Thanks for the info and tips. As far as the factory belt goes, just in case
there is a difference, saving a few bucks isn't worth it on a timing belt.
I'll be sure to get the belt from the dealer. As far as lining up the cam
and crank.... what I've always done is mark the two sprockets and the belt
before I loosen anything up with tire chalk or something similar. Then,
after I take the belt off, I line up the marks, mark the new belt, and align
the marks again. Any problem with that approach? I couldn't see a problem
unless the cam or crank spins on me... what's the likelihood of that
happening? I haven't had a problem before, but then again, have I just been
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