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I took the exhaust cam pulley off my 01 s40 while replacing timing belt and seals. in doing so the camshaft moved out of time. now i am lost because i cant find a timing mark on the shaft itself. does anybody know how to reset the exaust cam to where its suppose to be? i could not believe the pulley was'nt keyed in or something. please help!

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