Install the spring with the damper rubber closing face on the right side. Torque the nut to 42 ft. If the halfshaft is stuck in the hub, install the old hub nut to protect the stub shaft threads. Remove or disconnect the following: Negative battery cable Fuel hoses from the fuel rail Fuel injector electrical connectors Fuel rail with the injectors connected Components in the order illustrated Page 25 Fig. Install the inboard boot and remove the tape from the shaft.
Tap the seal into position, using a seal installer, until it is recessed into the cylinder head 0. Install special tools 49-T012-002 and 003, using the camshaft cap bolt holes. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant. Tighten special tool 49-T012-004 bolt to secure the shaft. Torque it to 174-235 ft. Cylinder head gasket positioning-6-cylinder engines Fig. Disengage clips using a fastener remover from the body.
Number 2 engine mount nut A. Install or connect the following: 2. Remove special tools 49-T012-002, 003 and 004, and torque the camshaft cap bolts to 100-125 inch lbs. Lock the hub by applying the brakes and remove the nut. Align the mark on the clock spring with the mark on the outer housing 5. If the outboard boot was removed, slide the boot onto the shaft from the inboard side.
Exploded view of the automatic transaxle assembly mounting-ProtÃ©gÃ© 5. Turn the crankshaft until the timing marks on the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets are aligned. Remove the wheel speed sensor retaining bolts and sensor. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section. Install or connect the following: Camshafts Camshaft pulleys, install the pulleys so that the I mark on the intake side or E mark on the exhaust side are facing up.
Install the inboard boot and remove the tape from the shaft. Check the tensioner spring free length; it should not exceed 2. Exploded view of the door trim-ProtÃ©gÃ© 12. If installing the left side shaft on 626 and Millenia with automatic transaxle, proceed as follows: A. Wrap the clamps around the boots in a clockwise direction, pull tight with pliers and bend the locking tabs to secure in position. Remove the clutch and pressure plate.
Location of the alternator mounting bolts and adjuster bolt D-ProtÃ©gÃ© 1. During, and following, any child restraint anchor service, due to impact event or vehicle repair, carefully inspect all mounting hardware, tether straps, and anchors for proper installation, operation, or damage. After removing the clamp, roll the boot back over the shaft. Tighten mounting bolts A, B and C. Page 3 Back to Top Fig. Torque the bolts to 69.
Maintaining a constant force on the brake pedal provides the shortest stopping distance while maintaining vehicle stability. Location of the alternator mounting bolts and adjuster bolt D-ProtÃ©gÃ© 1. New circlip on the end of the intermediate shaft, if removed, with the end gap facing upward. Using a small prytool, pry the adjustment shim upwards through the notch on the tappet. Align the mark on the clock spring with the mark on the outer housing. Cross-sectional view of the intake manifold gasket-1. Remove or disconnect the following: Negative battery cable Electrical connectors from the alternator Alternator drive belt Alternator pivot and adjusting bar bolts Alternator To install: 1.
It was manufactured with both manual and automatic transmission styles. Install the halfshaft into the vehicle. Adjust the belt deflection or tension by turning the adjusting bolt D. Failure to do so may result in occupant injury or death. Hold the crankshaft pulley boss with a suitable tool and remove the pulley lockbolt, being careful not to rotate the crankshaft.