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WHERE ARE THE TIMING MARKS OF A 1999 PLYMOUTH BREEZE

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WHERE ARE THE TIMING MARKS - 5f4367e.jpgHere you go.

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SOURCE: how to adjust timing on a 1999 plymouth breeze 2.4 litre

the gears have indicators i and e on opp sides. the i is intake e is exhaust. the i should face away from the valve cover on the side the intake cam is on. this is the side of the head the intake manifold is on. the e should face away from the valve cover on the side the exhaust manifold is on. the e gear will be a slight bit lower than the i gear. almost straight across from each other. good luck

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tha timin marks, on tha cam gears should be facin in level with each other, an tha mark on tha crank gear should passed up tha mark jus behind tha gear on tha crankshaft, an it shoul be wher u need it to be in time

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it depends what their door rate is to do the job and they can charge what they can as far as parts are concerned.you don`t say if its a dohc or a sohc(dual or single cam motor).roughly it would take about 3.5-5 hours to change the timing belt and about .4-.7 to change the water pump.call around and compare prices as this doesn`t have to be done at a dealer.

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