It is hard to tell now what you did wrong. But your first post was describing a normal thing - rear camshaft jumped, all you had to do is turn it back to correct position, and continue your work. Same thing happened to me at least a few times, and there was no "disaster", no bent valves whatsoever.Okay so here's the question is it possible that I put the crank pulley or sprocket really on upside down. I understand there's two marks on the crank Spike at the one at top dead center and the other the opposite of that and I have those correct unless maybe when I replace the crank seal or Cam seals I know they're all keyed so they they only go in one way correct or could they go in two ways I'm just trying to see where the mistake could be because the timing is lined up perfect.
Good question. Try making it right and tell us if it makes a diff. You are the experimental test case, it would appear.One other question on one of the videos I was watching trying to discover where I screwed up at there's a possibility that I installed the washer on the crank pulley backwards cupped in instead of out does that really matter?