Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-04-2011
Starter Motor Removal WARNING: WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THE STARTING SYSTEM BE AWARE THAT HEAVY GAUGE LEADS ARE CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY. MAKE SURE PROTECTIVE CAPS ARE IN PLACE WHEN MAINTENANCE IS COMPLETE. WARNING: THE ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIR SUSPENSION SYSTEM MUST BE SHUT OFF PRIOR TO HOISTING, JACKING OR TOWING AN AIR SUSPENSION VEHICLE. THIS CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED BY TURNING OFF THE AIR SUSPENSION SWITCH LOCATED IN THE RH KICK PANEL AREA. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN UNEXPECTED INFLATION OR DEFLATION OF THE AIR SPRINGS WHICH MAY RESULT IN SHIFTING OF THE VEHICLE DURING THESE OPERATIONS. 1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. 2. Raise and support the vehicle; refer to Section 100-02 . 3. Remove the starter motor solenoid terminal cover (11N087). 4. NOTE: The 4.6L engine is shown; the 5.4L engine is similar. Disconnect the starter motor electrical connections. 1. Remove the nuts. 2. Remove the battery cable. 3. Remove the starter solenoid wire. 5. NOTE: The 4.6L engine is shown; the 5.4L engine is similar. Remove the (A) starter motor ground cable nut and the (B) starter motor ground cable. 6. Remove the starter. 1. Remove the two bolts. 2. Remove the starter. Installation WARNING: WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THE STARTING SYSTEM BE AWARE THAT HEAVY GAUGE LEADS ARE CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY. MAKE SURE PROTECTIVE CAPS ARE IN PLACE WHEN MAINTENANCE IS COMPLETE. 1. Install the starter motor. 1. Position the starter motor. 2. Install the two bolts. 2. NOTE: The 4.6L engine is shown; the 5.4L engine is similar. Connect the (A) starter motor ground cable and install the (B) starter motor ground cable nut. 3. NOTE: The 4.6L engine is shown; the 5.4L engine is similar. Connect the starter motor electrical connections. 1. Position the starter solenoid wire. 2. Position the battery cable. 3. Install the two nuts. 4. Install the starter motor solenoid terminal cover. 5. NOTE: If equipped with air suspension, reactivate the system by turning on the air suspension switch. Lower the vehicle. 6. NOTE: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 mi) or more to relearn the strategy. Connect the battery ground cable.
Filed Under (Jaguar) by admin on 15-08-2010
Removal 1. Open the engine compartment and fit paintwork protection sheets. 2. Disconnect the battery ground cable. Remove the battery cover. 3. Place the vehicle on a ramp. 4. Working from below the vehicle, remove the power steering rack for access. 5. Disconnect the starter motor main terminal. Reposition the rubber boot from the main terminal. Remove the nut from the starter motor main terminal. Disconnect the main cable from the terminal. 6. Disconnect the starter motor solenoid terminal. Reposition the rubber boot from the terminal. Remove the nut from the solenoid terminal. Disconnect the cable from the terminal. 7. Remove the starter motor securing bolts. Remove the upper securing bolt. Preferably, use a short 13 mm spanner or a Snap On Half Moon spanner CMX1113 to initially loosen the bolt. (Refer to the next step). Remove the lower securing bolt. Carefully remove the starter motor. 8. The upper bolt may be removed (after loosening) using a 3/8′ square drive 13 mm socket, extensions and U.J as shown. Installation 1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Tighten the starter motor securing bolts to 35-48 Nm. 2. Refit the steering rack as detailed in Operation 57.10.01. Refill the reservoir with the recommended fluid and bleed the steering system. 3. Lower the ramp. Remove the protection sheets and close the engine compartment cover. 4. Connect the battery and fit the battery cover. Reset the radio information and the clock.
Filed Under (KIA) by admin on 17-08-2010
Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove the upper two bolts from the intake manifold bracket. 3. Raise vehicle and support. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Remove the two bolts on the clutch release cylinder and push aside (M/T). Remove the lower two intake manifold bracket bolts. Remove intake manifold bracket. Remove the two upper starter bolts. Remove the lower starter bolt. 9. 10. 11. 12. Pull the starter from the clutch (M/T) / torque converter (A/T) housing and prop in place. Lower the vehicle. From above, disconnect the S-terminal connector. Remove nut and lock washer on B-terminal. 13. 14. 15. 16. Disconnect B-terminal. Raise and support vehicle. Push transmission wire harness aside. Remove starter. Installation 1. Place starter in engine well. 2. Lower vehicle. 3. Connect B-terminal wire. 4. Install washer and nut on B-terminal and tighten. 5. Connect S-terminal. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Lower intake manifold bracket into position and insert the two upper bolts. Raise and support vehicle. Place starter in position. Insert the two upper starter bolts. Insert lower starter bolt. NOTE:: The starter may require adjustment after installation. If required, rotate the starter slightly to provide proper clearance. 11. Tighten the three starter bolts. Tighten the bolts to 27 – 40 lb-ft (37 – 54 N.m). 12. Insert lower bracket bolts and tighten. Tighten the bolts to 27 – 40 lb-ft (37 – 54 N.m). 13. Position clutch release cylinder and install bolts (M/T). Tighten the bolts to 27 – 40 lb-ft (37 – 54 N.m). 14. Lower vehicle.
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 01-12-2010
CONDITION POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Very High Frequency Excessive distance between Shim starter motor toward Flywheel/Drive Whine Before Engine pinion gear and Flywheel/Drive Plate. Starts; Engine Starts OK. Plate gear. Very High Frequency Insufficient distance between Shim starter motor away from Whine After Engine Starts starter motor pinion gear and Flywheel/Drive Plate. Inspect With Ignition Key Flywheel/ Drive Plate runout Flywheel/Drive Plate for damage; bent, Released. Engine Starts can cause noise to be unusual wear, and excessive runout. OK. intermittent. Replace Flywheel/Drive Plate as necessary. A Loud “Whoop” After Probable cause is defective Replace starter motor. Engine Starts While Starter overrunning clutch. Motor is Engaged “Rumble”, “Growl”, or Probable cause is bent or Replace starter motor. “Knock” as Starter Motor unbalanced starter motor Coasts to Stop After armature. Engine Starts.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 30-12-2010
Disassembly (Ram-50) 1) Remove both 4WD indicator switches and steel balls. Remove speedometer gear assembly. Remove output shaft cover, gasket, wave spring and spacer. See Fig. 3. Remove rear cover, rear cover gasket and spacer from chain cover. Drive roll pin out of high-low shift fork. 2) Remove 2 seal plugs. Remove 2 poppet springs and steel balls. Shift transfer case to “4WD” and pull high-low shift rail out, in rear cover direction. Remove interlock plunger. Remove pulse generator (if equipped), front output shaft cover and pulse rotor (if equipped). Remove snap ring from rear bearing on output shaft. Remove chain cover, oil guide and side cover. Remove countershaft locking plate. Remove countershaft. 3) Remove countergear, 2 thrust washers, 2 needle bearings and spacer through side cover opening. Remove snap ring, spring retainers and spring from 2WD-4WD shift rail. Remove front output shaft, rear output shaft and chain as assembly. 4) Remove 2WD-4WD shift fork and distance piece. Drive out 2WD-4WD shift rail spring pin. Remove 2WD-4WD shift rail and lug. Remove high-low shift fork and high-low synchronizer sleeve. Remove needle bearing and snap ring from input gear. Remove input gear assembly. 5) If either control shaft or input gear oil seals are to be replaced, drive out roll pin from transmission control change shifter. Separate transfer case from adapter. See Fig. 3. Disassembly (Montero) 1) Remove dynamic damper, 5 detection switches and 3 steel balls. Remove poppet plug, spring and steel ball. Remove speedometer gear assembly. Remove output shaft rear cover, spacers, dust seal guard and oil seals. Front output shaft cover, wave spring and spacer (if equipped). 2) Remove high-low shift rail plug and high-low shift fork spring pin. Shift transfer case to “4WD”. Remove rear cover and high- low shift rail. Remove interlock plunger. Remove rear output shaft (viscous coupling) assembly and center differential assembly. Remove 2WD-4WD synchronizer assembly, chain and front output shaft from transmission as a unit. With White paint make match marks in grooves of 2WD-4WD synchronizer in 3 places. With White paint make match marks on spline projections of 2WD-4WD synchronizer sleeve in 3 places. Refer to match marks during reassembly. 3) Remove snap ring, spring seat, spring, 2WD-4WD shift fork and 2WD-4WD synchronizer sleeve. Remove differential lock hub, oil dam cover and bearing retainer. Remove side cover and gasket. Remove transfer counter gear shaft, transfer counter gear, thrust washer, needle bearings and spacer. Remove transfer drive shaft assembly. Remove high-low shift fork assembly and clutch sleeve. Remove transfer input gear assembly. 4) Remove 2WD-4WD shift lug spring pin, spring, spring retainer 2WD-4WD shift lug and shift rail. Remove input gear oil seal, baffle plate, dust seal guard and front output shaft oil seal. See Fig. 4.