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Old 03-18-2004, 09:30 PM
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Angry 95 2.3 liter timing belt marks

Can any one tell me what the timing marks look like? I have found some that look like small triangles and some that look like a big indention.... which ones do I use when replacing the timing belt?
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Welcome to FTE stangman63.
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95 2.3 liter timing belt marks

thanks, runs like a top your info was very helpful.......
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Any chance this info has been reposted since hometown is shutdown?

94 Ranger in desparate need of a new timing belt..
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has some pics I found and some I took when doing mine. When you reinstall the crank trigger, make SURE the sheet metal "chopper wheel" does not hit it by SLOWLY turning the engine over with a wrench.
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for that "chopper wheel" is there a specific maximum clearance for that?
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