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Hi
Is there anyone who has knowledge of doing this job with images or video

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Elqo.
 

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It's very straight forward. Step by step directions are in RAVE. Unless your front cover is cracked or damaged you can purchase the oil pump gears separately and install them in your current cover. Be sure to order a new front seal while you are at it.
 

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Dead easy, remove viscous fan, remove belt, unplug cam sensor, undo crank pulley bolt, remove crank pulley ( make sure woodruff key stays there ) hose from water pump, various bolts holding the cover, and it’s off, a extremely easy job on these engines, might be a few other bolts and brackets, can’t say as you don’t say if gems or Thor, it’s pretty self explanatory once you start.
 

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One advise: get the tool (or fabricate yourself) to hold the pulley in place when you undo that 200 Nm bolt...
 

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may I add, if your engine is a bosh you need to remove the oil pan in order to disconnect the oil pick up tube.
 

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Same with GEMS as pointed out in RAVE. In fact it is the first thing you do after draining the cooling system.
 
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