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Old 01 Apr 2014, 10:18 pm
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hi I just got another pt real cheap. a 2004 limited with 90,000 miles from a good friend. she seized up the engine and bought a new car. the rad had been leaking and the electric fan wasn't working. I pulled the head and sent to a machine shop for re-surfacing. I got it back on and am trying to adjust the timing belt . after trying for three hours this morning I think I have got lt lined up finally but am not sure. I am sending some pictures (if they go through) of the gears. any help would be appreciated . thank you in advance. jim hoysaP4010005.jpg

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Old 01 Apr 2014, 11:01 pm
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Hey Jim... looks good. It's hard to tell if the crank pointer is aligned though. Looks like your crank should be moved clockwise about 1/16 of an inch. That would rotate the cams a little and would line up the sprocket marks. Btw, did you find your cluster?
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Hey Jim... looks good. It's hard to tell if the crank pointer is aligned though. Looks like your crank should be moved clockwise about 1/16 of an inch. That would rotate the cams a little and would line up the sprocket marks. Btw, did you find your cluster?
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Hey Jim... looks good. It's hard to tell if the crank pointer is aligned though. Looks like your crank should be moved clockwise about 1/16 of an inch. That would rotate the cams a little and would line up the sprocket marks. Btw, did you find your cluster?
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I concur !
I was thinking the same thing.

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