Hi, I have a 2000 Honda Odyssey v6. While attempting my first timing belt replacement, I inadvertently loosened the tensioner and I believe the rear cam pulley slipped on the lose belt before I was able to mark the placement. All repair manuals state that the crank pulley and front & rear cam pulleys should be set at TDC before installing the new belt. I found that the rear cam pulley will not rest at TDC (it rests either at around 50 degrees before or after TDC). This concerns me since the instructions indicate that it should rest at TDC prior to installing the new belt. Should I rotate the rear cam to TDC as I’m attaching the belt or am I missing something in this process of setting the timing? Thanks!