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Old 09-12-2014, 09:46 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default install front timing cover tips....front cover seal

Any tips on installing front timing cover...failed last nites attempt....dang half circle seal at bottom....had to clean off all rtv and start over....that blew..

possible to rtv it in place so it will stay on the cover (let dry)?
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Default Re: install front timing cover tips....front cover seal

Guess i was calling it the wrong name...it was the front oil pan seal....i finally got it though.... second time.....then i forgot the dang large double ended bolt that goes through the middle of the timing cover..what a bitch...
So third time was the charm ...lol
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