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So I have a code for “cam-crankshaft correlation” I just replaced the timing belt. I’m thinking either the cam or crank wasn’t perfectly timed. Is there any timing marks So you know it’s in the correct position? Or just find tdc and then line up the cams?
 

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So I have a code for “cam-crankshaft correlation” I just replaced the timing belt. I’m thinking either the cam or crank wasn’t perfectly timed. Is there any timing marks So you know it’s in the correct position? Or just find tdc and then line up the cams?
Yes there is, the best thing you could do is search google for the proper procedure and put CF Fans along with the search. There has been a few detailed belt replacements posted. Good luck
 

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Sorry, I'm still stuck on that fact that someone replaced their timing belt and didn't bother to check for timing marks or the proper procedure until after they did the work incorrectly. At least no permanent damage was done, I hope.
 

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Sorry, I'm still stuck on that fact that someone replaced their timing belt and didn't bother to check for timing marks or the proper procedure until after they did the work incorrectly. At least no permanent damage was done, I hope.
there is no timing marks for the cams that are easily accessible. But now that I’ve taken it all apart. I see that it was in fact in proper time. So that wasn’t why the lifters failed. Now that I’ve looked more into the problem i see that it’s just as common as the injector failed and holes in the piston problems these engines have. A lot of Chevy modern engines have lifter issues
 
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