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Old 03-08-2010, 10:25 PM   #11
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Yep, that'* one of them.
Thanks Dan, and I assume there is at least one other hidden bolt on the pulley assembly bracket?
Under/ behind ps pump?

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The motor mount is held to the engine by 3 bolts, one under the PS pump, on down by the harmonic balancer, and another at about the 2 oclock position.
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Got the ps loose, now just looking for the last bolt(*) on the tensioner bracket....got the motor mount early on, np.
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Dan... he has a Series 1 motor. Things are different.
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Ack, so he does.
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Ack, so he does.
ACK....yes I do....ya know could they have not made a slight design modification to cut out a half moon section of the bottom corner of that bracket so that wp bolt would be accessable?? Is this how they keep the dealership service departments alive?
The 2nd to last bolt was behind the ps pump and the very last bolt was allthe way down at the lower left corner of the assembly with a harness support clip covering it....off the back of the block.
Might as well do a timing chain and head gaskets while i'm at it....it has to come off for either.
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