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Start at the crankshaft sprocket and go to the right over the idler, over the driver camshaft sprocket, then under the water-pump, then over the passenger camshaft sprocket, and finally over the tensioner pulley. Pull back the hose clamp and then pull back the hose until the bleed hole is no longer sealed. The cam pulleys are bigger than the crank pulley, so they turn half as fast.You don't have to worry about the camshafts moving because the sprockets are able to rotate freely. Pour coolant into the reservoir until coolant begins flowing out of the bleed hole in the hose. There is also a bleed screw on the front coolant pipe. Im at the step where you line up the timing marks to the crankshaft pulley. I think it's 2 turns of the crank for each camshaft revolution. This friggin crank locking bolt location has become a little daunting.You can buy both tools on ebay for and then sell them for almost the same amount.I highly recommend that you get the tools, especially if this is your first time doing this job.Does anyone know if theres a way to check the timing for Cams 1,2,3 ???
The camshaft "keys" (the one's that the camshaft tool goes into) can only be installed one way so even if the camshaft sprocket is loose, you can still use the "keys" to align the camshaft correctly. He is asking the same question that I have - took off the camshaft sprocket and the it saw the camshaft spin about 30 degrees clockwise on the passenger side camshaft - how do I get it back to it's exact position?I finally check for a third time and realize that the hydraulic tensioner takes care of the alignment in a way too...since it advances the chain a hair when it lifts up and everything lines up perfectly he is up and running perfectly fine now..Thank you It is pretty important if you want the timing to be correct. Hi there Dustin, If you do another rotation on the crankshaft the camshafts should line up.The guy skipped a step and for that reason when I went to loosen bolt on sprocket it rotated. To the right of it about 6 inches and down a little close to the flywheel is what I assuming is the Crank Sensor. It certainly doesn't serve a purpose on the outside of the block.