Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
Who ever replaced the belt had his head in his 4 point of contact. Unless it was you. If you intent to correct it yourself when you go into the engine you will see two small alignment marks one should go at the top the other at the bottom. But first you mus locate dop dead center. Do this by removing the #1 plug and rotate the engine until you feel pressure on your finger, or better place a screw driver into the hole instead of your finger turn the engine by hand until the piston pushes the screw driver to its utmost top position. Replace the plug and wire and then line up the two marks, ensuweing one is at the top the other at the bottom. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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