Thank you, CARADIODOC, for your help and quick response.
When replacing an existing timing belt one can turn the engine to top dead center (TDC) and align the timing marks, before removing the old belt, but in my circumstance the belt is missing and the cams and crankshaft are not on TDC.
It looks like the belt and adjuster were removed which allowed the right camshaft(closest to the firewall), to have turned( from valve spring tensions), and caused the belt to jump approximately seven teeth, rotating towards the firewall. The left cam and crankshaft remained in position, but not at TDC.
The crankshaft timing mark is pointed at five o'clock and the left camshaft pulley is pointed at three o'clock position, when viewing from the passenger side of engine towards the driver side.
I need the priority sequence and proper procedure to turn the individual shafts to reach the TDC alignment of timing marks, without any interference damage from valve to piston contact.
Can you give me the URL link to the manufacturers web page that has the procedure list of instructions.
Monday, January 2nd, 2017 AT 2:37 PM