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Hello,

I have a 02 trailblazer, and I have a engine for it to reinstall, same year...but in doing some tuning to it...the timing chain slipped...long story short...I am in a bind. I will have to retime the shafts due to a shop novice $%#! it up....I have to remove the front timing plate, but I cannot, CANNOT get the balancer bolt to budge...I am using a 15/16 socket with a 3/4" impact and cannot get it to move at all. any tips??? is this correct?? also, once it is removed and I can reinstall the chain, what is the timing placement procedure?? The engine is currently on the floor in my shop cause it was sooo close to putting it in. Went way backwards on this. I have to remove the oil pan to remove the timing cover?? HELP PLEASE!!!
 

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Hello...I posted about a 4.2L engine help..I need my truck back!!...any help or tips would be appreciated. Thanks so much!!
 

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