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91 eagle talon timing

So, my talon skipped time (looks like the camshaft at the front of the engine was a tooth behind the other one) and now it's running very rough even at an idle. So I've got all the pulleys and the timing belt off the engine but I don't know how the timing marks are supposed to be aligned (on the camshafts and the crankshaft at least). Could the engine skipping time have caused any damage to the valves?

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  • parkers69 Mar 18, 2009

    I would like to know how to align the timing marks on a 96 eagle talon 2.0 for proper timing.to be sure,where are the timing marks located on the sprockets,head and block?

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    how do i get a stuk camshaft pulley off a 1995 eagle talon the 3 Jew is not working and using a hammer and wood wont work

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If its only off by one tooth it won't cause any damage.

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Will my 91 eagle talon not get a spark if my timeing is off?

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