What are you trying to do? If it is just the timing belt then make your own marks, if it is the "camshaft variator" then you will need some "camlocks", they will set the camshafts for you...they should really be used for doing the timing belt as well but it is possible without them.
ok, so i just can dissasemble the engine remove the belts, both camshafts, and put the engine at TDC and place the cams again and use the camlock tool to put that in place... after that, place the belts and all will be fine, right?
can someone please confirm if the torques of this site are ok?
ok ..also when you are putting the bearing caps back on, do the middle ones first and have the nearest lobes to the cap facing up..once youve tightened the inside caps ,rotate the camshaft till the lobes near the ones you havent done (the outside ones) are facing up and then tighten them...hope that makes sense...
my mate told me to do this (he is a mechanic) ..if you have the lobes facing down next to bearing cap you are tightening there is maximum pressure on your camshaft either side (off the valve springs).. if you do it his way the lobes facing down will be at the ends of the camshaft putting less pressure on the cap you are tightening..hope this makes sense