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Replacing the Engine Head

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I need to take off/replace my Grand Cherokee engine head but how do I take off the head without damaging/changing the camshaft timing? And if I put it back do I use the same procedure.

Any help would be great.

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As long as you don't remove the timming chain & gears you won't change the camshaft timming.thank you

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