HOW TO REPLACE ONE ONLY ROCKER ARM WITHOUT.

Tiny
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  • 1997 HYUNDAI SONATA
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HOW TO REPLACE ONE ONLY ROCKER ARM WITHOUT REMOVING CAM SHAFT IN TWIN CAM
Friday, March 8th, 2013 AT 2:20 PM

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Tiny
HMAC300
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Removal

1. Disconnect¬ throttle¬ cable¬ bracket¬ from¬ intake¬ plenum.¬ Remove¬ timing¬ belt.¬ See TIMING¬ BELT.¬ Remove¬ valve¬ cover.¬ R
See Fig.¬ 9.
2. Secure¬ exhaust¬ camshaft¬ at¬ hexagonal¬ area¬ using¬ wrench, ¬ and¬ remove¬ sprocket¬ bolt¬ and¬ sprocket.¬ Repeat¬ procedure¬ for¬ i
front¬ camshaft¬ bearing¬ cap¬ bolts¬ in¬ 3¬ steps.¬ Remove¬ caps¬ and¬ seals.
3. Repeat¬ procedure¬ for¬ remaining¬ camshaft¬ bearing¬ cap¬ bolts.¬ Remove¬ rear¬ bearing¬ caps¬ last.¬ Remove¬ remaining¬ camshaft
and¬ exhaust¬ camshafts.¬ Remove¬ rocker¬ arms¬ and¬ lash¬ adjusters¬ from¬ cylinder¬ head.
If the rocker arm is damaged then the cam will be also and replaceing one will do absolutely no good.
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