In-situ flywheel timing pin replacement
jeg1976 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 24 08:25:08 EST 2002
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alan Kramer" <ackramer at hotmail.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 23, 2002 7:15 AM
> > I've got a need for a creative solution here...
> Have a car with a timing
> > pin that's now only 5mm long. It should be 12mm.
> Problem is that it no
> > longer passes in front of the crank position
> sensor so the CPS no longer
> > picks it up.
> > I'd like to fix this w/o pulling the tranny. I
> have decent access to it
> > through the starter hole.
How about brazing another piece on? You could do both
sides first, then hold them together and heat it up.
Then file off any drips and your done. You may need a
pretty hot torch to heat up the piece in the flywheel
'89 90tq 034EFI, Haltech IG5
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