Question about 1994 Saturn Sl
They are at 12 o clock bottom and top. The bottom is easy the top you need to look at it like a clock if you aren't satisfied with that take a straight edge and align it withe the bottom mark. Make sure that on the top sprocket that the letters FRT faces you when installing and not the engine. Another thing before putting the timing cover on sand every area with 100 grit sand paper and take a screw driver and scrape out every bit of sealicon on the bottom of the oil pan. Use RTV sealant and if you sand it just enough to make a rough area...the sealant will keep any oil from seeping out and your be glad that you did that later.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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