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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 its a 1989 ford ranger with a 2.3 ,,,, 5speed

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Remember to time from #1 cylinder. Time marks are on crank pulley. When light flashes, the arrow should be closest to the -0- mark as possible

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