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Old 05-07-2014, 09:00 AM
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Ditto on the pictures not working, a little visual reassurance would be a welcome injection of confidence.
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Question "HELP" Camshaft Movement

So I did everything that you posted, except when I started I went brain dead and forgot to hold down the pass side shaft, so when I removed the chain the shaft moved a good amount, and when I tried to move it back to the correct lobe the shaft had tension and completely moved the other direction.

So my question is how do I get the shaft back in to time in order to get the point to putting the timing chains back on and tested?

Do I need to do like it states on the link below?

(How To Remove/Replace/Inspect/Install A Camshaft Phaser Sprocket)

timing « AutoRepairInstructions.com

Thanks in advance.
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