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    1. #176
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      Cam seals arrived from Rockauto ... they sent me two different sized seals.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lawdogg View Post
      Cam seals arrived from Rockauto ... they sent me two different sized seals.

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      Where in LA are you? I have all the gaskets and seals on hand
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      I'm by LAX. Are you close?

      Edit: Placed an order anyway. Want to get this pile running again
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      Quote Originally Posted by lawdogg View Post
      I'm by LAX. Are you close?

      Edit: Placed an order anyway. Want to get this pile running again
      Burbank, if you need parts and are in a pinch let me know. Just PM me
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      HEY DOUGY

      How many mm deep is that lip on the OEM cam seal pusher

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      Burbank, if you need parts and are in a pinch let me know. Just PM me
      Will do! Thanks!
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      Quote Originally Posted by lawdogg View Post
      HEY DOUGY

      How many mm deep is that lip on the OEM cam seal pusher



      Will do! Thanks!

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      Alright. Think I have the timing marks lined up correctly.

      I had the VVT gears off the cams, so I lined the timing marks up with:

      -The bolts in the middle of the adjustment slots
      -The rotation of the gear relative to the hub all the way cw

      I believe I'm good to tighten it all up. CAN SOMEONE AGREE THIS LOOKS GOOD before I tighten it all down???

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      I'm reading VIDA and I don't think I did it correctly. My VVT gears are all the way cw (or, my hubs are all the way ccw) and my screws are in the middle of the oval holes (slots).

      VIDA makes it sound like the set screws have to be all the way at the ccw end of the oval holes (slots).

      This is confusing as hell though.

      Exhaust:

      Loosen, do not remove the screws that hold the timing gear pulley to the VVT-unit.
      Press the VVT-unit/ timing gear on the camshaft.
      Install the center screw that holds the VVT-unit to the camshaft. Tighten slightly.
      Turn the variable valve timing unit counter-clockwise as far as it will go. Does this mean to turn the hub ccw relative to the pulley as far as it will go?
      Remove the center screw.
      Position the upper timing cover.
      Turn the timing gear pulley clockwise until the screws at the oval holes are in the end-position. Continue turning clockwise until the timing gear pulley's marking is 1 tooth before the marking on the upper timing gear casing.

      Note! Do not turn counter-clockwise during this procedure.

      Check that the timing gear pulley is still in its end-position at the oval holes.
      Tighten the VVT-unit's centre screw according to Tightening torque:Summary of specific components and tightening torques .
      Check that the VVT-unit does not rotate when tightening.
      Install the centre plug. Tighten according to Tightening torque:Summary of specific components and tightening torques .
      Turn the variable valve timing unit clockwise to the limit position.
      Turn the timing gear pulley so that the markings correspond.

      This can't work: the timing mark is 1 tooth before (1 tooth ccw) the cam cover mark with the screws all the way ccw - the pulley can only spin ccw! It's impossible to line up using these instructions.

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      Intake:

      Slacken off, but do not remove the screws which secure the timing gear pulley to the VVT unit.
      Press the variable valve timing unit / timing gear onto the camshaft.
      Install the centre screw which secures the variable valve timing unit to the camshaft. Tighten slightly.
      Turn the variable valve timing unit counter-clockwise as far as it will go.
      Remove the center screw.
      Position the upper timing cover.
      Turn the timing gear pulley clockwise until the screws at the oval holes are in the end-position. Continue turning clockwise until the timing gear pulley marking is 1½ teeth before the marking on the upper timing gear casing.

      Note! Do not turn counter-clockwise during this procedure.

      Check that the timing gear pulley is still in its end-position at the oval holes.
      Tighten the centre screw in the VVT unit. See Tightening torque:Summary of specific components and tightening torques .
      Check that the VVT-unit does not rotate when tightening.
      Install and tighten the centre plug according to Tightening torque:Summary of specific components and tightening torques .
      Turn the variable valve timing unit clockwise to the limit position.
      Turn the timing gear pulley so that the markings correspond.
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      Found a good thread about it ... apparently the VIDA instructions ARE wrong. The thread is great other than ****ING PHOTOBUCKET ruining everyone's nice day https://forums.swedespeed.com/showth...VVT-hub-change

      In the thread, CamZH says: "The short of it is this:
      With the cams locked, and the crank set on its mark, the hubs need to be rotated CW as far as they will go and then have the timing marks on the gears align on the reference point (on the cover)"

      This is exactly how I had them installed before I took it apart trying to follow the VIDA instructions. Will be going through the thread in more detail to make sure I had done it correctly.

      EDIT: I had the hubs rotated all the way ccw relative to the gears, it seems like the hub should be rotated cw relative to the gears.

      "You can rotate the hubs clock wise and anti clockwise to confirm they are correct. (we had the exhaust move slightly while tightening and had to re-do it)
      Make sure they are left in the most clockwise position."
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      There's a bug with photobuckets watermarks, my work PC is just slow enough, the picture doesn't blur for about 1/3 second after the image loads. I used to time it just right and screen print the images pre blur, thanks slow corporate internet

      Hope you get the timing figured out!!!

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      Thanks ... I have tried a couple Chrome extensions that claim to be able to un-blur them, but none work.

      Anyway:

      - set the screws in the middle of the slots
      - rotated the hub clockwise relative to the gear
      - with cam bolt loose, rotated the hub & gear together cw until timing marks lined up, then snugged cam bolt
      - put on belt

      I think I've got it now...

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      Your cam gear and crank gear to timing mark arrangement looks good. Fire it up.

      Not sure what you mean by having taken the cam gear off of the cam.... Usually you'd need an alignment tool to put that back on..

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      Quote Originally Posted by gottarollwithit View Post
      Your cam gear and crank gear to timing mark arrangement looks good. Fire it up.

      Not sure what you mean by having taken the cam gear off of the cam.... Usually you'd need an alignment tool to put that back on..
      Thanks - I mean I took the VVT hubs off the cams. Having the timing marks aligned can be deceiving because the gear and hub can move independently of one another. So the trick is getting the VVT hub AND the gear aligned correctly when re-installing. That's the part I am making sure I've got correct.
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      Tightened the tensioner, spun it around once, timing marks still align perfectly. Belt has good tension. Am calling it good and hoping I got the VVT hubs right. I suppose I'll find out for sure soon enough.

      Time to remember how to put back on ...

      -misc brackets (I believe for hoist / motor mount)
      -cam sensors
      -front coolant hose to head
      -intake manifold
      -vac hoses / PCV crap
      -intake pipe to turbo
      -05+ ps reservoir I picked up

      ... and I think that's it. Could that be it, after all this time???
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      Who designed the Volvo intake manifold / PCV banjo bolt placement? I would like to challenge this person to one-on-one hand-to-hand combat to the death.

      Edit: Got it. Even managed to get a 17mm socket on it and nice and tight. Intake manifold may have been thrown across the yard once or twice

      I did use the new design 31325709. The old one was all clogged. Cleaned some buildup out of the white line to the canister - as clean as I could get it. Hopefully will be OK.
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