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Old 12-28-2013, 03:13 PM   #11
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Just gonna be time consuming now, removing accesorries to get timing cover and all off
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:53 AM   #12
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Yeah I did some research. Gonna take a while. A shop quoted me 2500 bucks to do it. I'll pay 60 for both sides and spend 10 hours doing it myself.
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dont forget the 4 bolts thru the oil pan into the timing cover...i can see you replying with broken parts lol

and i recommend doing both guides and tensioners
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lol will do. I think im going to start it this coming weekend. my parts should be here on wednesday or thursday. thanks for the help guys.
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Have a similar problem.
Oil was very low, no leaks but now I'm hearing a ticking from top drivers side.
I will try and pinpoint the location.
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screwdriver to your ear is a very effective tool
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