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    Timing Marks

    When the engine is set at tdc, is the cam gears, and crank gear both supposed to be lined up? When I put everything back together should all of those be lined up?

    #2
    what are you trying to say

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      #3
      Originally posted by bank2me View Post
      When the engine is set at tdc, is the cam gears, and crank gear both supposed to be lined up? When I put everything back together should all of those be lined up?
      well if u are trying to put the cam gears & camshafts on....... it makes it very hard to install properly if u don't put the block/crank at tdc.

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        #4
        Well im just saying. If my timing is correct, And the engine is at tdc, the cam gears should be aligned and the crank gear should be aligned with the mark on the oil pump right? Im just tryin to make sure my timing is right.

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          #5
          if all the marks line up then yes, your timing is correct

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            #6
            Yes, your cam gear arrows should both be pointing up to about 11 o'clock or so, and the two hash marks (usually in between teeth on the cam gears) should be pointing directly at each other at 3 and 9 o'clock respectively. Then the tdc mark on your crank pulley should be aligned with the timing mark (or with the mark on your oil pump).

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