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Old 05 Apr 2009, 03:52 pm
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Is it possible to visually check to see if all 3 timing marks are lined up, without pulling the entire side of the motor apart? I know that there is the small plug that you can pull in the center of the top timing belt cover, for the cam sprockets, but how about the crank mark?

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Old 06 Apr 2009, 07:28 pm
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