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Where can i find timing marks for cam and injection pump for 4jg2 engine?

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Hi, no marks as such, but with the crank marks lined up to TDC No/1 if you look at the cam pulley and the pump pulley you should see a hole in both at about 2o'clock position, these holes should line up with corresponding holes of which you screw a bolt in each ( I think they are 8mm metric ) by doing this the bolts hold both pulleys in the correct position with crank marks aligned, cheers hope that helps

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