I recently replaced my timing belt on my 2014 MDX. Once I pulled the pin on the tensioner, I noticed the rear cam mark off by 1 tooth (counter clockwise). My thoughts are that while installing the belt, the cam skipped a tooth and I did not notice it until after the fact. Should I remove the belt and rotate the rear cam by hand clockwise until the mark lines up spot on? I am new to this so excuse me if this is an obvious question. Thanks in advance. I attached a picture of the cam in question. Note: the front cam and crank are spot on.