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1987 Ford Laser double ohc turbo 4WD B6 engine replace timing belt where do the timing marks on the camshafts line up when top dead center?

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THERE ARE SMALL HOLES IN THE TIMING GEARS THAT LINE UP WITH MARKS ON THE FRONT OF THE HEAD. When the crank pulley is at TDC on the compression stroke, 'E' & 'I' on the camshaft sprockets should be at 12 o'clock.

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