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Ive put a new waterpump an timing belt into my 94 gsr an i need to no how to set the timing on the top end. IM REALLY GRATEFULL IF ANYONE NO'S THE SETTINGS????????

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  • skinner11 Feb 06, 2010

    does any one no the markings on the cam.s on a 1.8 gsr lancer is it the dots just over the bolt heads to the top r is it the crove on the rim of the other wheel to the top

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There are specific marks on the cam pully and the crank pully that line up with marks on the block for the crank pully and on the timing belt cover for the cam pully they need to be lined up to get correct timing.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

Testimonial: "can u tell me witch marking to use on the cam pullies is it the dots r the line in the rim of the wheel cheers"

  • mike watson
    mike watson Feb 06, 2010

    It is the line in the gear

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