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Old 27th February 2013, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys just a quick question,
i was trying to remove my CAS and it wont come off.. ive undone the 3 bolts, surely it should just pull out? it wont even swivvel.. any advice?
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Old 28th February 2013, 09:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It should just pull off. Not removed one in a few years and can remember struggling a bit in the past. Guess it is gummed up a bit but will pull off when right amount of force is applied. Mark its position before removing so that you can refit it in the same place and get the timing close to perfect without needing to set the timing with a strobe straight away.
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Old 28th February 2013, 10:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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hi guys just a quick question,
i was trying to remove my CAS and it wont come off.. ive undone the 3 bolts, surely it should just pull out? it wont even swivvel.. any advice?
Regards James
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Thank you, thought I was being stupid as they normally just pull out and swivel.. They have on other cars I've owned anyway. You know what skylines are like bit if a pain in the arse if it's the first time you've done one. Thanks again Dave.

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It should just pull off. Not removed one in a few years and can remember struggling a bit in the past. Guess it is gummed up a bit but will pull off when right amount of force is applied. Mark its position before removing so that you can refit it in the same place and get the timing close to perfect without needing to set the timing with a strobe straight away.
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make sure you mark so its easy to re-install
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