On or around Wed, 20 Jul 2005 18:27:58 +0100, "Paul"
<email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>just ordered a P gasket from beamends ready for this weekend, had a quick
>look at what's involved. does this sound about right-
>remove fan top cowling
>loosen bolts on water pump and power steering pulleys
>remove belt and pulleys
>swing alternator out the way
>do i have to remove the tensioner or will it swing out the way?
>is there enough room to do all this with the fan still fitted looks tight?
>i plan to leave the water pump fitted to its manifold and remove the whole
>lot, good idea?
>anything else i have not thought about, or particularly difficult to get to
there's a cover bolt with a nut on it under the alternator.
I removed the fan, and the cowling. I also sawed the cowling in half
vertically, so it can now be removed without removing the fan first. It
goes back on OK like this. Fecking silly design, so it is - there's not
quite scope for getting the cowling out without removing the fan.
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.net
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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121-180), from Meditations, VIII.16