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To install a timing chain, disassemble the engine by removing the valve cover, linkage sections, injectors and all connecting fuel lines. Be sure to remove the EGR assembly and follow the instructions in the owner's manu... More »

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To install a new crankshaft front oil seal, loosen the alternator to slacken the drive belt. Remove the belt along with radiator if these items block access to the seal. If the car has a manual transmission, set it on fi... More »

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Reasons for a car running rough can include problems with the engine temperature or oxygen sensors, bad hoses, ignition system or timing problems, clogged air or fuel filters, and faulty spark plugs or fuel injectors. Ma... More »

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Some common things to check when a car's engine does not turn over include the battery components, the timing belt, the fuel level and fuel injectors and to look for moisture inside the distributor cap. On vehicles with ... More »

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Some of the different products featured in the NAPA Auto Parts catalog include engine components such as gaskets, valve train parts and motor mounts, along with electrical systems and fuel injectors. The catalog also fea... More »

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The cam position sensor is often located under the timing chain cover, which is near the front of the car engine. The sensor may be near the cylinder head. More »

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The crankshaft position sensor location varies between make, model and engine style but is typically located on the front of the engine on the timing cover. Locating the crankshaft pulley and looking for a sensor that is... More »

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