I have little mechanical experience.
I decided to try and do the Timing Belt / Water Pump in my 2003 Subaru Outback ( Interference Engine ).
Watched a video where someone neglected to put the engine in time before removing the timing belt tensioner ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-elmEngTEE ).
I followed his direction took off my belt tensioner and I have also cranked the main shaft about a quarter turn, I realized that the cams weren't moving in sync and stopped.
Can someone tell me how to get my engine in time so I can install the new timing belt.