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2006-07-25 10:36:07
2006-07-25 10:36:07

clockwise ...or counterclockwise... check with a timing light and then turn... also everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the local library should have a SHOP manual available in the reference section--make copies of the right info and read up..you'll be a pro in no time ...good luck:)

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