Distributor Timing help needed, 1999 Cherokee
So I sold my past Cherokee and I just got another one.
My new is a 1999 4.0l 5 speed, 4wd.
With a 134,000 and it was starting to run a little rough so I removed the distributor cap and rotor and bought new ones and while replacing them the little 7mm bolts snapped on me, cause I don't think the cap was ever changed and wonderful Buffalo, NY winters do wonders on bolts.
So anyways I then removed the whole distributor from the Jeep so I could drill out the holes.
I am going to put it back in and realized I never marked what the timing was when I took it out.
SO my question is how do I put it back in, is there anyway to know where to line up the teeth so that the timing will be on?
Any help will be appreciated as I am doing this right now!
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