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i've done alot of searching and i'm not sure that my automatic has the hole to see the timing mark. and if i do find the hole how difficult is it to actually see the mark? 2000 2.0 jetta btw.
 

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the primary timing marks on the the crank pulley and cam pulley. the trans/flywheel mark(s) are secondary marks to be used only to verify that the other two are properly aligned; NOT the other way around.
 

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the primary timing marks on the the crank pulley and cam pulley. the trans/flywheel mark(s) are secondary marks to be used only to verify that the other two are properly aligned; NOT the other way around.
i know that. i'm not confident the crank and cam are aligned properly. can someone answer my question about the flywheel marks please? I've noticed more people talk **** than give advice on these forums. :mad:
 

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I just did my timing belt on my car but it was a manual. You need a bright light and to look at an angle to see it. But its there.
 
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