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[Engine] Flywheel locking hole 1.6 16V ???
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How the hell to use it?? Do I have to remove the oilfilter? The exhaust manifold is very much in the way also...

Made a device like in the Haynesmanual, but...
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Start by positioning the cam locking holes about 5degrees before they should lock with the pins, now I use long nose pliers to hold a right angle shaped piece of rod of the correct diameter in the hole applying pressure gently towards the flywheel, now get a partner to turn the engine slowly towards the cam locking position and you'll find the locking tool just drops in with a wiggle or two, no need to remove the oil filter tho Wink
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