Question about GMC Sonoma
Make sure you are on the compresstion stroke on # 1 cylinder its on the left side of the engine when the pistion is at the top of its stroke bolth valves on # 1 will be closed and won't open when the pistion is moveing up. Then look for the marks on the timing gears the cam faces down and the crank faces up they have to meat right on the money perfectly alinged and you should have now problems with timing issues
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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