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Its advisable to use the timing pin, but if you use a genuine belt the belt has white lines on it the match up with timing marks on the pulleys.
So you should be fine.
Remember the golden rule keyway at the top and use paint marks.
Your pulleys are fixed in place so you will be fine, but if on a 16V engine the you need the tools 100%.
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