It's a strange system, but you place the intake cam into the exhaust cam position, then install the locking tool, and install the actuator and bolt and torque it down. Now remove the locking tool and lift and roll the intake cam under the timing chain across the head into it's correct position and as close as possible to it's timing marks. Now you can put the exhaust camshaft into place and install it's actuator and time both cams to the correct spot. You need the locking tool to hold things in place as you torque the bolts. The timing chain lock is normally used when you are taking the cams out, it holds the chain up and keeps it from releasing the tensioner.
Monday, October 21st, 2019 AT 5:57 AM