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diamondsm
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diamondsm

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diamondsm was last seen:
Jan 18, 2013
    1. diamondsm
      diamondsm
      damn was hoping you fixed it lol everything in your post has happend to me lol
    2. kenuwine4g63
      kenuwine4g63
      Honestly i didnt. I dont know what in the hell that happen. Everything was done perfectly. I took a video to my instructer at school and he said it was a problem in the cam/valve area as if the valves are opening at the wrong time. Only because it would make a poping noise as if the valves were opening when they werent suppose to. I've sold it, i couldnt bare it no more. I have a 92 eagle talon tsi now, but its nothing compared to the sex appeal of a 2g so im going to sell this one too...lol
    3. 95weclipse
      95weclipse
      castle nut back in and the oil pump gear. then for the other hole you take the seal out very carefully and take it to your auto store or where ever you can get freeze plugs and have them size it up for you and then just tap the freeze plug in and your done all you have to buy is a freeze plug which is .50 cents usually
    4. 95weclipse
      95weclipse
      well if you have access to a welder then its simple. when you get the motor apart you first start by taking out the BS bearings there is one on one side and two on the other you just turn them so that the oil holes dont line up. Then you take your BS of the front case there is one bolt holding on the left one you take the bolt out then the gear comes off the shaft comes out the back then throw this one in the trash then on the right side of it you have to take the oil pump gear off which is one nut then you pull that then you take a screw driver and hammer and lightly tap around the castle nut and once you get that out there is a bolt in side you take that off and you have to keep this one if you pull it out youll notice the shiny part that goes into the pump and you take a cut off wheel or hack saw and cut about a 1/4 be hind that then if you take a welder and fill in the hole in the center there is your stub you replace it back in the oil pump put the bolt in and put the
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    Occupation:
    my hobby is my job i fix and sell used cars
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    port orchard
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