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Re: Timing belt running offcenter?????? Hitting cover new
#1311057 (Re: linuxglobal) 09/02/06 01:53 AM

Everything I told you in the other post about timing is happening to you. I told you if you didn't get the timing right you would get the PO1381 or PO1383 code. With the VCT solenoid, the timing has to be right on. That is why it is important to have the cam tool and crank pin and leave the cam sprockets loose and get the tension right.

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Re: Timing belt running offcenter?????? Hitting cover new
#1311214 (Re: Dec1000) 09/02/06 02:43 PM

DAMN!!!..

so where can those tools be purchased? I have a plate that was machined to hold the cam ends but i dont have a crank pin. Im also worried about messing around with that exhaust cam spring.

Thanks, i will look over the doc u sent me.

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