Any reason why you are removing the chain?Rover, Rover, this is John Paul... in harms way
Santa is all done shopping here so, got a little time and began the auxiliary chain replacement chapter.
I have removed the tension-er bolt and tension-er, have loosened the oil sprocket bolt until it has touched the inside of the sump.
Now, looking at the clearance around the fuel sprocket, wondering if the chain will indeed clear enough to be able to remove the chain. Or does/can the fuel sprocket be removed?
With the tensioner spring loose. Take a small screwdriver and lift the chain over and around on the sprocket to where the alignment marks are.Well, it came with the 2 timing chains and tension-er. Unfortunately I turned the crankshaft left instead of right briefly and the chain has skipped a few teeth on the fuel sprocket, and the marks on the existing chain do not line up now with the crankshaft marks.