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Old 06-05-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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Hi folks, i need your help!
Have to change timing chains at a F150 5.4 from 2005.
Im in possession of an original Ford workshop manual. But i cant understand, how i have to find out the right timing marks. On the cam phasers are two marks. one is only a dash, the other one is like a ENTER button from a keyboard. Which is the right? Furthermore, where is the reference point at the cylinder head???
Please give me an answer as soon as possible!
Thank you so much in advance!!!
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