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Parts Needed to Complete a Proper Timing Chain/Tensioner Job

Old 05-27-2011, 07:24 AM
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Parts Needed to Complete a Proper Timing Chain/Tensioner Job

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To do the job properly, want to know what are the necessary parts that needs to be change.?
Kindly provide the part number and post the pictures if possible, so others can have a good idea.
This org need this Thanks for help!
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Old 05-27-2011, 03:39 PM
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Well ...

To do the job properly, want to know what are the necessary parts that needs to be change.?
Kindly provide the part number and post the pictures if possible, so others can have a good idea.
This org need this Thanks for help!

PARTS INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER QTY
Engine Oil Filter 15208-65F0C 1
Oil Pan Extension Front Seal 11121-7Y000 1
Drain Plug Washer 11026-01M02 1
Secondary Timing Chain 13028-ZK01C 2
Tensioner Shoe 13097-ZK01C 2
O-Ring, Front Cover 15066-2Y510 2
O-Ring, Front Cover 15066-5E510 2
Crank Shaft Seal 13510-7Y000 1
ThreeBond 1217F (sealant) 999MP-1217FPP (1) (2)

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Old 05-27-2011, 08:57 PM
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this was taken from NTB07-042C bulletin which is the latest i heard. Note- there is no need to pull valve covers. Bulletin also specifies tool Kentmoore J-50288 which is designed to hold a flywheel to prevent crank from spinning, also tool J-50246 that is "tensioner shoe installer" plus stopper pins. Not sure if this tool is really needed. Anyone here performed timing chains/guides/tensioners job? Let us know.
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