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Old 03-09-2016, 11:56 AM   #10
LC4CARL
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Front main seal is leaking. Easy fix, but you have to take the timing belt off to do so. May as well replace the timing belt while you are in there.

If you are really wanting to save some weight, get the smaller Denso alternator. Smaller and weighs less. Makes changing the filter easier as well.
Great idea.

This thing makes the Exxon Valdez look clean. Should have degreased it before I put it on stands. Got grease in every pore now. Yuck.

On a positive note, I haven't found any real "game changers" like hidden collision damage or extensive rust through. Looking forward to my first road trip in it.
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