This is sort of a duplicate of a more ambiguously-stated question I posted earlier. I did my camshaft/lifters/timing belt this weekend and while the car seems to run fine (slight stumble on restarting while hot this morning but great acceleration squeaking tires with the DSG), the little hole on the toothed window is jacked over to the left as shown by the red dot in this picture. VCDS says torsion is -2.5. I take it that means my timing is retarded? The article on this subject says that "Turning the bolt (and pulley underneath the toothed sprocket) clockwise will advance timing..." Does that mean I can simply loosen the three cam sprocket bolts and tap that hole to the right (clockwise) and get my timing where it needs to be? Can it be that simple? Now that means there is no way the camshaft alignment tool will ever go in (when the crank is at TDC the camshaft tool goes in now but is a tight fit). Is that ok?