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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 22-03-2011
1 – Lower A panel trim Removing and installing Removing and installing (Convertible) 68 2 – Release lever General body repairs, interior – Repair Group 70 General body repairs, interior – Repair Group Removing: Pull release lever approx. 2 cm. Insert a small screwdriver in gap between release lever and clip –. Release release lever again and unclip clip from release lever (clip drops behind the trim). Installing: Engage clip — completely in the release lever. Then press the release lever into the mounting in the bearing bracket. Check function before closing hood. 3 – Clip
Filed Under (Saturn) by admin on 16-09-2010
1. Remove transaxle as outlined under “Transaxle, Replace.” Refer to Transaxle Replace. 2. Remove release fork and bearing from transaxle by unsnapping fork from ball stud. 3. Slide release bearing from release fork, then check release bearing for excessive play or minimal drag, replace as required. Do not wash bearing in solvent. 4. Using a feeler gauge, measure between pressure plate and flywheel; 0.205-0.287 inch should be indicated. If not, replace clutch disc. 5. Remove pressure plate to flywheel attaching bolts in progressive crisscross pattern. 6. Remove pressure plate and clutch disc. 7. Inspect pressure plate for excessive wear, chatter marks, cracks or overheating; replace as required. Random black spotting on friction surface is normal. 8. Using a straightedge and feeler gauge, measure pressure plate warpage. Maximum warpage is 0.006 inch. 9. Inspect clutch disc for oil, burnt spots, loose damper springs, hub and rivets; replace as required. 10. Measure flywheel thickness. Minimum thickness is 1.102 inch; replace as required. 11. Using a dial indicator, measure flywheel runout. Push crankshaft forward to take up thrust bearing clearance. Maximum runout is 0.006 inch; replace as required. 12. Remove flywheel to crankshaft attaching bolts, then flywheel. INSTALLATION 1. Install flywheel to crankshaft attaching bolts, then torque in order, to 59 ft. lbs. 2. Install clutch disc and pressure plate, with pressure plate yellow dot aligned with flywheel mark, then start pressure plate to flywheel bolts. 3. Install clutch disc alignment tool No. SA9145T or equivalent, until bottoms out in crankshaft. 4. Torque bolts in crisscross pattern to 18 ft. lbs. 5. Remove clutch alignment tool, then install fork clip. 6. Lube fork pivot using high temperature grease part No. 21005995 or equivalent, then install release bearing to fork. Do not lube release bearing or quill. 7. Install release fork and bearing to ball stud.
Filed Under (skoda) by admin on 05-06-2011
Clutch drag can sometimes be the result of a distorted release arm, which flattens in use from it’s original shape. This causes the rear of the release bearing to foul on the release arm under full stroke of the pedal, restricting the travel of the release mechanism. Visual evidence of this complaint can normally be seen by contact marks on the top rear edge of the bearing, and the top edge of the aperture in the release arm, where the two components have fouled each other in use. In extreme cases, the free play in the release mechanism will be excessive, and there will be insufficient adjustment left on the slave cylinder pushrod to set to the correct dimension. Where this complaint has occurred, the release arm should be replaced to return the release arm to the original dimensions. Pushrod Location Foul Contact Point
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-03-2011
CAUTION: The cowl grille panels are secured to the cowl with molded hooks. Prying or pulling straight up on the cowl grille panels will break the hooks. If the hooks are damaged or broken, a new cowl grille panel must be installed. 1. Remove the parts in the order indicated in the following illustration and table. 2. To install, reverse the removal procedure. Item 2: Pin-Type Fastener Removal Note 1. Open the hood. Item 3: Left Cowl Grille Panel Removal Note 1. CAUTION: To avoid breaking the retaining hooks on the cowl grill panel, do not pull up on the rear of the cowl grille panel. Release the front edge of the left cowl grille panel. Starting at the center of the vehicle, depress the forward tab and press upward on the front edge of the cowl grille panel to release it from the cowl. 2. Continuing out from the center of the vehicle, depress the remaining forward tabs, and release rest of the front edge of the cowl grille panel from the cowl. 3. Release the four retaining hooks. Starting at the left fender, press down to release the outer retaining hook, then lightly pull up on the front edge of the cowl grille panel. 4. Continuing in toward the center of the vehicle, release the remaining hooks. Item 7: Right Cowl Grille Panel Removal Note NOTE: Remove the left cowl grille panel before attempting to remove the right cowl grille panel. 1. CAUTION: To avoid breaking the retaining hooks on the cowl grille panel, do not pull up on the rear of the cowl grille panel. Release the front edge of the right cowl grille panel. Starting at the center of the vehicle, depress the forward tab and press upward on the front edge of the cowl grille panel to release it from the cowl. 2. Continuing out from the center of the vehicle, depress the remaining forward tabs, and release rest of the front edge of the cowl grille panel from the cowl. 3. Release the four retaining hooks. Starting at the right fender, press down to release the outer retaining hook, then lightly pull up on the front edge of the cowl grille panel. 4. Continuing in toward the center of the vehicle, release the remaining hooks.
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.