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Timming problems I have a 96 rodeo when i got the truck i put a head gasket on how do i put the timming belt on the cam pulley the belt was off of it when i got it

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On the 4cyl engine it only needs timmed in two places. The crankshaft pulley and the camshaft. Make sure No.1 cyl is at TDC (top dead center). to do this you turn the crank untill you find a mark ground into the pulley and line it up with the mark above the pulley "0" next line up the mark on the cam with the arrow on the plate behind it. There is a tensioner with a spring you will have to loosen. After you loosen it you will have to pry on the small pulley enough to loosen the belt. Make sure all the slack is out of the belt before you slide it on the cam. Once the belt is on bouble check the timming. If its still good then let the spring tighten the belt, then tighten the bolt and thats it.

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4 cylinder or v-6? Try and get the book on your vehicle and follow the instructions. Haynes Manual #47017 Worked for me...

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