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Timing Cover

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Question From gigirl on Timing Cover

2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
130,000
3.1 6 cyl

External coolant leak. Needs new timing cover.
Is this common? How long does it take to repair this?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

A bad cover by itself is unusual but the timing cover gasket leaking is not. The problem is after it's driven with the leak for too long, the cover gets all pitted and has to be replaced also.

Response From gigirl

Ended up to be the water pump and the timing cover. Also flushed the engine, bled the coolant system and changed the oil. Hope that does it for a while.

Response From Discretesignals

It's not very common, but it does happen.

Book time is 5.9 hrs. DIY time is 2 days unless something goes wrong. Suggest you get some service literature before tacking this job yourself, so you know what your getting into and you'll know what tools you'll need.

82 crown vic timing cover water leak

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Question From gunar1989 on 82 crown vic timing cover water leak

I have an 82 Ford Ltd crown Vic with a 5.0 302ci v8 I believe it has 163,000 miles but the odo doesn't have a hundredth place. It has a water leak in the timing cover. The work requires the motor to be unmounted because the oil pan can't be removed otherwise. I have a one piece oil pan gasket, timing cover and gasket kit that includes front main seal, and the water pump. I also want the timing chain replaced and most likely the rear main seal. I would like a quote on how much the labor would most likely be on said project. Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

The flat rate time for the cover only is 4 hours. The time for the chain only is also 4 hours. If you are changing both there would be about an hour extra so I would say about 5 hours total. I really don't think the oil pan as to come off. The timing gasket set should come with a partial piece of the pan gasket if necessary.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

As HT confirmed oil pan doesn't come off you clean off if OE or remove old rubber section if there now. 4 extra hours doesn't add up for timing chain as that suggests you aren't already right there looking right at it then pretty easy and fast.
* Hard part - pins in blocks or stubs line up covers to block and must line up by pushing down on cover against the new bottom gasket. If you tightened it up not in line it would wreck the new cover!


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Response From Hammer Time

I didn't say it was 4 hours extra. I said it was 4 hours for either operation but doing both should be about 5 hours. That would be the 4 hours for the chain replacement plus an extra hour for swapping the water pump and any other external items to a new cover.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Understand. Was and think at the age and somewhat unknown miles that the timing cover must have already been off and worried more what a pest lining up those pegs (there's a name for those?) and squish it on hard, worked maybe now a failure from older work.
Water pumps later were either aluminum or cast iron either timely for removing gaskets or gouging up timing covers too much.
I think Ford was smoking something with the 80 - about 87 5.0 engines with front of engine parts including A/C, water pumps and all the brackets that make it all fit for really no reason I can think of as they were total dogs, super poor power new but wouldn't say horrible for lasting and putting up with abuse which was simply using A/C for some of those!


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Response From Hammer Time

One thing to remember here is the issue is going pitting in the aluminum housing so just replacing the gasket isn't going to do the trick. You are likely going to need a new manifold which may not be the easiest thing to find.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

May have a mix up here. Timing cover doesn't/shouldn't involve intake manifold at all. What body is this car? Crown Vic was (I thought) reserved for the full size chassis car or wagon and another was a unit body with a couple engines offered but not a V8 TMK called and LTD.


Lost as 5.0 timing covers shouldn't touch anything that isn't cast iron and doesn't involve the intake manifold however anything pitted a choice has to be made on approach on anything if the reason for a failure,
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(IDK if a pic of cover helps? .............
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Probably wrong one anyway and can't know?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I've seen a lot of these through the years. The cover pits and corrodes at the water ports and will have to be replaced.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'm just curious now as this almost can't happen to any I've known?
Pic - Front of engine all cast iron............
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The cover shown on the engine.............
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No intake involves and missing in that pic.


Where am I going wrong? One issue is absolutely none of these are around, early ones pawned off as rentals only a model or two earlier than 82 and were not the same TMK at all some with a "VV" carb that didn't work out so well,


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Response From Hammer Time

The two round circles in the middle picture are water ports to the water pump and the coolant corrodes the sealing .surface away. I'm sure that is what is leaking on his. The manifold is aluminum.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I give as I can't know. None of these lasted long enough plain body/frame issues for engines to be the problem just accessories on them.
Pitted anything would really worry me and true gasket isn't going to fix that and not sure faking it with sealers would last for crap either.
Have to leave this with info here now to the OP's observations when there and if there where else that you don't know?
I've also never needed a new timing cover for any and think if it did something broke over some other work?
Yet another I just can't know so OP do pay attention,


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Response From Tom Greenleaf

? I should know but there still could be two different types. I suggest match at a brick and mortar outlet with VIN#, cover, pump and gasket set (hoses and more as you wish.) The OE oil pan shouldn't need to come out or off unless you need to. New gasket will be a partial rubber one for front and dabs of silicone gasket sealer at ends. Think hard if this is worth a dang to do timing chain (cheap and easy while there) too. You'll know miles are under 200K if cam gear you'll see anyway has nylon teeth, replacement will not or don't get that type again. The OE nylon almost certainly would not make 300K or the age of it. If in pieces now when there get as much out as you can out of the pan,


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93 deville timing cover gasket seepage

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Question From mike93 on 93 deville timing cover gasket seepage

Hi how are you doing I was wondering should I worry about the timing cover gasket starting to seep or no it's very little no oil on the ground or anything is that ok for now or what?

Response From steve01832

Slight seepages usually turn into major leaks eventually. You should put that gasket on the things-to-do list and check your oil every couple of days.

Steve

Response From mike93

ok thanks will do also trying to figure out why i gotta keep putting coolant in the reservoir every two weeks no leaks or anything radiator is always full just coolant reservoir

Response From steve01832

The coolant reservoir is basically an expansion/reserve tank. If no tank leaks present, and you are topping it off every 2 weeks, somewhere the coolant is leaking or is getting burned. You may want to pressure test the system to verify there are no leaks. Really check the "weep hole" on the underside of the water pump for any signs of coolant or staining. If all checks out ok, you may have an intake or a cylinder head leaking coolant internally.

Steve

Response From mike93

The car runs great though but im gonna check it out and make sure the tank isn't leaking or anything else if it was one or the other wouldn't the car run like shit

Response From mike93 Top Rated Answer

also when i had a intake manifold in my lincoln that time my coolant was milky. also my heater core is clogged and sometimes only sometimes when i shut the car off i hear a bubbling noise

89 olds.88 timing cover will not come off

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Question From johnboy1982 on 89 olds.88 timing cover will not come off

I have an 89 olds 88, 3.8 I cant get the timing cover off. it feels like the bottom right side is hung up! am I missing something?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Did you remove the bolts coming up from the pan? You may have to loosen the pan because I believe there are dowels in the lower corners.