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During my t-belt change I found I had a bad cam seal. Well, it dripped on the cam sprocket and contaminated the other sprockets with a light film of oil. I'll replace the seal, but what's the best way to clean the sprockets? I was thinking about Brakecleen (covering the seals).

A word to the wise, check your cam seals at your 60K. I only noticed it after I got into the job. I couldn't see it by removing the cover for inspection.


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any reason you can think why the manual says not to clean, but replace them?
 
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