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The timing marks are notches on the engine block and all the pulleys that the belt goes around! Before removing the belt make sure all pulleys are in line with there mark! If not sure contact your local mechanic!
Go to your local parts house and buy a Chilton or Haynes manual for your car. Its worth the $20 to keep from damaging your engine with incorrect installation and it may tell you something that makes the job easier.
There are no timing marks.... There is a special tool that holds the camshafts in position. I never use that tool. I just use paint marks, marking the old timing belt to the pulleys, then transferring over marks to new timing belt. If you have never done it, you are taking a pretty big risk with this engine.
these bend valves if belt breaks while running Align the timing marks on the camshaft gears to the notches on the camshaft cover, using the intake gear mark for the intake gear and the exhaust gear mark for the exhaust gear. Align the mark on the crankshaft gear with the notch at the bottom of the rear timing belt cover.