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Install just one mcct??

Quick question....will it do any harm if I just replace one acct with TOC manual? From what I understand, front one easy access, other one not so much. When I previously "adjusted" the front acct it always took care of horrible engine noise so hoping I can get away with just replacIng this one since the threads broke off and can no longer hold bolt. Thanks!
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I don't think there would be any problem replacing just one. The rear cylinder isn't that much hard to do, you just have to move stuff out of the way to get to it.

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no 'harm' will come from changing only 1, as long as the other is properly functioning.

and as to the rear one, not hard, just the doggone overflow bottle for the coolant gets in the way

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Put a spacer and a longer bolt to move it out

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no 'harm' will come from changing only 1, as long as the other is properly functioning.

and as to the rear one, not hard, just the doggone overflow bottle for the coolant gets in the way
But it's just one bolt....
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Thanks, I appreciate the replies. Replaced the one tensioner this morning. Will see how it goes.
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