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Old 01-09-2018, 08:09 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by dl242gt View Post
Before you redo the whole job. I would also verify your timing belt is correct.
I did about 50 miles after finishing. The crank and cam were verified by the marks. The intermediate shaft was verified by counting teeth per Clean Flame Trap's method (post 19 here).

I have an inexpensive timing light. Unfortunately neither the car or timing light have a tach. Would it be worthwhile to see what the timing is at idle, or try to match the RPMs with my '85 240 and try to get a reading?

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