Question about 1997 Dodge Neon
You don't need to remove the cam to replace the seals. Remove the timing belt, making sure to line up all the timing marks before removing the belt. Then remove the cam gears. You will then be able to remove the inner timing cover. Once that is out of the way you can pop out the old seals and pop the new seals in. Making sure to lubricate the lips of the new seals with some assembly lube or a little grease.
Mush easier than pulling the cam!
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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