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Be certain to clean all of he surfaces well and use a bright light. The cams should have a small dimple on the sprocket which will align with marks on the dust shields behind the sprockets. At the crank there should be a small dimple or indent on the edge of the sprocket towards the block. The block will have a small piece that is cas out that the crank pulley aligns with.
I hope this may have helped,
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