What the the timing marks on the cam and crank on a 1998 Chevy Geo Metro 1.3L?

If you're wanting to set the timing on your car, there's a notch in the pulley on the harmonic balancer and a timing tab on the timing cover. Check your label under the hood for the proper setting. If you're replacing the timing belt, you must have #1 cylinder at top dead position on the compression stroke. You have a timing mark on the cam sprocket that must line up with the v notch on the cam seal cover. Your lower sprocket has a mark that must line up with the mark on the front cover. Buy a Haynes repair manual. They have excellent pictures of these marks and how they must line up.