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95 Eagle Summit 1.8L cam timing marks

95 Eagle Summit 1.8L single overhead cam. I'm replacing the timing belt & I can't find a mark on head to align with the mark on the cam sprocket. Anyone know what to align it with?

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Get a repair manual there must be a mark or reference point of some kind

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