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Old 01-23-2013, 08:40 PM   #3
SamE30e
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Front timing cover seal?

I did it on my Ti without removing the crank pulley and lower timing cover...

Just take the pulley off and do it all at once. It will take an extra hour or two, but it will be done properly and not leak. Plus you can do your front crank seal on the timing cover side and the lower timing cover gasket.
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