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Robfol
Robfol 4/3/2010
2005 Kia Rio Base 4Cyl1.6L - Engine
I am changing the timing belt and I am not sure of cam and crakshaft alignment
the timing belt lost some teeth and jammed the cam and shut the engine down at idle I see no valve damage I have broken down the front and removed the belt but I am not sure of how to set cams and crankshaft
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  • Chris2000
    Chris2000 4/3/2010
    there is usually a dot on on the cam and cranks that need to be alligned. a timing belt book will give you the actually allignment, sometimes you can go to A-zone and just look it up in the book for your vehicle
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