Recycle parts, packaging and fluids when possible. It is very tight fit even after loosing all the 4 bolts, luckily it has two built-in puller holes, use two of the four bolts you just took off, clockwise tighten the two bolts in the holes, the water pump will be pulled out smoothly. Disconnect all the wire connectors in the way, each of the connectors has its own polarity, it won't fit the other connector if you connect to a wrong one. It also has the fuel pressure regulator built in to it, so don't damage the vacuum line that connects there. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. Procedures involving disassembly of critical engine or suspension components should not be attempted by inexperienced persons without a proper manual or other documentation, to avoid mistakes that could damage the vehicle or impair it's safety. Install camshaft locking jig 11 3 240 at rear of camshafts.
This entry was posted on June 30, 2017 at 5:29 pm and is filed under. Once you have confirmed the camshafts are timed correctly, remove the special tool from the front of the cylinder head 11 6 150. It should be just above the right side drive axle… Since you are asking this question I assume you have the manual transmission. It would be something like 30 pounds torque then another 90 deg turn to stretch. The sizes of the nuts and bolts we give may be different from what you have, so be prepared with different size sockets and wrenches. I suggest you buy a repair manual relevant to the car in question.
I know I'll need new head bolts for the final installation but, is it ok to put the head back on with the old gasket and try re-torqueing with the original bolts just to check that the threads in the block aren't stripped? The head gasket is designed to fill any irregularities that the machining left behind. Disconnect the negative - terminal on the battery, and cover the terminal in the trunk with something plastic or rubber that will stop it making a connection to the body, and setting off the airbags. There are two ways to do this; you can remove the camshafts first or leave the camshafts installed. If so, what shall I do to resolve this problem? Timing chain cover bolt: 79 ft lbs. In the very back left middle of firewall look up to your left with a flashlight. Will the oversize head gasket.
You may want to consider replacing both left and… as you open the hood or bonnet, there will be a square oil cap located on the front left of the top of the engine passenger side nearest the fan or radiator, it will have a picture of an oil spout on it. By providing a uniform measure of force required to turn the bolts to proper tightening, manufacturers are able to ensure mechanics provide sufficient tension on the bolts without damaging the cylinder head, bolt holes or gasket. Where can I buy them? Do not work on your vehicle if you feel the task is beyond your ability. I finished my job with 15 rivets left in between, of course it won't work. The camshaft locking tool should be flush or almost flush with intake side of cylinder head sealing surface. A head gasket is designed to give, or squeeze, slightly to ensure the seal between the head and engine is sufficient. Get me the bolt part number and I will give you the torque and stretch details.
My original bolts for the M44 head were stretch and I swapped to shaved M3 bolts that are non stretch and can be used multiple times. Reinstall the studs at rear of cylinder head and reassemble valve cover and other items removed. The steps are the same as if it was installed. When tightening the cylinder head bolts, the threads strip out of the block and the bolt cannot be tightened to the correct torque specification. For the head to be machined the cams have to be removed.
S201 On-board computer harness, beneath center of instrument cluster S202 On-board computer harness, beneath center of instrument panel, beneath heating and ventilation controls. Second: It's very possible to remove the head from the car with both exhaust headers still attached to it and I just can't recommend this option enough. I'm baffled any assistance would be helpful May 12, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Step 55 shows the camshaft chain alignment, if you followed this step with the engine locked down it should stay in time. No single torque spec is available for all engine types. The cylinder head gasket seals the seam between the top component of the engine, the cylinder head, and the bottom end, cylinder block or crankcase.
If it a machined surface, the gasket will suffice. Install new cylinder head bolts into the cylinder head. Its about 3 in wide and 8 in long One 8 torks… You have to take out the back seats, head rest and luggage shelf, and pillar sides. See our tech article on engine cooling fan replacing. In addition, the metal parts expand and contract due to thermal changes, and they do so at different rates because they are made of different metals. Torque is typically measured in foot-pounds for vehicles available in the United States. What are the odds of the threads getting damaged when the engine hasn't been overheated, and simply has a failed head gasket? Camshaft sprocket bolt: 11 ft lbs.
Tighten the bolts according to this order at 22 ft lbs first, then 90 degrees, and second time 90 degrees. Figure 48 Next, install crankshaft locking pin tool 11 2 300 into the hole dust plug was removed from. Inside diameter Nominal diameter 22. M12: 78- 86 Nm 58 -63 ft. Then oil the both camshafts before you close the cover.