Question about Honda CR-V
.these engines need a special tool to remove the bottom pulley and lock it in place ,sounds like they made a boo boo and clouted all the valves and possibly broke the cam bearing caps ,unless this happened when timing belt cut off?? so its difficult to advise unless i know exactly what happened
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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