How to Remove the Timing Cover Seal on a 350 Chevy?

Answer The timing cover seal on your 350 Chevrolet is located underneath the truck. Faulty timing cover seals will continuously leak fluids essential for truck operation, so if this occurs, you will need ... Read More »

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How to Remove a Timing Cover on a Small-Block Chevy?

Underneath the timing cover of a small-block Chevrolet engine sits the timing chain and gears. Most often this cover is removed in order to replace the timing chain, but it is also part of the dis... Read More »

How to Replace a Timing Cover Seal?

Some automotive engines utilize a timing chain and sprockets to turn the camshaft. The timing chain is usually located at the front of the engine block and is lubricated with motor oil under pressu... Read More »

How to Replace a GM 5.7L Timing Cover Seal?

The 5.7-liter GM engine, or the well-known 350-cubic inch engine, is part of the family of small blocks that sprung from the basic design of the 265-cubic inch engine from 1955. The 350, which shar... Read More »

How to Replace the Timing Cover Seal on 4.3?

The 4.3-liter engine was used in many Chevrolet vehicles, including the 2002 Chevrolet Blazer. This engine uses a timing chain, rather than a timing belt, and the bottom of the cover has a seal whe... Read More »