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|1998 Jaguar XJ8 4.0L Engine Change VIN: SAJKN6244W
I changed a motor in a 1998 jaguar XJ8L with a 2001 XJ8. The two noticeable differances with these motors are: 1. Left & right bank variable valve timing connectors and location different. 2. Old motor had one cam sensor on end of left head. new motor had two...
|1992 Mercedes-Benz 400SE 4.2L no power
This is the third time I have gone through and redone the chain timing on this because with the low vacuum reading and the fact that the chain had a broken guide and had jumped time initially it seems only logical that we are still off on the valve timing. Ini...
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|2001 Audi S4 Avant 2.7L Cam/crank timing VIN: WAURD68D51
sorry for the late close. bought the tools. wasn't as hard as it sounded. cranked right up on the first try with out bent valves. wish there was a way to start with out putting everything back together
|1996 Mercedes-Benz E320 3.2L cruise control VIN: WDB2100552
well to start, I didnt fix this one. I was also informed by the owner that the dealers had already had a shot at it & had no success either. the replies i got mentioned tyres sizes & also damaged wiring in the engine bay, but i didnt see any problmes with ei...
|1994 Volvo 940 2.3L speedometer VIN: YV1JS8836R
Yes, you do have to push harder than you think on those springs and firmly pull on the bezel. Thanks for replying and giving us the confidence to keep trying. You know how it is with some trim items, you can easily break something before you figure how to take...