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Bluebelles Mom
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My tercel:: 1985 SR5
Location: Lakewood, WA


Post by Bluebelles Mom » Thu May 19, 2011 2:03 pm

I went and got a dowel this morning and tapped the piston free of the jam it was in. The bearings are on and the cap it torqued on properly. I am now putting the oil pan back on and of course the back bolts are giving me some grief but suddenly progress is being made. I feel like she could be running again by tomorrow at the latest. Now if I can just remember where all these bolts go. :lol:

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My tercel:: none currently, 7 previous
Location: bc, canada

Re: I GOT IT!!!

Post by dlb » Thu May 19, 2011 7:28 pm

congrats! i've been following your story closely and think you've done a great job of persevering through the various challenges. it was also nice to see so many helping to walk you through things.

paws up for the T4.com community!

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My tercel:: Goldie is a 1986 SR5 attualmente con Weber/also owned the first T4WD in STL in late '82
Location: Kirkwood, a 'burb of St. Louis

Re: I GOT IT!!!

Post by ARCHINSTL » Thu May 19, 2011 7:48 pm

I think we ALL echo dlb's remarks!
You go, girl!
Tom M.
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