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Sedona timing marks

The twin cam on the sedona 2.9 diesel has two slots in the exhast and inlet srockets what are the correct positions in relation to tdc on number 1 cylinder?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    This is a diesel, they don't sell them in the USA, so no manuals.

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Centre (facing each other) and down,

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