|03-10-2013 09:06 AM|
|macdiesel||Cool. I think I'll leave it be and see if it leaks.|
|03-09-2013 09:58 PM|
|amc49||I'd be willing to bet that the bottom can spin. Solenoid plungers often do.|
|03-09-2013 08:13 PM|
For those that replaced the oring, I only see one but have read there are two? I replace the only one I saw. Do I need to seperate the top and bottom halves to get to another oring?
Also, the bottom part, with the oring, was able to spin around. Is this a sign of the vct on its way out? For those that purchased a new vct,is it one solid piece or does the bottom spin freely. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|03-04-2013 10:50 AM|
|qweesy||what a clean engine|
|03-04-2013 01:54 AM|
|amc49||No torquing necessary on that cover, the bolts are positive stop bolts. You run them down until you feel them hit solid and stop there. Any force beyond that breaks the bolt since they are mild steel. I never use a torque wrench there at all.|
|03-04-2013 12:27 AM|
|JohnMichael||It was, almost won me Car of the Month once. :)|
|03-04-2013 12:26 AM|
|Notcolorblind||Sure looks spidey under that hood|
|03-04-2013 12:22 AM|
Little late on the response, but...what the hell...if Mike (B16SIR1991) is still around and still works for Ford and still doesn't mind doing a little work for FF, I picked mine up from him.
|01-31-2012 12:03 PM|
|01-30-2012 03:18 PM|
|baldyredtx||I know this is a really old thread, but can you tell me where you got the VCT sol from?|
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