Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Alero
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1-REMOVE THE ENGINE FRONT COVER
2-ROTATE THE CRANKSHAFT CLOCKWISE UNTIL THE CAM SPROCKET TIMING DOWEL PIN HOLES ALIGN WITH THE HOLES IN THE TIMING CHAIN HOUSING
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
$1000 is appropriate at a chain garage or dealership as long as it carrys a warrenty. with the economy the way it is if you want to save money you can hire a mechanic to do it as sidework but you are taking your chances on how quick he will do it and you have to make sure he knows what he is doing. if you need the car done quickly and are not a good judge of character shell out the $1000. If you can spot someone bull"s"ing and have a little more time offer a mechanic $500. Sometimes you can drive up to a shop and bypass the office and ask the mechanic directly if he does sidework. Most will love the oppertunity because they are paid nowhere near what you pay for the service.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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