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I have a 2001 Renault laguna 2 1.8 16v and the timing belt has broken, it has got too many marks on the wheel so I don't know how to allign them could you please help me out?

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You will need a cam lock to hold cams in correct position.. loosen locking nuts on cam gears . Use locking tool for crank shaft. Fit new belt and then torque nuts on cam pulleys.

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You can google the part and it will show you what you are asking about. To my knowledge there should be a dot on the wheel for you to start from and on the belt or else it doesn't matter where you place the belt just be sure the cam gears are lined up.

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