VALVE COVER!!! Get a new gasket and allen style bolts from twos R us
Ill be getting hex bolts and tightening them down with a closed end wrench. i dont like allen wrenches..1fastsol said:VALVE COVER!!! Get a new gasket and allen style bolts from twos R us
1 car has a leak and the other doesnt ;-)Byron said:Is there oil on the bottom of the distributor? The distributor shaft seal will leak oil there also.
whats the website to twos R us to get the allen style bolts? anyone?1fastsol said:VALVE COVER!!! Get a new gasket and allen style bolts from twos R us
I'm not sure if anyone has a trick, but I did have to loosen the Throttle body out...though I don't recall having to disconnect every pieces. I simply pulled out what I needed to reach whatever bolt I was going for. In sum, no tricks.Kurdain said:Is there any trick to get to the rear valve cover bolts without pulling throttle body? I hope there is because I am sure thats where my leaks are coming from and I just put in a new alternator that oil destroyed....
But no Loctite will work on oily threads, so you'll need to clean them out first if you want it to hold. Loctite even makes a cleaner/activator specifically for this purpose - it's called Kleen-N-Prime.Justin311 said:Blue comes off easily but holds well.