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Old 05-02-2006, 08:49 PM   #4
2phless
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Join Date: Aug 2004
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: 'tween Lewisville&Clemmons NC
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2000 nothing good
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More easy-to-figure-out stuff. Head gaskets, water pump, intake and tumbler gaskets:



The side-feed injector set. The large top o-rings are similar in size to a few other rings. That was apparent when they were missing from my last set since the not-so-good pilfering mechanic couldn't tell them apart from the between-block o-rings.



Oodles of flat metal o-rings. 3 silver for the large allen access bolts if you need to pull the wrist pins. The larger copper washers for all the bango bolts feeding the AVCS, and the two little one for the turbo's banjo bolt.





8 Wrist pin circlips, a billion valve retainers (you might get a little clatter without those) and the 6 seals for the block connecting bolts. (In a real motor those are sometimes called main bolts) These 'washers' are for the 6 12mm 12 point bolts that are in contact with the crankase oil. I think they are accessed from the drivers side of the block IIRC up in the oil channels... If you need these, you know where they go.



And the seals on the front of the motor. From left to right. The intake cam seals with the big opening for the AVCS pullies. The exhaust cam seals and then the oil pump / front main seal on the right:

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