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I found out my timing gears were not lining up. Looked in the FSM and found two procedures: adjusting tension on the timing belt and changing timing belt. Changing the belt requires removing alternator and crank pulley. Adjusting tension requires turning the crank pulley which means it can't be off the engine. What is the correct procedure to use if I just want to move cam gears relative to the crank pulley?

I managed to get the exhaust cam positioned where it should be but in the process of doing that, the intake cam became more off. I could not figure out how to turn the intake cam - whenever I created slack in the timing belt over it, the tensioner immediately took up the slack sending me back to square one.

Thanks for your help.
 
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