In-situ flywheel timing pin replacement

BBBurban at BBBurban at
Mon Dec 23 22:02:00 EST 2002

Have seen this work even though it isn't right.  Has been done by my boss as
well as another shop in the area (they called my boss for advice, it worked,
and they told me to thank him).  You can get another pin, drill a new hole
right next to the old one and bend the pin so it will cross the sensor in the
same position as the old one.  Like I said it isn't the right way to do it
but if you want to fix the pin without pulling the flywheel it is the only
solution I have personally seen work.


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