I am just putting a 1999 2.0 SPI back together after some thorough overhaul work (see my other thread). The overhaul involved a rebuilt cylinder head. We needed to swap the cam sprocket between the old and new head for that. At one point, I had to stop working on the car for about a month. We continued putting it back together; we are now about finished and then I thought about the cam sprocket and wasn't sure if we had torqued it a month before. I checked and it appears that we did NOT torque it. It's now on the car and I'm wondering how we're going to hold the sprocket in order to get the bolt to the appropriate torque. The A/C line is in the way so that we cannot get an impact/air wrench in there. It appears the A/C line is the only thing keeping us from getting an air wrench in there to do it. Does anyone have any ideas on how we might get this torqued? Thanks!