timing marks for mr2 with dual overhead cams

Asked by Aug 30, 2007 at 05:46 PM about the Toyota MR2

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the timing marks should be on the cam and crank. DO NOT CRANK UNLESS YOU ARE SURE TIMING IS CORRECT TURN OVER 2-3 TIMES WITH A RATCHET TO MAKE SURE PISTONS ARE NOT HITTING THE VALVES PLEASE OR YOU WILL HAVE TO REPLACE YOUR HEAD.

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