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    Well that thing is definitely chewed up, there's your problem.

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    Balance Shaft Chain Tensioner

    Does anyone know why one is to use a new Balance Shaft Chain Tensioner when installing the oil pump/balancer chain? From the looks of it there is no spring or anything they needs re-aligning. When I put the old one back in place it applies tension to the chain to prevent it from slipping. It seems like it would work just fine. What am I missing?Name:  DSC00879.jpg
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    Its a dowel pin!

    Well one mystery is solved.....the balancer shaft has a small pin built into the end of the shaft for the sprocket to slide over. It looks too small to provide and mechanical force so it must just be an alignment pin. Here is the end of the balancer shaft of my new assembly. Name:  DSC00882.jpg
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    Now I just need to install it correctly timed with the crack sprocket. Stand by........

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    It's the plastic guide in the tensioner and that it's a spring without any retainer You always replace parts like that when rebuilding and engine.

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    Just to close the loop, I installed the used balancer shaft assembly properly and the engine runs smooth now.

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