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02-10-2020 10:02 AM
Valley Rock yota repair 101
02-10-2020 10:02 AM
sethsource
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Originally Posted by 4seasons View Post
Did you drop something down the hole while you had it out?
no I didn't, and I have the valve cover off so I would be able to see if anything was in there. I'll post some pictures when I get home
02-10-2020 06:56 AM
4seasons Did you drop something down the hole while you had it out?
02-09-2020 11:21 PM
sethsource
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Originally Posted by rockyota83 View Post
sometimes they can be a pain(the o ring) and just need a little extra muscle to go in
but I've also just tried pushing as hard as I can. And no budge
02-09-2020 11:14 PM
sethsource
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Originally Posted by rockyota83 View Post
sometimes they can be a pain(the o ring) and just need a little extra muscle to go in
everywhere I read says that they can just easily put it in
02-09-2020 11:14 PM
sethsource
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Originally Posted by gnob View Post
Remove the value cover....
valve cover is removed. That's how I can see.
02-09-2020 09:58 PM
gnob Remove the value cover....
02-09-2020 09:27 PM
rockyota83 sometimes they can be a pain(the o ring) and just need a little extra muscle to go in
02-09-2020 09:14 PM
sethsource [22RE] Calling all the boys . Help a brother out. I temporarily removed my distributor for clearance reasons. I finished the project I removed it for, but when it came back to putting it back in I've been stressin for 5+ hours. It won't go in all the way. Here's what I've tried:

* TDC compression stroke with rotor turned every tooth.
* TDC exhaust stroke with rotor turned with every tooth.
* 5 BTDC compression stroke with rotor turned every tooth.
* 5 BTDC exhaust stroke with rotor turned every tooth.
* All of the above with turning engine over while pushing distributor in.
* It's the same distributor that was just in it earlier today.
* It's like it's bottoming out on the cam or something??

* Any suggestions I'll appreciate...

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