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Configure Tohatsu 6HP cam rod and shift rod

When re-assembling after a difficult water pump rebuild, I messed up coordinating the cam rod and shift rod orientation. Both rods are in place and connected at the shift rod joint, but I don't know what gear the system is in currently, nor whether the cam rod is facing in the wrong direction.

What's the best way of coordinating the shift lever, shift rod and cam rod without taking the system apart (again)?
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