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Timing marks can you show me a phot were they go and lineing up

Just done head gasget now need to find timing marks got the bottom ones but cant see how the cam lines up its got two marks on the socket thanks

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  • edward80 May 11, 2010

    how can i send you a picture of the timing marks?

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