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    oil squirters?

    so i was working on my engine today because i just got the block back from the machine shop today, as im looking at the front of the block i notice something that looked to me as a bolt with the head broken off. so being me, my first instinct was to grab some vice grips and try to work it out. no luck. then i go to work and find out it was a oil squiter....anybody know anything about these????

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    on the 2.6 it oils the timing chain - did you move it at all or reposition it? If you did put it back or you will fry the timing chain.
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    i ordered a new one. the other one was mangled. there IS only one right? how do i replace them?

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    have no idea - never removed one. They were prone to plug up from sludge when people didn't change their oil every 3k miles in these motors - thats why they got a bad rap in caravans and k cars.
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    well i suppose i should check ALLDATA

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    Dang I hope you get that straight

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    yea. first issue was finding a replacment but my sources came through on that one. now i gotta find out to replace it haha

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    well the old one is out. and for the ones planning on a rebuilt... dont replace this unless you have too. its a total pain to get out

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