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E6 cam cap bolt

Old 02-17-2008, 11:08 PM
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E6 cam cap bolt

Yeah, my bolt broke off in the head, then the EZ out reverse bit broke in there. How's about I don't run one of the bolts, specifically the inner E6 bolt

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Old 02-18-2008, 09:07 AM
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I dont really have any advice. But i am pretty sure i have a s13ka head that i will give you for free. its just a bare head, so you would have to get everything swapped over to it. If you intrested, just let me know. you'll just have to pay shipping. btw i live in south carolina. I got an sr now and ive been trying to get rid of this head. lol, if you dont want it, its going to the scrap yard.
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i had a friend do that and he ended up spinning a rod bearing. lmao

probably just a coincidence, i don't see it hurting but i def wouldn't just forget about it and eventually try to fix it. in other words don't let this stop progress.
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i had a friend do that and he ended up spinning a rod bearing. lmao

probably just a coincidence, i don't see it hurting but i def wouldn't just forget about it and eventually try to fix it. in other words don't let this stop progress.
i'm gonna have to disagree. the the caps allow oil to circulate through them to where needed. this should most defiantly be dealt with or you too run the risk of ruining your engine. if the bold didn't brake off flush with the head you can probably take it out with a stud remover. here's a link to as set from sears.
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...d=bolt+remover

if there isn't a stub for you to get a hold of you'll probably need to have a shop see what they can do.
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Old 02-23-2008, 02:31 PM
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if the bolt isnt too deep, you can try to weld on a little bubble to the top of the stud and then grab it with some vice grips and spin it out.
careful you only weld on the bolt.
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