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Old 10-23-2018, 12:03 PM   #1
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Question What gaskets do I need for timing belt replacement? 2006 Vue 3.5l V6

Searched everywhere on here, no results. I'm using RockAuto. What gaskets do I need to order for the timing cover and related parts when replacing the timing belt? I'm doing the valve adjustment, water pump and plugs, so I already have the intake plenum gasket set and valve cover gasket set in the cart. No idea what I need for the timing belt.

Any help asap would be appreciated!

Also, what tools do everyone use to measure valve lash? Would a spark plug feeler gauge work, or is there a dedicated tool?

2002 SL2 A/T "Pluto" 250,000KM
2006 Vue V6 AWD A/T "Benji" 150,000KM


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