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I believe it is 1.
The belt sprocket can be adjusted to line up, but from your pictures it looks like you won't be able to do this. I would sugest you remove the belts, set the cylinder at TDC by observing and alligning the mark on the crank pulley. This mark can be seen only from underneeth the engine. Then refit the belts and try to move the cams so that the mark on the cam sprocket can allign with the mark on the housing. Then rotate the crank a few times manually to make sure the valves do not touch the piston and that the cam gear is rotating freely. If the marks stay alligned and the cams are rotating freely you will be probably OK.
Old 12-08-2002, 12:57 PM
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