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I changed the timing belt and cam gear on my 2002 hyundai accent 1.6 liter. The timing marks all line up I think and now with engine running, sounds like valva(s) are hitting the piston. Where is the timing mark for the cams and at what degrees should the crank be at?

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If you are hearing the valves hitting the pistons then you have already done head damage but below id the marks:
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