This pdf contains the installation of timing belt for HYUNDAI’ ’2.0L 4-Cylinder – Sonata
1. Remove all drive belts. Remove crankshaft pulley and water pump pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers, noting bolt lengths and locations.
2. Turn crankshaft clockwise and align timing marks so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC. Timing marks on camshaft sprockets should be aligned at upper surface of cylinder head. See Fig. 1 . Camshaft sprocket dowel pins should face upward.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). If reusing timing belt, mark direction of belt rotation before removing.
Removal CAUTION: DO NOT rotate engine counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). If reusing timing belt, place reference mark on timing belt to indicate direction of rotation before removing. 1. Remove drive belts and drive pulleys from crankshaft and water pump. Remove timing belt covers. To align timing marks, rotate engine clockwise so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks align with upper surface of rocker cover. Dowel pin of camshaft sprocket should be pointing upward. See Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 . 2. Remove timing belt auto tensioner. If reusing timing belt, place mark on timing belt to indicate direction of belt rotation. Remove timing belt. Remove camshaft sprockets. 3. Remove plug at left side of block and insert a screwdriver to hold left counterbalance shaft in position. Screwdriver will have to be inserted at least 2.36″ (60 mm). Remove oil pump sprocket nut and sprocket. See Fig. 2 . 4. Loosen right counterbalance shaft sprocket mounting bolt. Remove tensioner “B” and timing belt “B”. See Fig. 2 . Remove crankshaft sprocket “B” from crankshaft.
Vehicle Application: 2004 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L, Eng Cfg L4, 2003 Hyundai Santa FE 2.4L, Eng Cfg L4 USA 2004 Hyundai Santa FE 2.4L, Eng Cfg L4 2004 Kia Optima 2.4L, Vin 6, Eng Cfg L4 Customer Concern: There is no spark. Tests/Procedures: 1. At the crank position sensor, check for battery voltage to be present on the Red wire with the key on and cranking. The Black wire should be a good ground and the Blue wire should have 5 volts on it from the computer. One may have to disconnect the crank sensor to check for the 5 volt reference. 2. During crank look for a good 5 volt square wave signal on the Blue wire. 3. Check at the ignition coils for good battery voltage key on and cranking. If there is a loss of voltage during crank check the ignition failsafe relay. 4. Check for any stored engine codes.
2005 Ford Truck F 150 2WD Pickup V8-5.4L SOHC VIN 5 Vehicle Level – Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Engine Technical Service Bulletins – All Technical Service – Bulletins – Ignition System, Spark Plug Removal Instructions.
Some 2004-2008 F-150, 2006-2008 Mark LT, 2005-2008 F-Super Duty, Expedition, and Navigator, with 5.4L 3-V engine; 2005-2008 Mustang, 2006-2008 Explorer, Mountaineer, and 2007-2008 Explorer Sport Trac with 4.6L 3-V engine; 2005-2008 F-Super Duty, 2006-2008 and F-Stripped Chassis, with 6.8L 3-V engine may experience difficulty with spark plug removal. This may cause damage to the spark plug and leave part of the spark plug in the cylinder head. Affected engine build dates are as follows: 5.4L 3-V and 6.8L 3-V before 10/9/07, 4.6L 3-V before 11/30/07.
General Motors has decided that a defect, which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists in certain 1997-2003 model year Buick Regal and Pontiac Grand Prix, 1998-1999 model year Chevrolet Lumina and Oldsmobile Intrigue, 1998-2003 model year Chevrolet Monte Carlo, and 2000-2003 model year Chevrolet Impala model vehicles, equipped with a 3.8L V6 naturally Read more
1. Rocker cover – right hand 2. Engine oil filler cap 3. Oil filler dust cap seal 4. ’O’ ring – oil filler cap 5. Bolt – rocker cover (4 off; 2 x short, 2 x long) 6. Rocker cover – left hand 7. Gasket – rocker cover 8. Cylinder head – left hand 9. Valve spring cap (16 off) 10. Valve stem oil seals (16 off) 11. Collets (16 pairs) 12. Valve spring (16 off) 13. Valve seat insert (16 off) 14. Exhaust valve (8 off) 15. Inlet valve (8 off) 16. Seal – inlet Read more
Crankshaft Holding Tool
Application : 2002–2003 3.2L VIN N used in Cadillac CTS
1997–2001 3.0L VIN R used in Cadillac Catera
2001–2007 3.0L VIN R used in Saturn L300 & LW300
1996–2003 3.0L used in Saab 9.5
1. Use No. 536613 crankshaft socket to rotate the crankshaft to TDC #1 on the compression stroke. Rotate the crankshaft counterclockwise (CCW) until the timing mark on the crankshaft is at the 6:00 position.
The Audi A5, successfully launched on the market in mid-June, is now available in two new engine versions: as a 2.7 TDI and as a 3.2 FSI, each combined with continuously variable multitronic transmission. Audi is thus continuing to extend its range in the high-quality coupé segment.
New engines for the Audi A5 are a choice of two high-revving and efficient six-cylinder engines with continuously variable multitronic for comfort-oriented drivers.
Designed for race applications using 1961-1978 Chrysler B 361, 383 and 400 c.i.d. and RB 413, 426 wedge and 440 c.i.d. engines; Victor cylinder heads are ideally suited for larger displacement and high RPM applications and feature 75cc Dual-Quench design combustion chambers to facilitate high compression ratios. All Victor Chrysler heads have 100cc exhaust ports; #77919 & #77929 have 280cc intake ports while #77939 & #77949 have larger Max Wedge style 290cc intake ports. The intake ports are raised .650” and the exhaust ports are raised .250” to improve flow. The intake port is also extended .950” to eliminate the need for intake manifold spacers. The exhaust flange has been extended out .300” in order to provide dry exhaust bolt/stud holes. Exhaust bolt holes feature helicoil thread inserts for added strength and durability. Valve cover rails have also been raised to provide increased rocker arm clearance. Spark plugs have been re-oriented to a 15- degree angle to improve combustion efficiency.
Designed for non-emissions 1967-91 Chrysler 318-340-360 c.i.d. engines, these heads feature a 65cc combustion chamber along with a 171cc intake port and an 77cc exhaust port volume. Other outstanding features include phosphor-bronze valve guides, interlocking, ductile iron valve seats and premium one-piece, stainless steel, high-flow 2.02″ and 1.60″ intake and exhaust valves. Heat treated, machined steel retainers and valve locks along with heavy duty valve springs work with cams having valve lifts up to .575″.These powerful heads use the stock location for intake and exhaust bolt holes and flanges, rocker shafts, spark plugs and valve cover rails, for compatibility with original equipment and aftermarket parts. These heads are assembled with the following components:Stainless steel, one-piece, swirl-polished intake and exhaust valves with under-cut stems for increased flow;2-ring positive oil control seals; Edelbrock Sure-Seat Valve Springs #5767, retainers #9736, and valve keepers #9611. Complete cylinder heads are assembled and prepared for installation right out of the box. Bare cylinder heads will have valve guides and seats installed, but will require final sizing and a valve job to match the valves you will be using.