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Timing belt 1995 Monte Carlo 3.4


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05-26-02, 12:15 PM   #1  
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Timing belt 1995 Monte Carlo 3.4

The timing belt on my 95 Monte Carlo broke and I am having trouble trying to figure out exactly how to align timing marks on the camshaffts when they do not appear as they describe in the manual. I see a squiggly line on each cam spocket and also the numbers 0,2,7 and the GM trademark around the inside, but I do not see any lines or paint or anything else. Do I need to remove camshaft covers and procede from there or what? Also, how can I be sure I have the number 1 piston at top dead center on the exhaust stroke. If I do need to remove camshaft covers is it as simply as making sure the flats are up on one side and down on the other or much more complicated than that?

 
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05-26-02, 02:49 PM   #2  
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What manual are you using? If it's a Chilton or a Haynes, this is where this becomes a table prop and nothing more.

Get an alldata.com subscription or the factory manual. It's much more detailed for this type of repair....

 
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05-27-02, 06:15 PM   #3  
Good luck on this engine it is difficult at best to get the cams in time.They make special tools to hold each pair of cams in sync.I f you send me your email I will send you GM service manual info,but I dont think it will help much on this engine,sorry,but let me know.

 
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