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EJ22 new timing belt and new seals.

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#1 pa_trick

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 09:38 AM

I am about to pull the Ej22 out of my '92 legacy wagon and give it the new timing belt, water pump and cam seals et al. I am looking for two things:

 

1. a good set of step-by-step instrutions for this process.

 

2. advice on other things to check/replace while I have it out of the car.

 

Thanks in advance



#2 heartless

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 10:05 AM

if you are pulling the motor (not a necessary step for a timing job, but does give easier access) then reseal the rear oil separator plate (use an anarobic sealant or ultra grey), and replace the o-rings on the rear cam seals as well. 92 should have the cast alloy plate, but if it is plastic then you will want to replace it with a stamped steel one, which will also require new screws.

 

unless it is obviously leaking really badly, leave the rear main seal alone.

 

for instructions try this: http://www.ultimates...ng-belt-change/

 

alternatively, a video by our own Miles Fox:

 


Edited by heartless, 05 April 2014 - 10:06 AM.





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