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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 25-12-2010
BACKGROUND The current routing of the engine drive belt creates extra force on the drive belt auto-tensioner. In rare cases, this extra force could break the auto-tensioner pivot bolt, causing an engine noise or a loss of power steering. CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the auto-tensioner pivot bolt, and reroute the drive belt. On vehicles with A/C, install a new drive belt. REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. From above the engine, set a long-handled, boxed- end wrench on the drive belt auto-tensioner. Slowly turn the wrench counterclockwise, then remove the drive belt. NOTE: On vehicles without A/C, the drive belt will be reused. 2. Insert a pulley holder (see REQUIRED SPECIAL TOOLS) into one of the holes in the water pump pulley at the 12 o’clock position. The tool holds the pulley so you can loosen or tighten the pulley bolts. WATER PUMP PULLEY 3. Remove the water pump pulley (three bolts). 4. Remove the pivot bolt from the drive belt auto- tensioner. NOTE: In rare cases, the pivot bolt may be broken. If this has happened, remove the auto-tensioner, then remove the shank of the pivot bolt with Vise Grips or by drilling it out. Do not try to repair the engine block using a TIME-SERT. If you can’t remove the shank of the pivot bolt, you would need DPSM approval to install an engine short block assembly.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 25-05-2010
Installation (2001-02 Montero) 1. Place auto-tensioner in soft-jawed vise to SLOWLY compress the push rod. If there is a plug at the base of the auto-tensioner body, place flat washer around plug so it will not contact vise jaw. CAUTION: Never compress the auto-tensioner too fast, or the push rod will be damaged. 2. Slowly compress auto-tensioner push rod until holes in push rod and auto-tensioner housing are aligned. Insert a locking pin into the alignment holes. Install auto-tensioner on engine. WARNING: Right bank camshaft can easily turn from applied spring pressure. Be careful not to pinch fingers when installing timing belt. 3. Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 11 . Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket, idler pulley, left bank camshaft sprocket, water pump pulley, right bank camshaft sprocket, and tensioner
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 12-10-2010
NOTE: Do not replace the timing belt if it has oil on it from the auto tensioner. Residual oil from the tensioner does not affect timing belt performance. 1. Follow steps 1 thru 12 of Timing Belt Removal in the engine mechanical section of the appropriate shop manual. 2. Secure the timing belt to both cam pulleys using plastic wire ties. This helps to keep the timing belt in place while you replace the auto-tensioner. WIRE TIES 3. Remove the timing belt auto-tensioner. 4. Install the new auto-tensioner. Refer to the engine mechanical section of the appropriate shop manual. 5. Remove the pin from the auto-tensioner, and remove the wire ties from the cam pulleys. 6. Replace the dipstick tube O-ring. 7. Install the remaining parts in the reverse order of removal. Tighten all nuts and bolts to the specifications shown in the appropriate shop manual. NOTE: Overtightening the power steering belt would cause the power steering pulley to fail, so make sure you set the belt tension to the used belt specification. Refer to the steering section of the appropriate shop manual. 8. Center-punch a completion mark above the fourth character of the engine compartment VIN.
Filed Under (Pontiac) by admin on 03-09-2010
Legend (1) Auto Level Control (ALC) Harness (2) Auto Level Control (ALC) Sensor Legend (1) Auto Level Control (ALC) Inflator Solenoid Valve (2) Inflator Air Switch (3) Body Harness (4) Rear Electric Accessory Plug Housing (5) Auto Level Control (ALC) Inflator Relay (6) Auto Level Control Harness Behind Rear Left Wheelhouse Legend (1) Pass Through P403 (2) In-line connector C407 (3) Auto Level Control Harness (4) Auto Level Control (ALC) Sensor Connector (5) Auto Level Control (ALC) Air Compressor (6) Auto Level Control (ALC) Compressor Relay (7) Auto Level Control (ALC) Connector Below Vehicle, Rear Of LR Wheelhouse
Filed Under (Cadillac) by admin on 25-01-2011
Condition/Concern: Some customers may comment that they are unable to override the automatic door locking feature. In prior model years, customers were able to select “Doors Lock Manually” from the DIC. However, starting in the 2005 model year, this selection was removed. Recommendation/Instructions: Since the 2005 model year, all BCM’s (Body Control Modules) are programmed from the factory to lock all doors when the transmission is shifted into gear or vehicle speed is greater than 8 mph (13 km/h). There is no option to disable the auto door locks from the factory, but if an owner wishes to have the auto door locks disabled the following procedure can be performed: 1. Use the following procedure to disable the auto door locks on the models listed below: 2007-2008 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV, Escalade EXT 2007-2008 Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado (new body style), Suburban, Tahoe 2007-2008 GMC Sierra (new body style), Yukon, Yukon Denali, Yukon XL, Yukon Denali XL Reprogram the BCM with updated calibrations currently available in Tis2Web. In some rare instances, the calibrations may not be available in Tis2Web and Techline Customer Support should be contacted to obtain the calibrations. When at the “Calibration Selection” screen in Tis2Web, select “locking” (should be highlighted in Red) and pick the calibration listed as “(Per Customer Request Only) Auto door locks off, option no longer in DIC”.