I'm replacing the timing belt on 05 WRX and following instructions I printed off FSM as well as a couple of other replacement directions. Prior to taking the old belt off I lined up all the timing marks on the crank as well as cam sprockets. After getting every thing in place with the new belt on I didn't think the crankshaft mark was lined up as good as it should be. I removed the old belt and moved the crank to try and line the marks again. I felt some resistance and stopped. I turned the crank clockwise. I'm now thinking this wasn't a good idea to change the crank position. In any case I need to find out if anyone out their can help me to get the crank mark back to where it should be. I'm not sure if I need to turn the driver side cam sprockets back to where the marks line up and then turn the crank or what. Also it is my understanding the cam sprockets on the left did not have tension on them, but what about any movement for them in trying to get the crank marks lined up again.