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removing timing gear cover

I have a leak at timing gear cover gasket. I want to remove it to replace the gasket. The service manual (thanks to aa3jy) said to remove injector pump first, from what I understand, it is not necessary to remove injector pump. Anyone any suggest or comment?
I have a Yanmar 2GM20F engine.
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Re: removing timing gear cover

I've removed the timing gear cover without removing the fuel pump, just slacken of the 4 nuts to lift it alittle off the cams. Found the leaking portion of the gasket. oops unable to upload photos.
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Re: removing timing gear cover

Any suggestion how i should clear the rust from my crankshaft pulley? Its off the engine already.
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