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Old 01-28-2007, 02:02 PM   #51
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That'* a sure bet for total replacement. You likely damaged the rotor gears as well.
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no I'm not driving it, but I'm glad I got road side assistance, sence it broke when I was at work and had to get it towed a half hour home whick didn't cost me a dime....and I'm replacing the whole thing... I fixed the links I think
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Question how far do you think I can drive it without the *.C. belt on? think it will make it a mile to a friends house since i don't have a garage to work on it in, being that it'* cold up here and all...
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You'll have no water pump. I personally wouldn't do it. But if you did half, cooled it down, then drove the other half an hour later? Maybe. Better make sure it'* damn cold outside before you try.
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Do you think that I would be better off leaving the belt on?...I don't want to screw up the motor if something falls into the intake off of the inside of the *.C.
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Do NOT leave that belt on.

And remember to replace that belt when you get the new SC on.
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OK I won't leave it on. Was going to replace the belt, the on there is shredded on the sides from rubbing on the pully....
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I know this question is off topic but is there a access panel in the trunk to get to the fuel tank sending you unit? my return line leaks.
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Please post your topic in the right section.

And please don't reply to your own post above. Use Edit.
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sorry about that....170 sound right for labor if i was to have a dealership to do the swap along with replacing the LIM and injector o-rings?
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