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I have a 93 audi 90s 2.8 v6 and i need to change the timing belt but im not sure which way to turn the crank clockwise or counter to line up the lock holes on the cam sprockets...... please help!

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To be sure, have someone bump the starter while you watch the belt. It will usually not turn the wrong direction. Another way to tell is where the tensioner is located (assuming only one tensioner) . The crank gear must pull the belt directly to the cam

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