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I installed a new timing belt kit. Thought the cam gears were synced up correctly with the crankshaft pulley on 0 degrees, but after releasing the tensioner, the right camshaft timing pulley is two teeth behind. Is it possible to just remove the tensioner (with the belt held in the correct place on the other pulleys with clips) and rotate the right cam gear individually? Or I at square one of the process of installing a new belt, as in retracing the whole belt around. Any help would be greatly appreciated.