2002 Saturn L2 ignition key cylinder removal
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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-11-2010
IGNITION KEY DIFFICULT OR UNABLE TO BE TURNED OR REMOVED – KEY-IN-IGNITION WARNING CHIME SOUNDING WITH KEY REMOVED Some 2000-2005 Focus vehicles may exhibit ignition key related issues including difficulty or an inability to turn the key, an inability to remove the key, or (2005 only) the key-in-ignition warning chime continuing to sound even when the key is removed. ACTION Based on the vehicle’s symptom, refer to the appropriate Service Procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE UNABLE TO REMOVE IGNITION KEY 1. Check if the inability to remove the key is the result of normal operation of the key removal inhibit circuit: In automatic transmission equipped vehicles, the key removal inhibit solenoid (within the ignition switch assembly) is energized when the gear selector is moved out of the park position, and prevents the ignition key from being removed. If the gear selector is in any position other than park when the key is rotated or turned off, the key removal inhibit circuit will not release the key (key cannot be removed). To remove the key, the gear selector must first be placed in the park position, then the ignition must be cycled to run and back to lock. This is normal, do not replace the ignition lock cylinder if it is operating as described. 2. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 307-05 and follow diagnostics for the “shift interlock system”. The shift interlock system includes the key removal inhibit circuit, which may be causing the concern. If the shift interlock system is operating correctly, replace the ignition lock cylinder. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 501-14, “Ignition Lock Cylinder Functional” removal and installation procedure. DIFFICULT OR UNABLE TO TURN IGNITION KEY
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 10-12-2010
SYMPTOM The key will not go into the door lock cylinder, or if it goes in, it will not turn. PROBABLE CAUSE The door lock tumblers are damaged or worn. CORRECTIVE ACTION Remove the door lock cylinder, and replace the inner cylinder, springs, and tumblers. PARTS INFORMATION Door Lock Cylinder Kit: P/N 06720-S5A-305, H/C 7604499 (Kit contains eight door inner cylinders, two tailgate inner cylinders, and associated parts.) REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Obtain the customer‘s key code from the iN (Key Code Inquiry). Refer to the Honda High Security Key Codes book that comes with the Matrix H key cutting machine. Write down the applicable cutting code for the key code number. Make sure the corrections to the code book listed in Service Bulletin 01-077, Cutting Sidewinder-Type Keys With the Matrix H Key Cutting Machine, have been made. 2. Use the chart below to write down the numbers found in the key code book. H J G F A X E D — — 3. Remove the door panel. Refer to the appropriate service manual or use ISIS keyword Door Panel. 4. Remove the plastic cover as necessary. 5. Raise the window glass fully. 6. Remove the lock cylinder. • For Civic, go to step 7. • For CR-V, go to step 8. • For Element, go to step 11. 7. Pull down on the retainer clip with a hook-shaped tool. Remove the lock cylinder and disconnect the cylinder rod. Then go to step 14.
Filed Under (Saturn) by admin on 30-06-2010
IMPORTANT: The important statement at the beginning of the “Ignition Lock Cylinder removal procedure on page 188 in the 2000/2001 Saturn S-Series Body/Electrical Volume II Service Manual is incorrect. Please cross out the important on that page and write in the following important statement. IMPORTANT: When replacing the ignition lock cylinder only, the passlock relearn procedure is not required. 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove lock cylinder bezel from steering column shroud by carefully prying with a thin bladed screwdriver. 3. Remove shroud fasteners and remove steering column upper and lower shroud panels. 4. Insert key into ignition lock cylinder and rotate to RUN position. If ignition lock cylinder can be rotated to RUN position, continue to step 30. ^ If ignition lock cylinder cannot be rotated to RUN position, continue with next step.
Filed Under (Saturn) by admin on 01-10-2010
Automatic Transaxle 2-3 Shift Flare During First Minutes of Driving After Cold Soak (Perform Bulletin Procedure) Models: 2002 Saturn S-Series Vehicles with Automatic Transaxle (RPOs MP6, MP7) Attention: General Manager, Fixed Operations Manager, Parts Manager, Technician Condition: Some customers of 2002 S-series vehicles with MP6 or MP7 automatic transaxles may comment on a 2-3 shift flare during the first few minutes of driving after vehicle cold soak. Cause: This condition may be caused by improper pressure, a leak in the 2nd clutch circuit, improper clutch plate finish on 2nd and 3rd clutches, a restriction in the 3rd clutch oil delivery path in the end cover, or improper surface finish in the piston bores of the 2-3 clutch housing. Correction: To correct this condition, duplicate by cold soaking the vehicle the amount of time at temperature described by the owner. Refer to procedure in this bulletin. Service Procedure Verify proper transaxle pressures by installing gauge and performing stepped pressure test after cold soak. Refer to “Stepped Pressure Test” procedure in the 2002 Saturn S-Series Automatic Transaxle Service Manual. ^ If pressures are low, follow the diagnostic chart for DTC P0745 for possible causes of low pressure. Refer to “P0745 – PC Solenoid Pressure Low” diagnostic in the 2002 Saturn S-Series Automatic Transaxle Service Manual. ^ If pressures are within normal ranges, proceed to Step 2. Remove the transaxle end cover. Refer to “End Cover Replacement” in the 2002 Saturn S-Series Automatic Transaxle Service Manual. Check torque on input shaft nut and end cover 3rd clutch oil passage for restrictions. ^ Input shaft nut torque should be 150 N.m (111 ft-lb). If nut is found to be loose, remove nut, clean threads and install new nut using Service Manual procedures and proceed to check 3rd oil passage. ^ Check 3rd oil passage in the end cover by pouring transaxle fluid through it and another passage. If the passage is restricted, you will notice significantly less fluid flow through it. If 3rd clutch passage is found to be restricted, install new end cover per Service Manual procedures and retest for concern. ^ If nut and 3rd clutch passage are okay, proceed to Step 4. Remove transaxle from vehicle. Refer to “Transaxle Removal” in the 2002 Saturn S-Series Automatic Transaxle Service Manual. Disassemble transaxle and install new 2-3 clutch housing, clutch pistons and clutch plates. Refer to “Transaxle Disassemble” in the 2002 Saturn S-Series Automatic Transaxle Service Manual.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 05-08-2010
1. Install cylinder head. A. Place cylinder head on cylinder block. (a) Place a new cylinder head gasket on the cylinder block. CAUTION: Be careful of the installation direction. (b) Place the cylinder head on the cylinder head gasket. B. Install cylinder head bolts. NOTE: The cylinder head bolts are tightened in 2 progressive steps (steps (b) and (d)). If any cylinder head bolt is broken or deformed, replace it. (a) Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and under the heads of the cylinder head bolts. Cylinder Head Installation Install and uniformly tighten the 10 cylinder head bolts and plate washers in several passes, in the sequence shown. Torque: 49 Nm (36 ft. lbs.) If any one of the cylinder head bolts does not meet the torque specification, replace the cylinder head bolt. (c) Mark the front of the cylinder head bolt head with paint. (d) Retighten the cylinder head bolts 90° in the numerical order shown. (e) Check that the painted mark is now at a 90° angle to the front. Install the 2 bolts holding the water bypass pipe to the cylinder head. Torque to 19 Nm (14 ft. lbs.) (g) Connect the camshaft position sensor connector. 2. Install spark plug tubes. (a) Clean the cylinder head tube holes of any residual adhesive, oil or foreign particles. Remove any oil with kerosene or gasoline. (b) Screw the threads of the spark plug tube coated with adhesive into the cylinder head.