I didn't think so, I marked the chain and camsprocket. The chain may have moved one tooth on the crank sprocket. It will be easy enough to check. My question now is; if it needs moving one tooth, will I be able to simply remove the tensioner and move it, or will I have to remove the dist. cap, rotor and cam sprocket cover.
Assuming it did jump a tooth, it won't be too big of a deal to move it, even if I have to pull the camsprocket cover.
I expect that I will be able to move the chain by removing the tensioner. But I wish someone would let me know if they think that will work, so I'll know if it's an evening job, or a Saturday afternoon job.
Thanks for the response,
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