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Bob, Auto Tech
Category: Chevy
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Experience:  Plus 40 years GM, over 30 certified with Chevrolet, ASE certified Master Tech. (Expired, Retired)
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Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Bob replied 9 years ago.
Are you looking for ignition timing or camshaft gear & belt timing?
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
camshaft gear to crank alignment
Expert:  Bob replied 9 years ago.
If you will look the cam gear you will see a small round hole in it close to the edge. Then look at the cover behind the gear and you will see a hole in it. Align the two holes and stick a drill bit or something through both holes to keep the cam gear from turning. Then turn the crank pulley to align the timing mark with the ZERO on the timing cover and align the distributor rotor with the number one plug wire terminal in the distributor cap and your good to go. Illustration below. Thanksgraphic
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