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Hi there. I have a problem with a clients car Trajet 2002 V6 FWD 2.7 with my cams. I just replaced new head gaskets and had the heads planed cause some1 had run it out off water. So the problem is that i cant realine up the Cam gear to get the timming belt on. Since these run like a twin cam but 1 Timming belt sproket, and they run a chain on the 2 Cams internaly, can you tell me how you get these Cams to run true to with each other to be able to get the Timming belt on and have it perfectly timmed. I did mark every thing wen i took it all off But cant seem to get it back on right. Thank You Very much if you can help me. Im Morgan Dally

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didnt you mark it before you removed the old belt??

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