Question about 1991 Dodge Stealth
Marking does not matter that much because you always need to reset the timing anyway.
Here is a link for crank and cam position sensor replacement:
And here is one for timing:
It is just like any distributor timing except that you have to ground the right test connector, otherwise the ECU will vary the timing based on things like temperature, knock, fuel, etc.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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