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Im changing the timing belt and I lost the position of the marks can some body tell me how to retime it

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There are marks on the block near each pully that have a mark. usually block mark is like a triangle, pully mark is a dot. cam pully and crank pully should be only ones to line up. a repair manual will show you the what & where in your vehicle. good luck.

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