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Re: Timing chain in 900T16 [saabnet.com]
Posted by The Saab Network (more from The Saab Network) on Mon, 6 Jun 2005 22:19:28
In Reply to: Timing chain in 900T16 [saabnet.com], The Saab Network, Sun, 5 Jun 2005 20:15:51
Message from Rich Sherman - http://www.saabnet.com/tsn/members/profile.html?user=RS

Subject: Re: Timing chain in 900T16
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It might just be that the rubber pad on the valve
cover, above the cam chaingears, has hardened. It's a
relatively common problem.

This doesn't discount the possibility that there might
be excessive chain stretch or other wear, but it's
worth checking.

For a procedure on in-car timing chain replacement,
check www.townsendimports.com (when the site is up.)

RS
'89 SPG
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