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Old 02-22-2011, 08:32 PM
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crank pulley 2.3D help

dose any one have the info on how to time the crank pulley on a 2001 2.3 d motor.
I removed the old one and have a new one to replace it but need to know how to time it.
any help would be great
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did you mess with the timing belt at all? if your just doing a harmonic balancer you shouldnt have to time it. if you have removed the timing belt, be ready for one hell of a suprise. look around on here for some timing belt timing links and youll find your answer.
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