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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.

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Old 06-12-2002, 08:30 PM
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