Camshaft position

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  1. Garret

    Garret SHO Member

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    I had a camshaft break while driving put the new one in but no start cranks over but that's it could it be that the cams got mixed up and need to be adjusted? Or is it because I didn't put the lower timing cover back on? Would that cause this to happen?
     
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    Garret SHO Member

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    Does this look right?
     

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    Looks like your exhaust cam needs to be clocked 180 degrees.
     

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