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Timing on a 1989 pathfinder need to know.who meany teeth are the between them,from one mark.to the next

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It dosent matter as long as all the marks are lined up exact make sure the mark on each wheel/gear are in line ie,there is two marks on every wheel 1, on the gear 2,the other on the caseing behind the gear, line all marks and when you are happy put your belt on and tighten,adrian,,,,,,

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