Since 1997, A Man Has Been Digging Out His Basement Using Only R/c Scale-Model Construction Equipment
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Somehow, in all the timing belts I've done, this has only come up once before as a big issue. But, as it stands, I cannot find a reasonable way (short of using a chisel) to break loose the big t40 bolt that holds the tbelt tensioner pulley on. I did get it off once with a jerry rigged vise grip around a flat head screwdriver bit with my friend keeping the whole thing under pressure with a pry bar, but there has got to be a nicer way. Anyone?
Wtf Is This Thing On The Oil Pan Of My '03 Xc70?
While doing an oil pan repair that may get documented elsewhere in this forum, I noticed this rectangular part with rubber lines running to it bolted to the back of the pan. What in the world is it? See the photo below. Disregard the aviation spark plug in the oil pan for now..