To my future self (because I know I'll be back) and anyoneelse dealing with this. It is easy. Line up the crank to TDC - assuming thatyour pulley has not slipped within its own rubber bushing and is indeedcorrect, then with the top timing cover off you should be able to see that therear timing mark is off one tooth. Pull the tensioner off. There is just enoughslack to move the rear pulley one tooth. There is actually just enough tensionthat it will kind of pop to the next tooth. Be careful that it doesn't rotatetoo far, there is tension from being on the top of the cam lobe and it caneasily pop about 10 teeth. For me it gently moved the 1 tooth and I was able toinstall the tensioner. Rotated several times and checked it to be good. Goodluck future me, and have your head checked, you should have remembered this,and your too old to be doing this crap!