Hello everyone. I'm in the middle of replacing my timing belt on a 2000 9-5 3.0. The tensioner pulley bearing was shot and and was making a rattling noise. I ordered a new kit and was going to line up the camshafts to the respective markings on the timing belt cover before removing the belt but when I turned the crankshaft the belt was too loose to move the camshafts causing the belt to slip. I basically rotated the crankshaft a little but the camshafts didn't move. So I retightened the tensioner pulley as best I could and was able to rotate the camshafts to their markings. But now the crankshaft is not TDC and the alignment mark is not pointing straight down anymore. Can someone tell me how to line them back up? I do have the the timing belt tool once I get the marks aligned properly. I just didn't want to remove the old belt until I find out more info. Thank you.