Yes, there is a hole for you to put pin in, refer to diagram.
After lining up the timing marks, use a 17 mm wrench to slowly turn the rear camshaft pulley clockwise while to compress the tensioner while a helper holds the crank pulley from turning and put in the pin.
If the cam timing marks are obscure, use liquid paper to mark them clearly so that when you install the new belt, you can get it aligned correctly. Don't worry about the markings on the rear cover. The new belt would have 3 marks for you to line up the timing belt, ensure the arrows on belt is pointing towards you when installing it.
Monday, September 26th, 2011 AT 2:59 PM