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HT4100 4.1, 4.5, 4.9 Discussion, e23 and e27 in Cadillac Engine Discussion; Originally Posted by Reverend Hearse Hmm..... 65 bucks an hour vs using my spare trans w/ shift kit... Decisions.... You ...
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    Re: e23 and e27

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Hearse View Post
    Hmm..... 65 bucks an hour vs using my spare trans w/ shift kit... Decisions....
    You didn't tell me you had one of those!


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    Re: e23 and e27

    didnt want to pull it if i dont have to, still lugging down when hot, still slamming back through the gears when slowing down....

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    Re: e23 and e27

    So , what are these 2 parts, can they be easily removed? I believe one is the a.i.r. Pump? And is it possible to do away with the a/c and still have p/s?



    EDIT* CANT GET THE PICS TO LOAD, ONE IS PULLY IS RAN BY THE P/S PUMP VIA A SHORT BELT, AND THE OTHER ITEM IS DIRECTLY UNDER THE ALTERNATOR, RAN BY A BELT BACK TO THE CRANK I BELIEVE, WHAT ARE THESE 2 ITEMS AND CAN THE BE REMOVED?

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    Re: e23 and e27

    Pics would be really helpful...

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    Re: e23 and e27

    I figured the air pump belt needs replaced, the adjuster bolt seems to be designed by the russians, as i cant seem to get to it no matter how i try, i have pulled the alternator to try and gain more room, but i really dont see and good way other than to remove the passenger side tire, certainly there is a simple way, what am i overlooking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Hearse View Post
    ...seems to be designed by the Russians, as i cant seem to get to it no matter how i try...
    In Soviet Russia; bolt gets you

    Sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Hearse View Post
    i have pulled the alternator to try and gain more room, but i really dont see and good way other than to remove the passenger side tire, certainly there is a simple way, what am i overlooking?
    You have to remove the tire. Behind it is a "flap" that you unbolt and move out of the way for easier access to all things south of the water pump....

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