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Oleg Perelet
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Escondido, CA
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many methods exists - impact works fine for me.

to remove pulley you'll need special tool:



Now you'll see rather ugly AC bracket that blocks access to pass side cover:
and also condition of your crank seal.




Unbolt bracket and you have access to another timing chain cover:




And chain tensioner gaskets (I used gasket sealant on those ones):



remove cover, clean it up, replace gasket and rubber rings.

While there replace gaskets seals for oil bridge




NOTE. There's typo in PET - you'll need 4 999-7-1-909-40/17 seals, not 2 as it says,
also 999-707-288-40/213 is black and one that you most probably will see in the car is orange.

Also, replace chain tensioner gaskets at same time. I used gasket sealant on those ones cause they tend to warp:


Last edited by perelet; 12-11-2011 at 07:30 PM..
Old 12-11-2011, 12:27 PM
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