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I ran into the same situation when I did my head gaskets. I scoured everywhere and finally found the answer...
If you look at the face of the dampener, you will see a line-up or locating dowel. Put it at the 6 o'clock position... That is what it means... If it is not at the 6 o'clock, you run the risk of bending some rods.
When you look at the front of the dampener, you will know what I mean. I don't have a pic of it, but just picture the dampener removed, there will be a dowel sticking out that you have to line up the hole in the dampener to get it to fit right. Now, that doesn't mean go remove it to see... You will see the head of the dowel pin with the dampener on...
I hope this makes sense...
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