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Can I check the timing without removing the pullies? It looks like I can get the upper timing covers off, I'm more concerned with bank 1 since that's where my crank code is referencing (p0341). Can I visually confirm timing and if so, what should I be looking for on bank 1? I have replaced my bank 1 oil control valve and cam position sensor so those are ruled out. Idle is a little rough and car is down on power. It's an 07 Santa fe with 2.7 motor.
 

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There is a mark on the crank pulley for TDC. Then there should be marks on the cam pulleys too. It may take a few rotations of the motor to get them to line up. You have to the crank at TDC before seeing where the cams are.

My Accent has a white mark on the cam pulley from the factory. A swipe of white out on the crank pulley mark makes it easier.
 
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