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1994 Nissan Quest 3.0 L: Where is the TDC on 7 notches in pulley? Is it the center notch? I could not see the yellow color. Please help.

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NOTE You may need DRB scan tool to perform the crankshaft and camshaft relearn alignment procedure.
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