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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove the rocker cover and the timing marks are on the back of the cams ,on the end are two slots one on each cam ,use a flat piece of metal to lock into place with teh valves on NO1 cyl pointing upwards and outwards and no1 cylinder at the TDC find this by using a screwdriver down the plug hole ,right er indoors waiting to go to market if in any doubt please post a reply and i will answer it later today.best of british with it
Posted on Nov 13, 2011
If you are refering to the timing marks for timing chain alignment then you will need a special tool that fits in the end of the camshafts on the drivers side of the engine. You can make a tool to align the 2 camshafts out of some flat stock. The crankshaft mark will be on the crankshaft gear and engine. There are no marks on the camshaft gears.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
No marks to align camshafts, set crankshaft at TDC, align camshaft as shown, to align, lobs on cylinder #1 have to be pointing out at 45 deg, on the other end of camshaft's will be a slot on each one insert some thing through both as shown, to hold camshaft's in place.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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