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Timing marks looking to replace timing belt on 2001 2.0l tdi grand vitara but cannot locate any marks on pump or cam pully. any ideas?

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Autozone.com has free repair info. They gave a great decription of the 3 timing chains and marks for my 2001 V6 2.5L engine. The motor ran perfect with their help.

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Check the timing cover there should be one on there

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