Chevy 3.1L/191 Cam Bearing Bores Saint George UT

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City of St. George Fleet Management
(435) 634-5904, 001-2004
931 East Red Hills Parkway
St. George, UT
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Cottman Transmission Center
(435) 656-4466
1119 Highland Drive
Saint George, UT
 
AAMCO
(435) 656-4466
1119 East Highland Drive
St. George, UT
Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 12:30pm

Intermountain Transmission Exchange
(801) 487-6112
1494 South West Temple
Saint George, UT
 
Chicks Transmissions
(801) 467-4710
3443 South West Temple
Saint George, UT
 
Pearson Tire
(435) 628-0431
204 N Bluff St
Saint George, UT
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Tanner Transmissions
(801) 466-3169
3377 South 300 West
Saint George, UT
 
Wal-Mart Supercenter
(435) 674-9702
2610 Pioneer Rd
Saint George, UT
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Tip Top Transmissions - Salt Lake City
(801) 484-1688
208 Paramount Avenue
Saint George, UT
 
Russ''s Old Fashioned Service Center
(435) 673-2382
297 W Saint George Blvd
Saint George, UT
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

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Chevy 3.1L/191 Cam Bearing Bores

Some of the later roller cam 3.1L blocks for the ’93-’94 Chevy VIN M are showing up with oversize cam bearing bores that appear to have been caused by spun cam bearings. If a new cam bearing is installed in a bore that has been damaged, it will spin in the block, cut off the oil to the cam, and cause an immediate failure.

Some of the later roller cam 3.1L blocks for the ’93-’94 Chevy VIN M are showing up with oversize cam bearing bores that appear to have been caused by spun cam bearings. If a new cam bearing is installed in a bore that has been damaged, it will spin in the block, cut off the oil to the cam, and cause an immediate failure.

Inspect the cam bores in all of the late 3.1L castings (10137093/ 10191737/ 24504089/ 24504150/ 10224227) very carefully, paying special attention to the #2 bore that seems to be the most prone to failure. If the cam bore is oversize, there are only two choices: 1) You can either knurl the O.D. of the cam bearing to get enough press fit, or 2) you can junk the block....

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