Where Do The Timing Marks Go On The Cam Gears On A 1986 Toyota Corolla When Changing The Timing Belts

Posted in Internal Engine Parts | Asked on Jul 8, 2010

I’m about to replace a timing belt, not chain, on a 1986 toyota corolla. Its a 4 cylinder dual overhead cam. I need to know where timing marks on the cam gears go…. If anyone knows for sure I would appreciate your answer.

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  1. strt_stone says:

    once you get it apart and you have place the vibration dampener on t.d.c. you will be able to see small marks like this ^^^place them to the other mark s on the dampener and Eng face and reinstall the new belt and bighting the tensioner after you have this done check to make sure that both cams are on the mark along with the vibration timing mark

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