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Timing are the left intake and left exhaust on the same side

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    Exhaust manifold on drivers side does not get hot passengers side heats up normally

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Yes - on the V6, the left intake cam and exhaust cam are on the same side of the vehicle. Facing the engine, the "upper" cam sprocket on that side is the intake cam, and the one that is lower and farther out toward the fender of the vehicle is the exhaust cam.

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  17. Hold the sprocket and remove the right intake and exhaust camshafts.
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