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 #51380  by SAEED_KIZZY
 Tue Mar 31, 2020 3:55 pm
car at 150000km.Last week I saw some oil leakage so I decided to change the head cover gasket. and also back to 3 years ago I hand tight 2 of head cover bolts hard and broke those bolts.
follow the instruction in the Service manual.
Parts needed:
- 11178-69G01-000 BOLT,CYL HEAD COVER
- 11189-78K00-000 Gasket,cylinder head cover

notes:
- after comparing the old gasket with the new one I must say the old one becomes stiff.
- use Mazda RTV silicone sealant instead of Sealant 99000–31260 (SUZUKI Bond No.1217G)
- remove the broken bolt by bolt screw extractor
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 #51499  by hillboy73
 Mon May 11, 2020 1:59 am
Just performed this same thing today. No more oil drip on the power steering pump. I actually had to flat file on the left side (if looking at the engine from the front) in the front where two pieces mate together; it wasnt even close to flat.
 #51501  by KuroNekko
 Mon May 11, 2020 7:01 am
hillboy73 wrote:Just performed this same thing today. No more oil drip on the power steering pump. I actually had to flat file on the left side (if looking at the engine from the front) in the front where two pieces mate together; it wasnt even close to flat.


Power steering pump?