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Need to change timing belt for mazda 626 engine year 1994

Need to change timing belt for mazda 626 engine 2.0L year1994
i need a copy of the two canshaft marks positions and cranshaft mark position for the new timing belt then i can print, to change my new belt
thank you for your help i did this before but now i don't have that inf.
avalible thank you again

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Before Clicking, let me know if this helped you.
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