...I wasn't sure it was possible to r&r cam bearings with the engine 'in the car', but even so replacing cam bearings isn't something even I would try to do. And ditto 'yes' to fixing it.teddythomas1998 said:I also think it's a cam bearing after talking to a few people. I actually found it in the intake screen for the oil pump. Any chance I can fix this without pulling the engine? Also do I even need to fix it?
agreedElwenil said:Pull the engine and take it to a machine shop. Guaranteed if it's spit out a cam bearing, it's going to need more work than just replacing the cam bearings.
...that's why I wouldn't do it - it's got to be perfect, and as stated above if it needs cam bearings it won't be long until is need a lot more...Elwenil said:It is possible to replace them yourself, but considering the cost of the tool and the cost of possibly messing it up, I'd leave it to a machine shop.