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Chris Bardoel

How To Remove The Cylinder Head

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Chris Bardoel

trying to remove the head, i have the cams off, power sterring, fuel rail, alt, tensioner, ac compressor, the timing chain front cover, tensioner, sprockets removed all bolts i can see holding the rear housing are removed the housing wiggles with force but is still holding solid down near the oil pan, i cant seem to get it off. the 10 head bolts i can get at 8 of them no problem but 9 and 10 are behind and under the rear housing of the timing chain case.



how in the heck do i get the timing chain case off, the manual only shows the front cover removal and nothing on the rear housing.




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havoc1482

Refresh my memory, what engine is this? Lol

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notallthere

2.4L from a 96 Sunfire


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notallthere

I have looked for information on this and I cannot find anything. But I will keep looking.


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