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Old 01-26-2013, 09:12 AM   #24
Twilight Error
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Originally Posted by DetourJournal View Post
It sounds like I'm definitely going to have to go deeper than simply removing the valve covers to check those things. Or is that as far as I'll probably need to go?
You'll see the cam chain tensioner and guide rails when the valve covers come off. The ends are unsupported, if they're fine, chances are very good the rest of their length is. The timing chain tensioner and guide are in the front of the motor, which you'll want to partially disassemble to inspect the HES wiring anyway. I'd also look at the belt, it may have seen damaged as well.
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