do yourself a favor and drill a hole in your throttle body bracket to alighn with the center of the cam seal and install a bolt. leave as little space as possible but don't let the bolt touch it. i think i used a stainless 1 1/4" long bolt and lock nut. i lost a engine cause that stupid thing poped out.
The proper way to install the Cam Cap is to use a non-hardening sealer on the outer edge of the cam cap (or any seal for that matter) such as Permatex Aviation Cement or Permatex #2.
Not only does this help hold the cam cap/seal in place it also fills any small imperfections in the housing or seal body itself.
OEM specified. Noncorrosive gasketing material designed primarily for use on aluminum, iron, and steel flanged mating surfaces. Ideal for on-the-spot and emergency repairs, or when a conventional gasket is unavailable. Fills gaps up to .015" and cures to a solvent-resistant seal that will not...
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