Question about 1993 Eagle Talon
I have to give you credit for being persistent ;-) but I think you may be putting the head down on the block before you make sure the cams are in the right spot. Check the pics I've attached, make sure all of these marks are as indicated before the head gets near the block. Any movement of the cams or crank after the head is bolted down should only be very minor in order to get the belt on in the correct spot. Make sure you compress the grenade tensioner in a vice and put the pin in before you try and put the belt on. With the belt on correctly and all it's slack at the tensioner roller, then pull the pin.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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