Upper Timing Cover Bolts

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Upper Timing Cover Bolts

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The photo is pretty self-explanatory. I would suggest all check their cover. I replaced several bolts and filled the groove when doing the water pump and had the radiator out, so access was improved.
Tom M.

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Re: Upper Timing Cover Bolts

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the lower left bolt is easy to reach if you remove the water pump pulley (just 3 10mm bolts holds the the pulley on to the water pump flange).
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Re: Upper Timing Cover Bolts

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I did - in fact, I had the pulley off and the radiator out and it was still a female dog.
Tom M.
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