Question about 1995 Volkswagen Jetta
On the transmission side of the engine, you should see a cutout, or maybe a plug ontop of the transmission, you should be able to see the flywheel through this hole, and on the flywheel or torque converter you'll see a -0- or something like a marking that you'll like up in the center if it's a circle cutout, or bottom if it's a square cutout. Other option is put the timing cover back on, and then put the crank pulley back on and line the marks up on there (then remove carefully and mark w/ a white out pen or something, and continue.)
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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