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How should timing marks line up when putting a new belt on a mitsubishi 3g83 minitruck engine.

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woot i feel your pain i had the same problem. go to autozone.com and go to thier vehicle repair.
enter your year make and model and find it. but please hear me on this one.. be carfule thier are like 2 timing references and one timing mark. USE THE DOT. pls i learned the hard way. lol use the dot on the cam sproket. good luck

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Your car will have the 2.4L SOHC engine in it (AKA 4G64). This manual will show you how to replace the timing belt (and more). Timing belt procedures start on page 33.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/4570538/Mitsubishi-4G63-4G64-Engine

(P.S. this manual also includes the 4G63 engine, you can identify your engine by looking at the procedures for the Single OverHead Cam[or SOHC])

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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timing on all camshaft im familiar with have a dot stamped on the gear and one on the adjacent gear it meshes with, the trick is to get the two dots to line up with each other for proper timing.
the camshaft runs 2:1 to the crankshaft, so if it wont run, that means your 180 degrees off. line everything back up the dots that is, take the belt off and rotate the cam 360 until the dots are in line again and reinstall the belt.
should fix you up.
hope this helps, good luck

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