the good thing is once you get that bolt out the pulley should come right off! at least the last 10 I'v done have. using an air impact wrench is the only (efficient way) in my opinion. hope this helps.
Best thing to use! Use it with a breaker bar or impact.
Most def the easiest way...I bought off amazon and used it for mine. I sold it to my mobile mechanic buddy for 10 bucks and he uses all the time and says its one the handiest tools he has! I think you can rent them too.
when your ready to time the cam you put the UP on the cam pulley facing up and the timing mark needs to line up with the front of the head. (THE SURFACE WERE THE VALVE COVER MEETS UP WITH THE HEAD) the mark on the cam pulley should be facing straight forward. hope this helps
if you cant find any marks just put the #1 piston at TDC (top dead center) and make sure all the valves on that cylinder are closed to ensure it is on the compression stroke. then you should be good to go
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