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Old 09-19-2009, 02:40 PM   #1
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hey everyone im in the process of rebuilding my engine but im kinda stuck.
im trying to remove the camshaft so i can take the head bolt out but heres the problem.....
i loosen all the camshaft holder bolt but i cannot get them off. i got couple off but some are still stuck..... they have a pin at the end so i cant just pull them out!!!!! is there some other easier way to do this?!?!
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engine is b18b1 by the way
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Old 09-20-2009, 10:42 AM   #3
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any advices from engine builders!!!!
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stick a screwdriver in the hole that the bolt came out of and shake it back and forth, prying the dowel out of the head.
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stick a screwdriver in the hole that the bolt came out of and shake it back and forth, prying the dowel out of the head.
did the same last week that is how u do it
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nm i got it off thanks alot
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