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Sep 14, 12:37am - #274584 
valve cover

i want to polish my valve cover but i dont know how to take it off..someone tell me how? and if i take it off do i need a new gasket? has anyone done this...is this a difficult thing to do?


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Sep 14, 8:07am - #274585 
What engine?

1ZZ 7th Gen: The gasket is rubber & reusable. To remove, you have to take off the coils, take the two center bolts out & about 6 or 8 around the cover.

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Sep 14, 5:30pm - #274586 
2zz is a little more complicated, check out the how-to's for How to replace lift bolts. also, how are you planning on polishing it. are you doing it yourself?


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