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HAVE A 2003 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE 1.9TDI AM INSTALLING NEW TIMING BELT, HAVE AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AND HAS TWO MARKS ON CONVERTER WHICH ONE IS USED

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Not sure here but i have seen 2 marks on a manual as well but what i done was to use white paint on all the gears and back plates so i had it right ,the common rail injection pump isnt timed into teh engine unless it has a manual convential type injection pump in which case there are 8mm holes that you put a drill bit in to lock it all in place

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