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Gday fellas need to know how to set timing after head replaceme

From the harmonic balancer to the timing gear on ovhc .

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Okay...here ya go...you didn't post what type of motor so please choose the correct one for your application.

Valve timing alignment marks — E-Series engines

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Valve timing alignment marks — CA16DE and CA18DE engines

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