I'll be looking for a timing belt tensioner bracket when I hit the salvage yard. Does anyone know if you can remove the bracket without removing the cam sprocket on that side? It isn't clear to me after looking at the FSM. There the cam is removed before the bracket, but I'm not sure if that required for clearance issues or if they just chose to do things in that order for other reasons.
After a momentary vision of an upcoming episode with helicoils or something similar I realized that my problem hole is on the tensioner bracket and can be solved through an easy replacement. I was having a hard time figuring out the part number but I think I have it (13086AA012 if someone could confirm that I have the right part that would be helpful) from a site called opposedforces.com. Is there another/better site for determining part numbers that one cannot determine from some of the online mail order dealer sites/diagrams?
Yes, I've determined that I needed a better torque wrench. Getting things accurate with a beam wrench is not that easy.