the person who replaced the cam seal about 2 weeks ago didn't do it right because when I opened the TB cover I could see the leak was from the cam seal. I want directions on how to remove the cam sprocket while keeping timing mark lined up. Also it seems to me I could do this job without removing the crankshaft pulley and lower TB belt cover. I figured once the cam sprocket is off, I would replace the seal and squeeze back the cam sprocket.
2nd question: when this person replaced the cam seal the first time, he removed the 2 bolts of the cam bracket on top of the seal, and put in the new seal. I noticed from Alldata. Com, there is a tightening sequence of the cam brackets. Do I need to loosen the cam bracket bolts and re-tighten them in the recommended sequence of Alldata? Or can I just tighen the 2 bolts of the cam bracket on top of the cam seal?
have the same problem?
Saturday, January 5th, 2013 AT 10:20 PM