Ford Mustang Service Manual: Removal

Removal

1. Remove the roller followers. For additional information, refer to Roller Followers in this section.

2. Remove the LH timing chain for the LH side and both timing chains for the RH side. For additional information, refer to Timing Drive Components in this section.

3. Install the special tool.

4. Remove the exhaust camshaft sprocket and the intake camshaft bolt, washer


4. Remove the exhaust camshaft sprocket and the intake camshaft bolt, washer and spacer.

5. Remove the special tool.


5. Remove the special tool.

6. Compress the tensioner and install a lock pin.


6. Compress the tensioner and install a lock pin.

7. Remove the timing chain, the sprocket, and intake camshaft sprocket


7. Remove the timing chain, the sprocket, and intake camshaft sprocket spacer.

8. NOTE: LH shown; RH similar.


8. NOTE:

LH shown; RH similar.

Remove the bolts.

9. CAUTION: The outer bolts on the outer cam bearing cap (exhaust) are


9. CAUTION: The outer bolts on the outer cam bearing cap (exhaust) are longer and must be returned to the same location or engine damage may occur.

NOTE:

Identify the camshaft to cylinder head location. Caps are not interchangeable.

Remove the bolts and the camshaft bearing cap assemblies.

10. Remove the camshafts.


10. Remove the camshafts.

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