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Old 10-02-2007, 07:33 PM   #1
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If there are any picts of a camshaft install on a 95-99 Series 2 motor it would be massively helpfull if I could get someone to post them, we arent actually installing a camshaft in one but my shop is putting the dreaded press on power steering pulley back on and we dont seem to be able to get the motor crooked enough in the bay to get the tool on it straight, and if someone could get me pics of how to do this I would appreciate it greatly, BTW havent been here in a while, howdy doo erryone!
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I have pics but only through the wheel well when the timing cover is off. They are on Page 4 of my CarDomain.

Any chance you can just remove the pump and then use the tool?
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There are only 2 bolts that hold the pump to the block. It would be MUCH easier to remove the pump and put the pulley on that way. The pulley has holes in it that allow you to access the bolts with a 13mm socket and a small extension
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There are only 2 bolts that hold the pump to the block. It would be MUCH easier to remove the pump and put the pulley on that way. The pulley has holes in it that allow you to access the bolts with a 13mm socket and a small extension
Pull the pump, put the pulley on and then put it on with the two 13mm.
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