pictures of the timing marks.
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