Question about Acura TL
Yes, it has to be right on. Apparently the belt is loose between the crank and cam when you are releasing the tensioner. What you can do is take it off, line it up again, but this time turn the crank gear back a notch before releasing the tensioner. All marks need to line up after releasing the tensioner and rotating the crankshaft 720 degrees. If this doesn't work, please get back to me.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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