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Old 01-12-2013, 04:05 AM   #1
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Default How to Replace 96-98 DOHC Plastic Valve Cover With 93-95 Aluminum v. 2

Thought I would add a few things to The Original Swap of Valve Cover Thread
This is a compilation including pictures from various authors, I'm just assembling everything together into one Thread

This How-To will only work for fixing 96-98 valve covers, it will not work on '99+ cars with the 9-bolt exhaust manifolds due to a narrower head that will not fit the aluminum cover (PurdueGuy)

To check the Plastic Valve Cover for warpage lay the cover on a flat surface and if you see any Gaps, the Cover is warped


This Is Your Warped Valve Cover That You Are Going To Replace:
1996-1998 S-Series DOHC Black Composite Valve Cover


(Low's Picture)

BLUE ARROW NOTICE: The Aluminum Valve Cover Does Not Have This Bolt However It Does Not Affect the Seal of the Valve Cover Gasket

The Aluminum Covers Do Let Out More Of The Top End Clatter But They Also Do Not Pour Oil Down The End Of The Engine (OldNuc)

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1993-1995 S-Series DOHC Valve Cover (Notice 3 Holes in the Oil Well)




Materials

Required Materials:
S-Series Aluminum Valve Cover off 93-95 DOHC
T-40 Aluminum Valve Cover Bolts and Washers
FEL-PRO Gasket #VS50451R
Ultra Black RTV
Acetone
Anti Seize (for plugs)
Plugs- NGK #5643 BKR5ESA-11 (OldNuc)
Gap- .040
Replace Oil-laden Spark Plugs with New Copper NGK Plugs

These are the T-40 Bolts Grab them and the Washers



Optional Materials:
Fixed Orifice PCV Valves
AC/Delco CV4000C Or BWD PCV 484
Replacement PCV Hose
PCV changes place just enough so the '96-'98 hose won't fit as well on the older valve covers (fetchitfido)
Spark Plug Wire Set
Xact Spark Plug Wire Set #3148 Or ACDelco Spark Plug Wire Set #9754X*
The Spark Plug Boots fit Differently Between Aluminum & Plastic Valve Covers
Plastic Valve Cover Wires Will Work but Leave a Gap which can Allow Moisture in (OldNuc)



Tools:
Torque Wrench (Highly suggested)
Extension Bar (Highly suggested)
T-40 Socket
10 mm Socket
5/8 Spark Plug Socket

If You Want to Have it a Different Color Than The Grey You Can Do 1 of 3 Things, But Either Way You Need to Strip Off the Paint (I Suggest Using Aircraft Stripper and Acetone)
a) Polish the Aluminum and Then a Clear Coat
b) Powder Coat
c) (What I Did) Paint It With Primer, High Temp Paint, and then Clear Coat




Prep Valve Cover & Head

Wipe Off Grove on Valve Cover Removing All Old RTV
Wipe of Head
Remove All Oil/ Old RTV on Head

Use ONLY Acetone, Since a Lot of Other Cleaners (Brake Cleaner, Etc) Leave a Film Which Will Not Allow Gasket to Seal Correctly

Installation on Car

Put a Film of RTV at the Two Points Where the Timing Cover Mates to the Head, The "T" Joint
Lap Across the Joint 3/8 to 1/2" on Each Side of the Joint (OldNuc)


(AlexofNazareth's Picture)

Install using T-40 Bolts & Washers (7)*
The 10mm Bolts on Plastic Covers are a Different Size Making Them Incompatible

Tightening Order (1994Saturn)

Torque Bolts in Sequence at:
89 in-lbs (Bit over 7 ft/lbs) (VUEmaniac)



Let Set For 24 Hours To Let RTV Cure


Spark Plug Installation

Install Spark Plug with Anti Seize
Torque- 20 ft-lbs
Gap- .040

Ignition Wire Routing (OldNuc)
From Front, Left to Right, Hood Open

Engine
1-2-3-4

4-1-2-3
Coil Towers


For Future Information: When Buying Valve Cover Gasket & Wires Use 1994 Saturn 1.9L 116CI L4 FI VIN: 7
As Your Vehicle
Since These Items Are Different Parts for Fitting Perfectly to the Plastic or Aluminum Valve Cover


Big Thanks to OldNuc, VUEmaniac, PurdueGuy, fetchitfido, 1994 Saturn, Low Saturn, & a Number of Others

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Old 01-14-2013, 06:52 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to Replace 96-98 DOHC Plastic Valve Cover With 93-95 Aluminum v. 2

Just a Note:
The Plastic Valve Cover PVC Hose Fits the Aluminum Valve Cover All Right, Just Not As Well As When It Was on the Plastic, But
Will Work

PCV Grommet
It is a Generic One, If You Lose it You can Find it on the Help-Rack at the Parts Store


PVC Hose
Connects Cover to the Intake

Aluminum Valve Cover
GM Part #21007285

Plastic Valve Cover
GM Part #21007297

Aluminum Valve Cover Bolts and Washers Need 10 of Each

T-40 Bolt
GM Part #21000823 @ $2.50 a piece

Washer
GM Part #21006513 @$1.00 a piece

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Thanks Once Again OldNuc for Being an Amazing Contributor to This Forum and Posting The Above Information

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Old 01-14-2013, 08:24 PM   #3
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holy crap idk how i missed this. maybe it was too new for google to find. i've been reading the original thread. i got my valve cover yesterday. i am really nervous to do this. i don't think mine leaks that much. my spark plugs have a little oil on them but nothing that bad. and i only have to add about 1/3 a quart every 2500 miles. until i saw this thread i was worried about not using the rtv at the right areas. kudos to all. this is a great thread

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Old 01-22-2013, 08:33 PM   #4
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Default Re: How to Replace 96-98 DOHC Plastic Valve Cover With 93-95 Aluminum v. 2

Ok, so with the aluminum VC how do you get the gasket to stay in place when you put it back on the motor? The composite cover had a groove that the gasket fit in.

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Old 01-24-2013, 07:37 AM   #5
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Ok, so with the aluminum VC how do you get the gasket to stay in place when you put it back on the motor? The composite cover had a groove that the gasket fit in.
Anyone know the answer to this? Maybe I will see how to do it once I get the new gasket.

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Old 01-28-2013, 12:31 AM   #6
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Default Re: How to Replace 96-98 DOHC Plastic Valve Cover With 93-95 Aluminum v. 2

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Ok, so with the aluminum VC how do you get the gasket to stay in place when you put it back on the motor? The composite cover had a groove that the gasket fit in.
it just sits sung in there like the one for the plastic one...... the alum has a grove also..... just not as deep

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Old 01-28-2013, 10:22 PM   #7
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Default Re: How to Replace 96-98 DOHC Plastic Valve Cover With 93-95 Aluminum v. 2

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Ok, so with the aluminum VC how do you get the gasket to stay in place when you put it back on the motor? The composite cover had a groove that the gasket fit in.
First off I want to give Saturninin a huge thanks for the new upgraded thread! The pics and info are amazing. Ok now what I did to keep the felpro gasket on the aluminum cover while you turn it over was to smear just a VERY tiny bit of RTV around the aluminum cover and then put the gasket over it and press it on the cover making sure its seated nicely then let it sit for a minute and it wont come off when you turn it over to put it on the engine.

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Old 02-15-2013, 11:04 PM   #8
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I have three aluminum valve covers for sale. You may consider buying them all at once and reselling them later. If you want to buy all three, I can do $60.00 plus shipping.

Shipping just one, would be around $19.00 bucks FedEx Home that's just using the dimensions of the valve cover. I'd have to wrap it in card board to keep the dimensions low. The price shouldn't be more having two or three stacked together.

If you just want one, I can do $25.00 plus shipping. I will probably put them on ebay for a higher price. Someone has one listed for $60.00 with free shipping. I'm just making enough to cover my time and gas, there is no extreme mark up. This U pull place rotates stock, they crush rows of cars at a time and then put new cars in their place.

Anyways, some of you have a hard time finding these valve covers, just trying to help you out. Getting all three for $60.00 is a steal + shipping.

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Old 02-15-2013, 11:20 PM   #9
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how about you stop posting your for sale items in Nick's thread, and start your own so you quit polluting this write-up...

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how about you stop posting your for sale items in Nick's thread, and start your own so you quit polluting this write-up...
How about you stop whining. It's a thread about aluminum valve covers. I'm contributing to the thread.

PS, don't hate because you have a SOHC. You mad bro?

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How about you stop whining. It's a thread about aluminum valve covers. I'm contributing to the thread.

PS, don't hate because you have a SOHC. You mad bro?
You're contributing nothing. And you know nothing obviously.

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Old 02-16-2013, 12:45 AM   #12
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how about you stop posting your for sale items in Nick's thread, and start your own so you quit polluting this write-up...

Alex's point is well taken.......

The point of this thread is to inform..... Not to sell......

This thread was made tobe there for all time..... With the instructions...... So that people can just look and do in 1 area..... Not cluttered with other comments........ Trying to sell things....

If you have something to sell make a sales thread, put it in signature or.....
Look for people posting needing one....
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PS, don't hate because you have a SOHC. You mad bro?

A) look at pic 5........ Notice who I got it from..... That's his engine there on the stand
B) look at his signature..... DEEB'S build..... Which takes the best of the DOHC.... From every generation & mates it for the best DOHC that you can get.......

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I'm not going to sit here and argue with this. You have your opinion and I have mine. Thanks. Let's get back to talking Saturns. taatman out.

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Didn't all SOHCs have aluminimum valve covers anyway? either way, it's a wash..

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i'm still worried about mucking this up. i might go to the junkyard and take off an aluminum valve cover just to see exactly where and how much rtv is at the t joint. also worried about my bolts breaking or it leaking worse than it did before i change the valve cover. doing this next week during my vacation

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You might as well relax in doing this. I was afraid of it as well at first. And discovered its a mental game.

The amount of sealant on that joint will NOT be much. I would say about the the size of a pea. Not much more.

Squeeze that amount centered right over the top of the joint. Let it dry for about 5 minutes first. (if you have the Right Stuff in a cheez whizz kind of can your gonna make it even easier)

Make double sure that you have perfectly cleaned the top of the head and the entire sealing surface of the valve cover FIRST. - INCLUDING: The center sealing holes as well.

OldNuc says to use Acetone for the final cleaning as it works well and evaporates quickly.

You Will Succeed!!

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shawnv changed mine today. he told me it looked cleaner underneath than most

also changed my transmission mount(had a crack), brakes(oldnuc recommendations), fixed my leaky a/c, serpentine belt, and water pump(it was leaking)
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How big is the issue with the spark plug wires? My current plastic ones are virtually new and money is tight, so if they will work Id like to use them. But i dont want something that will compromise vehicle reliability. Opinions?

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Don't drive through deep puddles or wash the engine and they will be fine.

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