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Plastic Chain Guide Rail Removal Advice Needed


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I am stuck removing the chain guide in fear of damaging the head gasket. I found the hex head behind the upper dowel pin and backed that out as much as I felt I could. But the plastic chain rail is post-39695-13693479477846_thumb.jpgpost-39695-13693479644994_thumb.jpgpost-39695-13693479883429_thumb.jpgpushing hard against the head gasket and the pin hasn't fully come out yet. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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If you end up cutting the head gasket, avoid cutting near the head/block.  That area is tough to seal on a good gasket.  I would separate it in the front as it is easier to use formagasket there with success.

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You may need to cut it if you want to replace it.  But I would try to bend it up more.

 

DON'T TOUCH IT IF IT AIN'T BROKE!!! :D

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