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I have a 94 toyota paseo, i've gotten the crankshaft notch on "0" and on the exaust cam, i have the 5E mark set up right, but i'm having a problem knowing how and where should my intake cam should be alined?.. p.s. i cant afford a book for it.

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This is a single overhead cam engine, correct? Are you wondering about the other toothed pulley next to the crankshaft pulley? If thats the case then that pulley is the oil pump drive pulley and it has no timing marks. It doesn't matter how it is aligned when you put the belt on.

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