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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 22-03-2011
Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required Jointed wrench 3185 Socket T10058 Torque wrench V.A.G 1331 Hand drill with plastic brush Protective goggles Flat scraper Silicone sealing compound D 176 404 A2 Locking fluid D 000 600 A2 Removing Remove center and right sound insulation Engines with oil pan protection Body Exterior – Repair Group 50. Remove bolts – 2 – and take sleeves – 3 – off front and rear parts of oil pan protection. Press spreader pin out upward and remove spreader rivets – 4 – . Remove oil pan protection – 1 – . Engines with LongLife Service Pull 3-pin connector off Oil level thermal sensor -G266-. Continuation for all engines Drain engine oil. Note: Observe disposal regulations! Remove oil pan bolts. Note: Loosen oil pan bolts with jointed wrench 3185 and remove with socket T10058. Remove oil pan. Loosen pan with light blows of a rubber headed hammer if necessary. Remove sealant residue on cylinder block with a flat scraper.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-01-2011
Some vehicles built 11/29/2004 and prior may exhibit the wrench light on with both P2106 and P2135 diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). ACTION: Replace the throttle position sensor (TPS) following the instruction sheet included in the TPS service kit. Reprogram the powertrain control module (PCM) to the latest calibration using WDS release B36.11 and higher, or B37.2 and higher. This new calibration is not included in the B37 CD. Calibration files are also available at www.motorcraft.com. CAUTION: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE TPS REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION PROCEDURE WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE TPS SCREWS.
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 21-03-2011
Note: Removal and installation of right headlamp is illustrated. Removal and installation of left headlamp is the same. Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required 5 mm hex socket wrench Removing Insert hex wrench into headlamp lock – arrow – . Turn hex socket wrench – 1 – approximately 180 degree in direction of – arrow – (clockwise) in order to release headlamp housing from retainer. Return the headlamp lock – 1 – 90 degree as shown. Note: In order for the headlamp housing to slide in an out freely, the “U” section of the headlamp lock must be in the lowest position (90 degree ). Should the headlamp be difficult to remove from vehicle, turn hex socket wrench – 1 – alternately in both directions while pulling headlamp housing out of retainer. Note: Headlamp retainer – 1 – contains headlamp lock – 2 – position (lock-unlock). Depress lock tab – arrow – while pulling headlamp forward out of retainer. Note: The electrical connection is integrated with both the headlamp and retainer and is disconnected automatically upon removal of headlamp. CAUTION! Headlamp lock on retainer must not be turned while headlamp is removed. . Installing Install in reverse order of removal, noting the following: Note: In order for the headlamp housing to slide in an out freely, the “U” section of the headlamp lock must be in the lowest position (90 degree ). Should headlamp housing be difficult to install in vehicle, turn hex socket wrench – 1 – alternately in both directions while pushing headlamp housing into retainer.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 30-01-2011
1) Securely block the front wheels of the vehicle. Use a jack to raise the rear end of the vehicle and support with jack stands. Remove the rear wheels. 2) Use a 14mm wrench and a 5mm Allen wrench to loosen and remove the nut on both end links where they meet the rear spindle assemblies. Use a 17mm wrench or socket to remove the bolt and nut holding the rear upper link to the spindle. Retain all stock hardware. 3) Use a 19mm and 17mm socket or wrench to remove the upper camber link bolt where it mounts to the sub-frame. Remove the stock suspension link and retain the stock hardware for later use. 4) Match the length of the Hotchkis arm to the center-to-center length of the stock arm. Use a 24mm wrench to loosen the jam nut and rotate the head. Lengthen the arm to add positive camber and shorten the arm to add negative camber. 5) Use the grease pack provided to apply a thick coat of grease to the bushing faces on the Hotchkis arm. You can also apply a light coat of grease to the bushing contact surfaces on the vehicle. Install the Hotchkis arm in the stock location and use the stock hardware to mount it.
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 09-08-2010
Toothed belt, removing and installing Special tools and equipment: – Spring pin from 2024A – Pin wrench 3212 – Open end wrench 3312 – Wrench 3078 (22 mm) – Clamping bolt 3242 – Camshaft bar T40005 – Puller T40001 – Torque wrench VAG 1410 – Socket attachment VAS 5122 – Tensioning roller key T40009 – Pin T40011 Removing – - – - Remove engine cover-arrows-. Remove cylinder head cover-1- and -2-. Disengage spring clips at toothed belt cover. Remove toothed belt cover. – - – Remove noise insulation -arrows-. Removing and installing ribbed belt. See: Drive Belts, Mounts, Brackets and Accessories/Drive Belt/Service and Repair Remove ribbed belt pulley for viscous fan. Turn crankshaft to TDC by hand. Markings -A- and -B- must be aligned. Check position of camshafts: larger holes -arrow- in securing plates on camshaft sprockets must be in line with each other and facing inward. If not, turn crankshaft one revolution. Remove sealing plug -arrow- from left side of cylinder block. TDC drilling in crankshaft must be behind sealing plug hole (feel to check).