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Can't find timing mark on pully 1981 924 Porsche non turbo

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Timing marks for 1981 Porsche 924 non turbo, 2.0 liters engine, 125 HP / 5800 rpm

Can't find timing mark on pully 1981 924 Porsche - tdisline_14.jpg
Crankshaft timing mark is on the flywheel, not on the pulley!

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