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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to time a dohc
TO set timing belt. on a 3.4 95 chevy.
you need to remove the VALVE Covers.
at the and of the camshafts, you will see grove.
In the grove you need to put a metal flat piece croosing both of the cams. to lock on position.
and put the timing mark on the crankshft pulley ore sproket.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2008
you have to take off the steering wheel.if you dont have the right tools to do so i would not attempt it.the turn signal switch has to be moved it just pulls over the end of the column.then there is a torx head screw at about 1 oclock in the column that has to be removed.and the ign.just pulls out.the dimmer switch is kinda tricky.a locksmith usually dont charge to much to do this job.it would probably cost you more to buy the tools you need to do it yourself
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Nope, it has two bolts one towards the front and one at the back underneath. Be careful of the one in the back as the nut is tricky to get on. You don't need to remove the bracket.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Sounds like the fuel is draining back towards the fuel tank, which is the reason for extended cranking till fuel reaches injectors. My guess would be the fuel pump in the fuel tank. It contains a REVERSE FLOW VALVE, which SHOULD prevent this. A visible way to check would to place a manual fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail valve. After shutting the engine off note the degree of pressure drop, if any. Hope this helps
Posted on May 09, 2009
you can either remove the steering pump to gain access,if there is no holes in PS pump pulley,you can rent a pulley puller....can be a ***** to get in and use them though....I will drill a hole in it for next time whenever I replace a pump on cars without ....
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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