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Replacing a timing chain on a 96 grand am. need a

Replacing a timing chain on a 96 grand am. need a diagram of marks for top dead center for timing.

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It is a good idea to get a haynes repair book on your type of car it will give u step by step how to do it,,it is not much,,,

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