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Car: 2008 Tribeca, 2010 LGT, Sold: 2005 XT Limited
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Search for 'Meaty's timing belt' video on youtube. It shows you what to do. You can access a hex bolt in the center of the cam, but you might have to remove a small cover.

Alternately, you can use GENTLE clamping from vice grips to hold the upper and low cams on the driver's side so they don't move. This is how I did it. Worked perfectly.

However, people have broken the cams due to too much pressure.

Big thread, including the person that broke the cams is here:
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