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The crankshaft timing pulley has a notch (not the green mark) and the notch aligns with the mark on the oil pump housing. Turn the right camshaft pulley until the green mark aligns with the mark on the valve cover. Turn the left camshaft pulley until the green mark aligns with timing belt cover bolt hole.

You may have to turn each camshaft pulley 3 to 4 complete turns before they will align in the proper position. This is your correct timing. I hope this helps you, and I would appreciate your feedback and rating.

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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