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  • thecardoc3 12/11/11 1:52 pm PST

    According to service information this is an interference engine and valve damage is likely in the event of a timing belt failure.

    Otherwise you need more than just where the timing marks are, you need full service information. One way you could have gotten that was with a complete belt kit ( belt, tensioner and idler pulleys) because it's included.

    Otherwise go to ALLDATA DIY and they can send you what you need.

  • dabaily 12/11/11 4:38 pm PST

    timed it at top dead center
    now it runs great
    no valve damage at all
    I did buy a new tensioner as well as belt

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