2000 volvo v40 timing belt camshaft alignment
Aligned the camshaft marks with the the marks on the cover when removing the old timing belt. Marked the crankshaft position with white paint at the same position. When I removed the belt, the camshafts both moved. Unfortunately, I didn't realize that there are 2 revolutions of the crank to each 1 revolution of the camshafts. I turned the camshafts independently before realizing this, so now I don't know whether the cams are 180 degrees off. How do I get everything back where it should be? I've heard it said tdc on cyl #1 is not relevant. It seems to me that there could actually be 4 possibilities because there are 2 camshafts, but of course only one is correct. thanks!!!!
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