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Old 05-15-2019, 07:29 AM   #20
Scuby04STi
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Originally Posted by H_wells3000 View Post
To get to the crank sprocket youll be pulling the radiator. timing covers timing belt etc...etc... i guess you might be able to just remove the top hose if you enjoy pain.
I was able to keep the radiator in, but I do have a bit more clearance. Then comes the timing covers, tensioner, and cam gear. Slap it back together and fire it up. Regardless if they pulled the radiator, then the leak should be at the hose ends not inside the timing cover.
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