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your best bet is to buy a book for this vehicle and follow the directions to the letter.the job is not that difficult, but if you don't get marks aligned right you can cause serios damage to you engine. good luck
You dont line up the belt itself - you line up the sprockets and other pulley wheels, then put the belt on.
There should be marks on your camshafts (in and ex) and main pulley, line these up and allow the belt to 'self-tension' on the wheels all should be good.
heres a trick i use get two office style paper clips instal belt on one cam put on clip to hold belt get lined up with mark then hold it there while you line up other gear install belt and clip now you can put the belt on and know both cam gears are in time