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Camshaft Bolt Stuck & Water Pump Pulley Studs Locator 200 1987

Greetings,

I've got an leaky camshaft front seal. The sprocket has circular rings for spokes and the back is flat, so I can't wedge anything through the sprocket for levering. The FAQs and a couple of posts suggest ways to get the bolt holding the sprocket loose. These didn't work for me:

3 foot cheater bar with breaker bar
oil filter rubber strap wrench
holding the old timing belt really hard against the timing belt tensioner stud
using wire and rope
impact wrench
Evertough Timing Gear Holder Kit #67013

Second, I can't find replacement water pump pulley studs. The new water pump doesn't have the studs and the old ones are seized on. Are you supposed to use Loctite on those studs? I tried making one by cutting the head off an M6 x 1.0 bolt, but could not hacksaw the head off smoothly enough to permit the nuts to thread.

 





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