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Here are the timing marks for the timing belt and also the balance shaft, when replacing the timing belt you should also replace the balanceshaft belt heres a diagram for both of them good luck and hope this helps.
The crankshaft position sensor should be located behind the vibration damper/harmonic balancer and it will have to be removed before the crankshaft position sensor can be replaced. (Let me know if you require assistance with the proceedure)
Also, it usually requires a special tool to align that sensor (available from most auto part stores) and if the sensor is not properly aligned then damage to the sensor or the tone ring can occur.
Here is an image of the crankshaft position sensor with the vibration damper/harmonic balancer removed.
there is a special harmonic balancer puller (and i do mean special) don't use a regular one or you will messup the harmonic balancer you can rent the tool at autozone it's free rental,,, they charge you for the tool but you get your money back when you return the tool works great
You have to remove the oil pan - harmonic balancer - timing cover to replace timing chain... to replace cylinder head gasket and not the chain -- you need an assistant to hold the camshaft gear with chain on it. Suspending it with wire to keep the chain from moving the timing (do not let the chain relax as it will come off the crankshaft gear and change the timing)
well if i remember correctly that fan clutch is reverse threads so in other words to loosen it you'll have to turn your wrench clockwise. they do this cuz the rotation of the fan will tighten itself onto the water pump. anyway what i do is leave the serpentine belt on the the pulleys and that will kinda hold them steady whilst you put the "special" wrench on the clutch and pop it loose you'll prolly need a cheater bar to make things easier but not too much or you'll overcome the traction of the belt and it will just slip.