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This is a good engine, I have one myself, marvellous donk when you fix the oil leaks !!. The crank position sensor is on the distributor shaft and is fixed, so the only timing you have to worry about is the timing belt fit-up. Once those marks are lined up the actual ignition timing is done by the ECU. Details are here
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The alloy block 1MZ is quite similar, details here
Posted on Dec 09, 2016
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