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Old 05-17-2017, 09:35 PM   #1
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Needing help with timing chain 06 cobalt ss/sc

I'm needing help I'm new to the whole cobalt 2.0 lsj world and I took apart my timing chain as the balance sprocket broke but when I ordered the new balance shaft set it can with a solid sprocket instead of the original one so I'm needing help with the issues please
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what exactly is the issue? that the new sprocket looks different than the old one?
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Yes the original one looks like its on a bearing and moves back and forth the new one is a solid one piece sprocket
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Lookup the Gates timing chain youtube video (or at least I think it's Gates) they go through the entire process including torque specs
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This is the one i need



This is the one it came with
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looks like you got one for a 2.2/2.4l, it appears the 2.0l uses a different sprocket. you can get it from crate engine depot, its part # 12642713.
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Thank you it's correct your awesome
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