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What are timing marks for 1989 Plymouth Voyager?


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2009-04-06 11:20:27
2009-04-06 11:20:27

the marks are very vague and hard to see, the timing is a little more complicated than some this size. Its supposed to be 10 degrees out and the cam has an awkward hole that has to be straight up. the other timing marks on the intermittent and the crank should be facing each other, still the marks are hard to see on them so be careful and good luck. If you add chalk to where the timing marks are on the crankshaft with chalk and wipe the excess off, this will make the timing marks easier to see. The marks are recessed in the crank and the chalk will fill them up. Hope this helps you!


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