Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora
There is a dot on the crankshaft and a dot on the interment shaft sprocket the dot on crank should be at 12 o'clock the dot on the intermediate shaft should be at 6 o'clock so the dots are lined up, if you are having a hard time finding the dot the key-way in the crank needs to be a 1 o'clock.
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