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Old 03-29-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
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Okay I am installing my timing belt and I am wondering if there is any way I could mess it up? If I have all my timing marks aligned and everything is put together right? This is my first timing belt install so I am kinda nervous.
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I would never say you can't mess it up but if you are careful you probably won't.
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All I can advise is gently turning it over by hand to make sure you're lined up. 4 cams and interference heads could be ugly.
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If all marks line up its dead, always turn the motor over by hand a few revolutions to make sure no contact and the tensioner tensions properly.
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If all marks line up its dead on, always turn the motor over by hand a few revolutions to make sure no contact and the tensioner tensions properly.
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If all marks line up its dead
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If all marks line up its dead on
Well, which one is it?

Some helpful links:

http://www.motor.com/magazine/pdfs/072001_08.pdf
http://www.motor.com/magazine/pdfs/082001_08.pdf
http://www.motor.com/magazine/pdfs/092001_08.pdf
http://www.motor.com/magazine/pdfs/102001_08.pdf
http://www.motor.com/magazine/pdfs/112001_08.pdf
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