To make sure the timing is correct, remove the Cam cover, exposing the cam wheel and chain.
Also remove the plug, that is below it, this one faces up, and shows the flywheel when removed
Rotate the engine until you see a small T, through the small hole.
When the “T” is centered on the mark. The Cam shaft wheel should have a little timing mark on it. This should be straight up. This is also Top Dead Center for the piston.
I remember this from doing the valve adjustment, but I don’t remember what everything is called, though.
I hope this helps for ya
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