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Old 11-17-2011, 01:25 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Removing The Timing Chain Cover

Hello.
So im doing the timing chain fix, so i need advice how to remove the cover. The only place i cant seem to budge the gasket is at the bottom at the pulley.
Any advice? Seriously, its stuck there and just wont budge and i dont want to break the cover.
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Not sure...

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Default Re: Removing The Timing Chain Cover

there are more bolts that you may have missed, inspected it again

I'll have to check on the covers how many bolts there are again
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I know on my one car, there were two bolts that went from the front of the oil pan, up into the bottom of the cover...
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I forgot to take off the bolts in the oil pan
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Glad you found it.
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Default Re: Removing The Timing Chain Cover

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I forgot to take off the bolts in the oil pan
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