Originally posted by FACTION95Si
I can get the piston free by prying the flywheel with a screw driver. It does this every time though. Is there something that I can do to my engine so this wont happen anymore?
Hey do you know that the sleeve is machined slightly tapered? Correct me if I'm wrong but I read this somewhere. That's why for new engines, the piston gets "stuck" at the TDE(Top Dead End) at times. So that's why you shouldn't just pry the thing... Heating the engine should solve the problem...
If your engine is new, probably you've not run it in enough...
Well as for heating it up in the toliet under the dryer... Think in time to come, there'll be "No Cars Allowed" at the doors!