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2004 ford f150 5.4 3v triton.Replaced cam phazers and engine is out of time.Need to know when engine is at TDC on # 1 cyl where should the timming mark be on the cam shafts and which valve should be open or closed on the drivers side before setting timming so engine dosent become 180 degres out

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Well it sounds like u have the wrong cyl.as #1 on ford #1 is the front one on pass. side and as been for 20 years.hope this helps.

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