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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Miramichi, New Brunswick
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^^^The oil pump is not at risk unless the chirp is really there and/or there is play in the synchronizer. Even if the chirping is there it does take a bit before the oil pump will fail, but none the less why take the chance. You do not need to remove the synchronizer unless there is damage, which is why I recommend removing the cam sensor. If there is no damage, I'd try clearing the code and see if it comes back then go from there.
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