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1.9 renault timing marks

I never marked the crank or cam and now i dont no how two find tdc there is no marks on any thing i can see i turn the crank it turns the jams up so i turn it clock wise it turns 180 degreeze the jams what is this about how do i find tdc pls help its killing my head

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You should have 2 dots on the cams one on each. and on the crank there is a locking lug for the cog the lug should be facing up in the middle of the engine. put in middle and turn 2 cogs to the right then it is in tdc. for twin cam's, here is some pic's to help you. 1.9 renault timing marks - 50a54bb0-59db-4a94-bb65-dd30eebeeb7b.gif

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