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MonsterL35YFP

Hello I'm in need of some advice, iv replaced the head gasket on my AAV and before I put the head on I put the pistons on TDC by feeling the top of the pistons but it puts the crank pulley mark on the 0, I'm just wondering if this it normal? because the Haynes manual says it's meant to be on the Z of the belt cover. I have turned the engine over twice by hand and it moves spot on no noises, anything advice would be great. I will post pictures later on today.

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0 is tdc and the other is for the strobe light 

 

ought to have put head on tdc then half a turn back so the valves dont hit ...but too late now  

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MonsterL35YFP

Ah ok cheers, I did put the head on top dead centre when I put the head on and slowly turned it listening for anything and it was fine so no damage done.

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