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you need to pull the timing back apart pull the number one spark plug and role the motor over by hand to top dead center on the compression stroke the the mark for the crank should be lined up or almost lined up line it up perfect on its mark then set the cam to its mark install belt role over by hand 2to4 full rotation marks should line up perfect . install crank pulley fire it up for a split second shut it off and put it all back together
usually the timing marks are on the front pulley.another way to replace the cam belt,is to mark the belt and each pulley with correction ink[white] and then just transfer the marks over to the new belt and then align each pulley to the marks.thats easier if the old belt hasnt moved or jumped a tooth.most *** motors have the timing marks for cambelt replacement easy to spot with corresponding raised bits of ali pedestals next to them
hi from the uk i can scan and e mail you the full instructions and diagram ofbelt timing+marks for alignment plus correct tensioner setting if you send me your e mail address ? best wishes from n/west uk
MAKE SURE YOU SET THE CRANK PULLEY A 0 ON THE TIMING MARK CHECK YOUR CAM PULLEYS AND MAKE SURE THE DOTS LINE UP WITH THE AROWS AS WELL USE A WHITE MARKER SO IF SOME THING MOVES YOU CAN SEE WERE IT STARTED FROM SET THE TENSION OF THE BELT SO IT IS JUST FIRM DOUBLE CHECK YOU TIMMING MARKS AND REASSEMBLE
these bend valves if belt breaks while running
Align the timing marks on the camshaft gears to the notches on the camshaft cover, using the intake gear mark for the intake gear and the exhaust gear mark for the exhaust gear.
Align the mark on the crankshaft gear with the
notch at the bottom of the rear timing belt cover.