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Finding Top Dead Center

I have an 2002 ranger with 3.0L in it and i am going to replace the camshaft synchronizer and i need to figure out how to find top dead center cause manual does not tell me how to figure it out. thanks.
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yea that is going to help alot thanks man
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Let me know how easy it was to find TDC. I have a 02 as well and I'm looking at replacing the cam synch.
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