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Do I have to line the crank pulley's notch up with the raised part of the block or the wierd little symbol a few degrees to the right?
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Do I have to line the crank pulley's notch up with the raised part of the block or the wierd little symbol a few degrees to the right?
mine lined up to mark on right but dont hold me to it ....
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The wierd barely visable r lookin thing?
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http://photo.platonoff.com/Auto/2006...b.TDC_mark.jpg

My engine is a 1997 2.3 and I used the raised part successfully.
Lots of useful pics at the url above
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Thanks! I saw that pic but its the oppisite of my blocks markings so I wasnt sure. I got it set though so im guessing timing isnt my problem, Thanks guys!
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