Ya know my dealership told me there was a "special tool" for completing the head job on my truck... was a little weary about that but I guess this proves it. Seems expensive/rare if a DEALERSHIP only has 1 between all of their techs... and people who know my dealership will know they are LARGE.I know HANDGUNNER and Brewer are close to doing some Head work on the 3.5's...as soon as they find the tools it takes to remove the head.
Did he say it could be done without either present? I mean theres gotta be a way for someone to do this crap themselves should the need/want present itself.Yup. A good friend of mine is a Master Tech at a Chevy dealer up here. He was explaining it to me and what it does, although I still don't quite understand it because Motor work is mostly all greek to me!:lol:
There's actally 2 tools needed to do the job the easiest/fastest way.:econo:
Yeah I feel ya man... theres some complicated SHIT in there. :lol:I think you need at least one, but the other one is pretty much a MUST have. From what I understand, the 1st one has to do with the cams and holding them in place or something. And the 2nd one has to do with a "tensioner" and holding it out of the way. If that doesn't get done, or it springs back in place, you have to drop the oil pan to fix it.
That's pretty much what I got out of our conversation about it but like I said, it's all a foreign language to me so I tried to relay it here as best as I could. LOL