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First off, I'm new to the forum, and would like to thank everyone who contributes. The information I've found here so far has been great.

I own a 2001 S60 2.4 T with 89k on it. The check engine light came on a while ago, giving code P1332. From what I found online, there were a number of conditions that could cause this code. Since the vehicle needed an oil change anyway, I had the dealer do it and run diagnostics while I was there. Turns out the timing was off. It was at 14 degrees according to the tech, and should be within 3 degrees. He says most likely the belt jumped a cog. From everything I've read, a straight forward timing belt change doesn't seem too complicated. I plan on replacing the tensioner and pulley as well. I even purchased volvo tool 9995433 to make the job easier.

What I have not found is a clear method for adjusting the timing once it is known to be off. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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