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Originally Posted by Brian in Tucson View Post
To set the cam lock, you need to loosen but not remove the cam cover so that you can remove the green end caps, then bolt the cam lock tool in to hold the cam in position before removing the cam cover. Be sure to mark the position of the scavenger pump on the end of the engine. It only goes in one way and can be confusing. I made a tool out of strong tie strap.

When you put it back together, be very conservative with the sealant, If you block off the drain galleys on the end of the cover, you'll be building up pressure in the engine and popping those green end caps off.
No need to loosen the cam cover and risk causing a leak, just pry the cap out or stab it in the center with a awl type tool & lever off.
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