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Question Backdating heat, need help!

Well im backdating the heat and got the right side heater duck today and went to do the simple bolt on job. NOT It seems my carrera tensioners have a selenoid thing that blocks it right where it is suppose to be. Do I dent the heater part to make it fit or do I move the carrera tensioner selenoid?

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Solenoid thing? Pressure transducer more likely. You can loosen the cam oil line fitting, then loosen the manifold/block that the transducer and cam oil line screws into, rotate the block out and retighten evernthing, and the duct will fit. Read the manual I left with you Matt. It'll make sense.
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I actually found my answer 10 seconds after I posted looking up pictures on Carreras with backdated heat. I just wanted input on how to do. Dont lose faith in me Souk, I someday I will get it.
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I used the plastic Right duct & didn't have to rotate the Press. trans. is yours plastic or the metal type???

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