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This pulley also gets called the "toothed pulley".
Important note: This idler (or guide pulley) is held in place with a special bolt (90105-10235) that should be replaced when doing the timing components. This bolt can occasionally break, causing the pulley to come loose - which is a bad thing to have happen (read: expensive bad things can happen - like valves colliding with pistons when the timing belt skips or comes off).
Note 2: The later series L family of engines can be identified as they have the ‘bucket and shim’ system for adjusting the valves, and not rockers or roller rockers. Late model engines also have a stamped steel valve cover, whereas the earlier engines used a cast aluminum valve cover.
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