A quick question before I start my engine.
On a renault sandero (K7m), I took the timing-belt cover off to inspect the condition of my timing-belt.
I then rotated the crankshaft until I could get a better idea of the condition of the timing-belt.
The question is..... Is it safe to switch on the engine at this point?
I didn't mark anything or count the revolutions, but I removed nothing other than the cambelt cover i.e. I did not remove anything on the crankshaft at all. I used a large torque wrench to turn the engine (clockwise), attaching the wrench to the main crank pulley bolt, while inspecting the timing-belt.
Just want to make sure I don't wreck the engine.
Any help much appreciated.