Timing Pin Replacement

Rich Letsinger rletsinger at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 12:24:37 EDT 2006


Bummer. A friend and I did manage to do this job with the engine &
tranny in the car, but it was NO fun.  We pulled the oil pan and
rotated the engine until the sheared-off timing pin came to the
bottom.  Drilling out the remaining part of the pin was the issue
because the pin is harder material than the flywheel around it.  If
your pin is completely gone, you'll be in much better shape.  Good


On 7/30/06, TooManyAudis at aol.com <TooManyAudis at aol.com> wrote:
> I have good reason to believe that the flywheel timing pin on my 91 200q is
> no longer with us.  Can it be replaced with the tranny still on the car, or
> is this a pull tranny, replace timing pin, replace tranny kind of deal?
> Thanks,
> Tom
> 91 200q
> 88 80q
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