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post #1 of 3 Old 11-13-2012, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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HELP with my CCT

ok so my dumb ass proceeded to remove the CCT to install a new one without first referring to this HOW TO section for help as i thought it was just straight forward.

then i realized that you need to set the engine to TDC before removing the CCT. once i realized this i reinstalled the CCT with a bit of tension and then set the engine to TDC, while doing this i heard a slight pop ping and i dont know if this off set the timing or not. then i fully installed the CCT with full tension. so now what do i do from here. i dont want to start it and have it go kaboom on me..any help guys??..thanks


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Anyone??.. Bump


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Check the timing marks and make sure they line up correctly if they do all is good if not then adjust them if anything they will only be out by a small amount maybe 1 tooth also turn the engine over manually( not with the starter) and if it gets stuck then u have a piston hitting a valve and timing needs setting


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