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  1. The Porsche tool for holding the cams (Tool 9624) holds both at the same time:
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  2. Welcome to RennTech The problem happened because I don't see any mention of locking the cams, a critical step, to keep them from turning while releasing the hydraulic chain tensioners when doing the IMS, which will cause this exact problem. If the cams are not held in a locked position, valve spring pressure will cause them to try and rotate, and with the chain tensioners release, it usually caused the engine to jump time and pull the IMS shaft to one side. Once this happens, you are not going to get it back to center without a lot of effort. Most likely, you are in
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  3. With the throttle cable disconnected squeeze together the top and bottom of the rectangular black bushing and push it towards the front of the car.
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  4. Thanks Geoff, I've got 105k on my '06 CTTS and I'm thinking I might as well just keep it for the long run. I know some things will pop up over the next few years and I've heard of a few with stretched chains, and the Turbos have the same chains as the V6's with over twice the Torque.
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