How To Time a 1991 Toyota Celica Convertable

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Asked by Jun 05, 2012 at 02:14 PM about the 1991 Toyota Celica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently bought this car and replaced timing belt, Oil pump pulley that was broke, and the water pump.  First time
doing a timing job so i'm really familiar with with how to re time it. Wont start, i can tell it's miss-firing. Do i have to
pull it all apart  again or is there an better way?? Please help

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Did you make the location of the pulleys and sprockets prior to removal? Check this link out, especially instruction #4.......http://www.ehow.com/how_6865576_replace-timing-belt-celica-gts.html

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tom...bought the car not running with broken belt so everything is wayyyy outta wack!! I need a picture of exactly where to set crankshaft as well as cam shaft pulleys. the car is so old and has so many marks on everywhere... i do see sight hole as well as dimple on cam pulley...please help

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