Filed Under (General) by admin on 30-04-2011
Start By: A. Remove the valve mechanism cover. Refer to Disassembly and Assembly, “Valve Mechanism Cover – Remove and Install”. NOTICE Keep all parts clean from contaminants. Contaminants may cause rapid wear and shortened component life. NOTICE Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, “Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide” for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates. Removal Of The Injector 1. Remove oil drain plugs (1) at each end of the cylinder head. 2. Allow the engine oil to drain from the ports in the cylinder head before the injector is removed. 3. Disconnect harness connector (2) . Note: Some of these engines were built without the deflector. During the installation of the unit injectors, the deflectors (Y) should be installed. 4. Remove bolt (3) . 5. Remove bolt (4) . 6. Place Tooling (A) under clamp (5) on the flywheel side of the injector. 7. Tooling (A) should be placed at this location in order to gently remove the injector. Use Tooling (A) to remove the injector. 8. Do not pry at location (Z) . 9. Remove the O-Ring seals (6) from the injector. 10. Repeat Step 3 through Step 9 for the remainder of the injectors. Cleanliness is very important in the area around the sleeve and the sleeve bore when you are reinstalling the injector. This injector has a metal seal (7) between the bottom of the injector’s case and a seat in the cylinder head. Clean the carbon from the seat area that is inside of the cylinder head. Also clean the carbon from the end of the injector if the injector should be reinstalled. The fine grade of the Scotch Brite material is preferred. Scotch Brite is available from the Tools And Shop Products Guide as the abrasive material and as the surface reconditioning pad. If the sleeve of the injector has been removed from the engine, use a reamer to remove carbon deposits from the angled surface. Note: Do not use the reamer in order to remove metal from the sleeve. Use the reamer in order to remove carbon only.
Filed Under (General) by admin on 08-04-2011
1. Remove the timing belt. For additional information, refer to Section 303-01A Engine / 303-01B Engine. 2. Detach the air conditioning (A/C) compressor and secure it to one side. 3. Remove the A/C compressor retaining bracket. 4. Remove the components in the order indicated in the following illustration(s) and table(s). Item Part Number 1 – Generator electrical connector retaining nut 2 – Battery positive cable 3 – Generator electrical connector 4 Special tool (303 193) 21-104 See Removal Detail See Installation Detail Generator retaining bolts Generator Generator bracket retaining nut Generator bracket retaining bolts Generator retaining bracket Description 10 – Fuel injection pump support bracket retaining bolts 11 – High-pressure fuel injection pipe to fuel injector unions See Removal Detail See Installation Detail 12 – High-pressure fuel injection pipe to fuel injection pump unions 13 – High-pressure fuel injection pipes See Removal Detail See Installation Detail 14 – High-pressure fuel injection pipe to fuel injector unions See Installation Detail 15 – High-pressure fuel injection pipe to fuel injection pump unions 16 – High-pressure fuel injection pipes See Removal Detail See Installation Detail 17 – Fuel injection pump supply line See Removal Detail 18 – Fuel injection pump return line See Removal Detail See Installation Detail 19 – Fuel injection pump electrical connector 20 – Fuel injection pump support bracket retaining bolts 21 – Fuel injection pump support bracket
Filed Under (General) by admin on 20-12-2010
Sample Vehicles 1996 Grand Cherokee Three 4-wheel drive Jeep models (Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee) were produced with mercury acceleration sensors from 1990 to 2001 model years. The sensor contains two – 1 gram mercury switch capsules embedded in a solid plastic component. The entire component weighs 3 ounces (85 grams). Removal Procedure 1. Remove rear seat. 2. Locate sensor on center drive tunnel. Cut carpet and roll back to access sensor. 3. Release clips to disconnect wiring harness. Remove two bolts to release the sensor. Estimated Average Removal Time: 30 Minutes (assuming need to remove rear seat); 7 minutes (rear seat already removed) Note: A variety of factors could complicate the removal process. Vehicles which have been involved in accidents which prevent easy access to interiors would require additional time. However, for vehicles with rear seats already removed removal times would be similar to those for Ford products.
Filed Under (General) by admin on 09-11-2010
Checking Transmission Fluid Level and Condition Checking fluid level and condition (color and odor) at regular intervals will provide early diagnosis information about the transmission. This information may be used to correct a condition that, if not detected early, could result in major transmission repairs. IMPORTANT: When new, automatic transmission fluid is red in color. As the vehicle is driven, the transmission fluid will begin to look darker in color. The color may eventually appear light brown. A dark brown color with burnt odor may indicate excessive fluid deterioration and signal a need for fluid change. Fluid Level When adding or changing fluid, use only DEXRON ®-lll. Refer to Maintenance and Lubrication in General Information section for maintenance information and servicing interval. CAUTION: DO NOT OVERFILL. Overfilling will cause foaming, loss of fluid, abnor- mal shifting and possible damage to the transmis- sion. 1. Park the vehicle on level ground and apply the parking brake firmly. 2. Check fluid level with engine running at idle. NOTE: Be sure that transmission fluid temperature is below 30°C (86°F). 3. Move the selector lever through all gear ranges. 4. Move the selector lever to “Park”. 5. Let engine idle for 3 minutes and open the overfill screw (1). 6. Add released transmission fluid until it flows out over the overfill screw opening. 7. Let engine idle until a fluid temperature between 32° C (90°F) and 57°C (135°F) is reached, then close the overfill screw (1). Torque: 38 N*m (28 Ib ft) NOTE: Check transmission fluid temperature with scan tool. Minimum fluid level – 57°C (135°F) Maximum fluid level – 32°C (90°F)
Filed Under (General) by admin on 17-08-2010
Rolls-Royce B Bentley motor cars Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Rolls-Royce Corniche Rolls-Royce Corniche l 1 Bentley Eight Bentley Mulsanne Bentley Mulsanne S Bentley Turbo R Bentley Continental Cars built fromvehicle identification number (V1N) *SCBZSOT03HCX2000 1 to *SCBZDOOA2KCH29290* inclusive Contents ChapterA General information Chapter B Special processes mpterc Air cariditioning system Chapter D Lubricants ChZipterE Engine Chapter F Propeller shaft Chapter G Hydraulicsystems apterH Sub-frames and Suspension ChapterJ Final drive Chapter K Fuel system and Emission control systems referto TSD 4737 Engine MsnsgernentSystems Chapter L Engine cuoling system Chapter M Electrical system referto TSD 4701 Electrical Manual Chapter N Steering system ChapterP Torque tightening figures ChaptmQ Exhaust systems Wheels and Tyres chapters Body Chapter T Transmission