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Timing belt dont know how to match up the timing belt

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    cant see the tuiming marks where are they

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It takes expertise on checking if the belt is timed. you really have to take it to a mechanic. unless, you have the hardware to check it with. mechanics use a "gun" that emits light to see if marks on the belts are meeting in one spot everytime.

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