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My Timing belt broke

My timing belt broke. I Don't know where to mark it! Please help me .

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Arnie,

You'd get a more detailed answer if you included some information about your vehicle. Always state the year, make, model, and engine size if you know it.

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@arn just like Chuck mentioned, unless you can give us a way better description of what type of engine etc. there will only be guessing.

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Hi Arnie,

If you're trying to replace your timing belt, there are usually timing marks on the crank and timing pulleys. Make sure the motor is at top dead center:

You can rotate the motor with a socket on the crank pulley

Check for top dead center by sticking an extension down the #1 cylinder's spark plug hole.

Then visually align the timing marks on the pulleys.

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