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Old 11-02-2012, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so couple questions. I was adjusting my timing belt as I noticed it was off a tooth.

1. Do you align the marks with the timing belt tensioned on the header side of the motor?(counter clockwise)
2. Seems the cam mark is 1/8-1/4 inch off the mark when the crank mark is lined up with the lower cover pointer. Either way I go, if I move the belt over the opposite direction 1 tooth to adjust, then it’s off 1/8-1/4 inch in the opposite direction. is this normal? Either way I go I can’t align them exactly.

Help. I’ve searched but could not find a definitive answer. Thanks.
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You should turn it the same direction it spins so counter clockwise, tension on the header side. this would also be how you set the tensioner pulley
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Before somebody open a can of flamethrower at you, This doesn't belong in the DIY section. It should go in the Engine building section I belived, you will get a better overall response there for sure.
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