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|B14 95-99 chassis 1995-1999 Sentra and 1995-1998 200SX|
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I've done it, and it was rough but not undoable.
It's very much labor intensive. Took me, a friend, and a haynes manual three days from start to finish. Well, the haynes didn't do much work, but it did have some nice blurry pictures for us to argue what part is which and steps in the wrong order.
There's a bunch of might-as-wells when you do a job like this. The water pump, tons 'o gaskets, oil pan seals, carbon removal, all the belts, things like that.
Next time I attempt anything like that, I'm pulling the engine...
Hi there, Im replacing the timing belt( chains) on my sentra 95 but I cant figure how to remove the oil pump, I got all bolts off already, My questions is does it got any bolts holding if from inside the motor? do I need to remove the oil pan to remove the inside bolt if it has any??
also left cam goes at 11 o'clock i know that one, and right cam goes at 12 o'clock but the right cam wont move to 12 o'clock, it goes to 10 o'clock, and no more, ohh the chain is off. any advice would be great since u the guru in doing this. thanks.
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