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I have changed the water pump in my 96 nissan maxima but in the prosses am afraid that the timing moved. How do I go about setting up the timing right?, what & or where would I find the timing marks, and if possible a picture of which & or how the timing marks go would be of great help. THANKS IN ADVANCE

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Well if you changed the water pump then you know how to change the timing chain so hear is a brake down and the timing marks, i think you can handle it from hear but if you need any more help or just have some questions about the job get back with me and i will do my best to help .........have fun


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