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Originally Posted by 2000m2 View Post
Is it possible to replace the pad while the engine is in the car? Mine is sagging. Likely more difficult, but is it even possible?
I'd rather stick myself in the eye with a fork than trying that. Everything is possible, but unless you have a show car, why not wait until the engine is out down the road?

What I have seen done is pad removal with a partial engine drop. On a 3.2. That did not remove all the goop adhesive though. It was better looking than the sagging pad but still required an engine out to clean it all up nicely.

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