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Question Removing camshafts

Hey fellas. I was participating in a Driver Education a few weeks ago and something broke in my motor. I took my valve cover off and I can see that I broke a valve spring. I broke the outer valve spring of the rear intake valve of cylinder 1. My next step is to remove the camshafts. Do I need the Porsche tools called "assembly bridges" in the manual or does anybody know of a good way of removing the camshafts without those tools? Also, when removing the chain tensioner, how should I compress the plunger? Any other information pertaining to removing the camshafts and the chain tensioner, or any other information pertaining to the head is welcome and appreciated. Thank you.

1991 944S2 coupe
Old 06-12-2002, 08:30 PM
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