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Can't locate or identify timimg marks. Fitting new cam belt

Location of timing marks. Toyota corona 1993 1.8 SF. ST 190. In the ''choose a model'' Corona is not listed

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Take the rocker cover off and look om the cam bearing caos or for a flat slot on the end of the cam that has to be level with the heads

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Engine codes: D2H, D6A, D6B, D6D, DDZ, DKZ, DFZ.
Covering years 1989 to 1997.

  • Turn the crankshaft in a clockwise direction to about 10.00 o'clock on the mark on the camshaft sprocket. Good tip here, apply tippex to the sprocket mark.
  • Now slowly continue to turn the crankshaft and with the timing pin feel for the locating hole behind the camshaft sprocket.
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  • When you have located the the locating hole behind the camshaft sprocket, insert the timing pin.
  • Now insert the timing pin in the crankshaft pulley.
  • You will find the crankshaft pulley location hole behind the sprocket at about 10.30 o'clock.
  • When both timing pins are in their locating holes, the top and bottom of the engine is in-line.
  • This information is only to set the engine up and not to change the timing belt.
  • I would advise that on these engines you change the timing belts at 60,000 miles or every 3 years which ever comes first. If for any reason the timing belt gets contaminated, change the timing belt.
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