First off, hello to each and every one of you that make up this community. You've given me the knowledge and confidence to maintain my car for the last 6 years, and I can't thank you enough.
With that said, your expertise would be sincerely appreciated as I attempt a timing belt change for my 2007 S40 T5 AWD. I purchased her in 2013 with 138k miles, and since then she has treated me well, apart from a few fixes that I've been able to do myself including a PCV and motor mount replacements, sunroof fix (post-flooding of the driver's side wheelwell), and "stage 0" tuneup.
I've been following directions every step of the way, using Haynes as my main source of instructions. I'm at the point of removing my crankshaft pulley which includes loosening the 4 outer bolts of the pulley. I've installed the camshaft locking tool on the rear (left-sided) end of the engine as the real reason for the timing belt change is to change out the camshaft seals on both ends of the engine. (Interesting side note: the rear end of the engine didn't have any oil seals installed AT ALL, as I found out incidentally... So those are going in as well.)
After applying the torque for loosening of the 4 outer bolts of the pulley, I realized that the pulley rotated little over 45 degrees counterclockwise, such that the crankshaft pulley roll-pin is now pointing as-pictured rather than nearly straight up (as it was previously and as shown in the Haynes manual). Again, this occurred while the camshaft locking tool was applied.
I'm positive that the camshafts were (and continue to be) correctly aligned according to timing marks on the sprocket rims as well as the timing belt cover. Question is, given the rotation of the pulley below, is the engine timing off now? I felt "clicks" at the time of the pulley outer bolt loosening, but didn't think too much about it until the deed was done. I'm hoping no, but I defer to you guys. Thanks in advance!
Pic of the car includes a few other goodies that I'm planning on completing as well, including a yellow Hella horn upgrade and intercooler upgrade, as well as associated hoses. But please help out with the timing belt!