to be safe id start all over with timing as you DO NOT WANT THE PISTON TO SMACK THE VALVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm not even going to lie you confused the hell out of me. I did the TB/WP replacement on my 91 coupe and it skipped about the same amount of teeth as I was in the job and yes I freaked out too but simply moving it back to the mark was sufficient. I didn't even use any equations. lol. (just messing with you) but your turning the crankshaft with the TB off, I don't know about that. I hope you get it. If I can help with how I did it I am here. I did it all by myself too. :werd:When i was installing the belt i should of had someone hold the cam or should used a wrench. I used the holder tool on the crank and had a fun time but i finally got it. The chain wrench on the right sprocket. i told myself to install a different but same thread and length screew, just with a longer head, so i wouldn't have to mess with the driver side sprocket next time but i didn't . Everything was Kosher until the left cam moved past the mark and i was going counter clock wise. It got going and kept goin six notches counter clock wise. I'm going to try and keep turning crank slowly till i can get the sprocket to turn. i lined up the TDC but its already stuck. Then tried 15 past TDC still nada. Now the right cam also doesn't want to turn. i guess i need to remove the rocker arms set the chain wrench to keep it from turning and line up the cams, then the crank. I guess something like that. Im trying to work smart but people tell me i got an "A" for effort but im just trying to find my way.. i should of been more careful. One more thing i remember, i tuned the the engine one whole turn clock wise because i heard thats how i should be turned trying to line up TDC. So when finished i just count five turns checking T marks. So i have several marks first set would line up after five turns and the other marks would line up afther six turns, I didn't get them confused, i made, when i finally got the belt off. . If it was not on #1 top because i had turned it once what equation or math sould i use to guess now how many degree i need to put the crank in to be able to move the top sprockets. the crank turns easy almost all the way in each direction but i really haven't forced anything. I think i tried 15 & 30. If i had turned it once clock wise before removing the belt should i divide the number of degrees by six or how do i figure out where on what degrees now or shouldn't matter? or just try and remove the rocker arms. Tierd of working hard need to work smart. Cant eat cant sleep just want to save my car that's everything to me.