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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure that the witness marks on the cam and the crank are in sync with each other. then check for tdc on #1 and check the rotor position relative to #1 on the distributor and see if it mates. time the engine per the factory spec. the haynes manual will tell you all that if you get one from the parts store.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
I would not do this job myself if I were you unless you are very good at following directions and you have done things like this in the past. . A v6 nissan engine is very difficult to time properly. I you are even one tooth off you can bend a valve or ruin the ignition system. If you are going to do it yourself make sure you have all guides and all inserts on before setting timing.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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