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PatriYacht 08-12-2003 08:46 PM

Anyone change a gen 5 cam?
 
When I took the timing cover off, the oil pan gasket stuck to the cover and tore. It has a 1 piece oil pan gasket that goes all around. Is there an easy fix for this? No one shows a separate gasket in their catalogs.

fstboater 08-12-2003 08:59 PM

Take a little sand paper and sand the pan and cover and use GMS black sealer let it set overnight start it up warm it up let it set a hour or two. You should be good to go also clean the parts with brake clean or paint thinner.

formulaF302 08-12-2003 09:26 PM

I've been able to change the cams in mine by loosening all the oil pan bolts...especially towards the front, and dropping the front of the pan down a bit, then the timing chain cover will pull out without damaging anything. The oil pan gasket on the Gen V and VI is normally reusable....although I don't know if yours is anymore. I did damage one once and was able to get a new one at my local parts store for about $32.00. Actually I was surprised they had one in stock...I was afraid it was gonna be one of those overpriced dealer only items. Good luck....Glenn

PatriYacht 08-12-2003 09:43 PM

You're able to loosen all of the oil pan bolts on a boat motor in the boat?!! I must be getting old or something. Not as flexible as I used to be.:cool:

PatriYacht 08-12-2003 09:46 PM

I guess I should've said it was in the boat. It was also glued on with a ton of silicone.

Krumbsnatcher 08-12-2003 09:59 PM

I have a GenIV and Chevrolet is the only one who makes that gasket that I found.

Griff 08-12-2003 11:43 PM

You do mean that you tore the actual pan gasket, Right??? Not the bottom rubber gasket at the bottom of the timing cover???

I changed the cam on a Gen V w/o pulling the engine. It was quite the task in a 24 Outlaw. Lossened the front 3 or so bolts on the pan to get the timing cover on and off.

PatriYacht 08-13-2003 06:19 PM

The oil pan gasket goes across the timing cover. There is no seperate gasket at the front under the timing cover. I put the torn pieces on the timing cover with a lot of silcone. 1 engine is ok, 1 is leaking. Guess I know what I'll be doing tomorrow.

The good news is both engines are running smoothly with their new Crane 651 cams.


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