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2000 protege es: diagram..intake and exhaust cam lobes when set

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2000 protege es 1.8L i need a diagram of the positions of the intake and exhaust cam lobes when set @ TDC Gary

mazdamaster577 :

Hello, My name isXXXXX will do my best to answer any questions you may have. I will try to find all the info you may need. for some reason, i cannot upload the pic. the cam loabes should point oposite of each other on #1 cyl. I'll try again on the pic. brb.

Customer:

k,

Customer:

I have this info already, I need a pic od how the cam lobes should look when set correct @ TDC

mazdamaster577 :

they will point 180deg oposite of each other on cyl #1. intake cam lobes point toward the intake manifold and exaust cam lobes point toward the exaust manifold.

Customer:

and that would leave the #4 lobes pointing @ each other than ?

mazdamaster577 :

i found a pis, scanning now.

Customer:

thanks

mazdamaster577 :

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mazdamaster577 :

yes, the #4 lobes point toward each other.

mazdamaster577 :

you may have to zoom in on this pic to see them.

Customer:

i guess I was right after all, I just needed to be 100% before I closed this puppy up. thanks for your help!

Customer:

Gary

mazdamaster577 :

anttime

mazdamaster577 :

any time, happy to help.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
what type of sealcone do u uase on valve cover
Regular RVT is fine

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