If you do take yours apart, make a diagram since there are several different size bolts that hold the pump on. . Head gasket surface flatness 0. Everything from oil pressure to torque specs, valve stem diameter, chamber volume, etc. The pistons will be working all the time because they are attached to the crank shaft.
The 231 is the size of the 3. If you are changing the belt, make sure you have a diagram to reinstall the belt. Do not get to close as if the belt is installed incorrectly it can jump out and bite you tata G. Either push or pull the braker bar and the tensioner will either tighten the serpentine belt or loosen it. Be extra carefull when starting the car. You may have to put the belt back on the tensioner and reposition the socket and breaker bar to get the travel you need to remove the belt.
All that needs to be done is removing the fuel line to the injector. It will travel beyond its normal traveling area. You can rent the puller at most Auto Parts stores. You have to take the pulley off the power steering pump too. Camshaft bearing bore inside diameter — exhaust 39.
However, I lost the diagram. They could, however, be missing, which can be caused by lack of fuel. To reinstall reverse the procedure and slip the belt over the pullys and check to make sure that all the belt grooves are in all the pully grooves. Have someone start the car with instructions to shut the car off immediatly if the belt is not installed correctly. This is the same 3.
The idler pully can now be removed using the other wrench. I picked up one of those Chilton Auto Repair Manuals and it helps. Then, crank the engine and … see if fuel squirts out. Next find a socket that will fit the tensioner The tensioner is the only pully on an arm At the tensioner there is a nut that the socket will fit don't worry you cannot remove the nut as it is built into the tensioner attach socket and braker bar to the tensioner. This makes it impossible for them to not work.
I made a diagram of the bolts and what location they go back into the pump. First, check the size of the wrench you will need to remove the idler pully either a nut on the back of the pully or an Allen wrench from the front. I had to take off a lot of the other water hoses so that I could replace the thermostat at the sa … me time. That'd be a good place to start. Its a lot of info, should I post it in here? Answer this is in response to the first answer. Tools: Eye protection, wrench, Allen wrench or both to loosen the idler pully, a socket and long handled braker bar to loosen the tensioner. I was looking through some Ford service info I have on a disc, and came across a lot of general information and specifications for 3.
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