Good news! Put the belt back on it, and crank it up. It should take less than an hour, too.
Here are the timing belt instructions:
Fig. 1: Align the crankshaft and camshaft marks prior to removing the timing belt-B230F engines
Fig. 2: View of the timing belt prior to removal-B21FT engine
Fig. 3: If you need the room, the fuel injector lines may be moved aside by unbolting their hold-down clamp
Fig. 4: Loosen the tensioner-you may hold the tensioner in place by inserting a 3/32 in. (3mm) dowel pin or drill bit in the pusher rod
Fig. 5: Remove the timing belt once tension is released
Fig. 6: This belt is ready for the trash-replace the belt if damaged or if it is near the end of its recommended life
If the crankshaft, idler shaft, or camshaft were disturbed while the belt was off, align each shaft with its corresponding index mark (to assure proper valve timing and ignition timing) as follows:
Rotate the crankshaft so that the notch in the crankshaft gear belt guide aligns with the embossed mark on the front cover (12 o'clock position).
Rotate the idler shaft so that the dot on the idler shaft drive sprocket aligns with the notch on the timing belt rear cover (four o'clock position).
Rotate the camshaft so that the notch in the camshaft sprocket inner belt guide aligns with the notch in the forward edge of the valve cover (12 o'clock position).
Install the timing belt (don't use any sharp tools) over the sprockets, and then over the tensioner roller. Loosen the tensioner nut and let the spring tension automatically take up the slack. Tighten the tensioner nut to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
Rotate the crankshaft one full revolution clockwise, and make sure the timing marks still align.
Reverse Steps 1-3 to install.
HMMMM.......This might not be the B230F
Are there two belts on this engine for the timing, a big one and a smaller one?
Everytime I go to post my 'updated answer', you have already posted again....
Put the crankshaft mark on 0 degrees and then turn the camshaft until the distributor lines up, with it's mark in the first picture.
This is not an interference engine, and the cam will turn fairly easy, too...
If you feel binding in the valvetrain when you turn the cam, then this is not the designated engine.
Either way the Cam timing mark goes up..
Here is a bigger pic of the cam mark, that notch or a little hole has to be there, on the valve cover. Clean it off real good, and get a closer look.
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