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Old 12-03-2014, 06:35 PM   #111
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Default Re: 1933 can't start after recent restart

Originally Posted by midgetracer View Post
Do as David G says, but you have to also remove three bolts on the front of the timing cover to get the small side cover off. I am quite sure that you will find the timing gear has teeth sheared off. It is very common on an old engine. A good 4 cylinder mechanic can get the old one off and a new one on in a few hours, but it is a big job if you have never done it, but certainly not impossible for someone of your skills.
This is a silly question, do I have to drain the engine oil first.
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