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That my friend is your cam chain tensioner. 

It keeps pressure on the cam chain that runs up and down the engine. 

The middle bolt comes out and a flat head screwdriver goes in to tighten or adjust.  

The other two bolts hold the tensioner housing to the head itself.  

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I know what the 3 bolt thing is, trying to figure out that shiny blue thing is..LOL

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That shiny blue thing is a very expensive pointer thiga ma jig thats used to point out various components or things ! It has a blue neon light inside for illumination of the things you point out and a ball point for easy movement while pointing to the things! 

😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

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I use my finger for pointing at things..LMAO, a lot cheaper..lol

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Thanks Frank. Oh, and BioWare  blue thing is easier when you have giant hands and sausage fingers that block half of anything i point to, but the ladies dont mind, LOL.

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