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Again I have a 1999 plymouth breeze, 2.0, 16 valve, single cam. on the crankshaft pulley there are two marks. One is an arrow the other is a line. On the camshaft pulley there is a line and a groove on the pulley. What are the right marks? I had attempted to start this vehicle after i had lined it up at where i thought was correct. It wouldn't start. The timing belt did not break. the water pump pulley froze and stripped the belt.

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    Thank YOu for your explanation. This has been most helpful.

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  1. Set the crankshaft sprocket to Top Dead Center (TDC) by aligning the notch on the sprocket with the arrow on the oil pump housing, then back off the sprocket three notches before TDC.
  2. Set the camshaft to align the timing marks.
  3. Move the crankshaft to 1 / 2 notch before TDC.
  4. Install the timing belt starting at the crankshaft, around the water pump, then around the camshaft last.
  5. Move the crankshaft to TDC to take up the belt slack.
  6. Reinstall the tensioner to the block but do not tighten it.
  7. Using a torque wrench apply 21 ft. lbs. (28 Nm) of torque to the tensioner pulley.
  8. With torque being applied to the tensioner pulley, move the tensioner up against the tensioner bracket and tighten the fasteners to 23 ft. lbs. (31 Nm).
  9. Remove the tensioner plunger pin, the tension is correct when the plunger pin can be removed and replaced easily.
  10. Rotate the crankshaft two revolutions and recheck the timing marks.
  11. Reinstall the timing belt cover.
  12. Reinstall the engine mount bracket.
  13. Reinstall the right engine mount.
  14. Remove the engine support.
  15. Reinstall the crankshaft damper and tighten to 105 ft. lbs. (142 Nm).
  16. Reinstall the drive belts and accessories.
  17. Reinstall the right inner splash-shield.

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