> 1.Spray the heck out of the bolts(radiator, timing belt >cover, pulley?) with PB Blaster. Where can i get this >stuff?
AutoZone carrys a product like it, just check in the oil section.
> 2.Drain and pull the rad. no problems seen here.
> 3. Remove alt belt.
You will need to yank the fan off when you pull the rad.
Then loosen the crank bolt. For this you will need either
the visegrip/chain combo (Try a Sears for this) I will check the FSM for the right tool..
and then you yank the pully and then the timing belt cover.
> 4. Line up pulleynotch and cover notch.what do i do with >the disty?
The dist should be pointing at the position for the #4 plug to fire (Towards the passenger side)
7.Remove/replace the belts and seals.
So what did i forget? What are the pitfalls? Theres alot of oil around this area of the motor(oilpan,steering components) and im going to degrease/powerwash
once its put back together- but what about behind the timing belt cover? if my crank seal is blown and im spewing oil- should I wipe up every thing
Yes you need to clean out the entire cover area. Oil on the timing belt will do bad things to it.
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