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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Below is a generic diagram. If only one mark is present it points upward and in line with the crankshaft center line. If two marks are present they line up with the gasket surface of the cylinder head. The piston should be on TDC and the cam lobes should be pointing downward. Be sure the chain is on the crank sprocket, not wedged between the sprocket and the balance weights. Also be sure that the chain is taught on the front side of the engine. Any slack should be at the back side of the cylinder so the chain tensioner can work properly.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
You will have to pull the engine out and rebuild the top end. You will probably have to bore the cylinders. Purchase a piston kit that comes with gaskets and seals. Reseal the crankshaft with the new seals and your motor should be good for another 23 years.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
Check all your fuses and fuel pump relay. Assuming that the pump is in fact installed correctly,and flowing the fuel in the correct direction.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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