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(Connecting Visions of Goals For The Future)

Advance Technology Career University U.S.A. Affiliates in Education
Tech Craftsman Career Building Trade School (TCCBTS)
Global Education Career Development, 501 (c) (3) Also Known As (GECD)

INDEPENDENT COMMERCIAL BUSINESS DIVISION: See ASSEMBLAGE OF RELATED SERVICES

In order to offer Tech Craftsman Career Building Trade School's interns/apprentices more than just going to work, becasue that's what TCCBTS is all about, 24 months, working 5 days a week and 8 hours each one of those 5 day weeks, yes, its a school but learning as if it was a job.

TCCBTS's goal is to reward our first-year interns/apprentices by expending their experiences so they can show off their skill while still going to school.

How? Easy we're going to create and develop several, Independent, Private, Commercial Businesses for the interns/apprentices to work before class or after class or both, and allowed to work on weekends and paid $15.00 dollars an hour. Now the interns/apprentices are not only earning real money, but learning on the job skill social by interacting with real customers asking for their experience and help.

INDEPENDENT, PRIVATE, COMMERCIAL BUSINESS DIVISION
Review: Assemblage of Auto Related Services to better under each individual commercial businesses. Read and Review ASSEMBLAGE OF RELATED SERVICES

Business Intellectural Concept Created by James E. Grow Library of Congress Copy(c) 2015-TXu-1-954607 Certificate of Registration

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  • Cylinder Head Removal
  • Removal Common Chamber

Head shows it's in need of cleaning, manifold and heat shield still attached.

Removal Cylinder Head Cover RH
1. Remove engine hood
2. Disconnect battery ground cable
3. Remove battery from the vehicle
4. Drain engine coolant from faucet bottom of radiator
5. Remove engine cover from the dowels on the common chamber


5. Remove air cleaner duct assembly (3) and air cleaner element (4)


NOTE: Disconnect the mass air flow (MAF) sensor connector intake air temperature
and positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) hose before hand the air cleaner duct assembly is removed/
6. Disconnect the following wiring connectors and bonding cable:
  • Exhaust Gas Reciculation (EGR) valve
  • Fuel injectors for right bank
  • Ignition coils for right bank
  • Bonding cable
  • Others as necessary
7. Disconnect radiator upper and lower hoses
8. Remove engine harness from the cylinder head cover
9. Remove the upper fan guide
10.Remove cooling fan and clutch assembly
11. Remove drive belt by pushing down the auto tensioner using spanner.





  • Remove cylinder head assembly
  • Loosen head bolts in reverse of tightening sequence
  • Remove cylinder head assembly
a. Put cylinder head gasket on the cylinder block. NOTE: there is a discrimination mark "R" for the right bank and "L" for left bank on the cylinder head gasket.
DO NOT reuse cylinder head gasket
b. Align dowel pin hole to dowel pin on the cylinder block
c. Position cylinder head on the cylinder block
d. Tighten two bolts temporarily by hand to prevent the cylinder head assembly from moving.



e. Using cylinder head bolt wrench, tighten bolts in numerical order to the specified torque. NOTE: DO NOT reuse cylinder head bolts. DO NOT apply any lubricant to the cylinder head bolts. Torque: Temporary: 29 Nm (22 ft. lbs.) Final: 64 Nm (47 Ft. lbs.)
Install common chamber Install cylinder head cover RH. Install cylinder head cover LH Install timing belt Install crankshaft pulley
12. Remove fan pulley and bracket assembly
13. Remove idle pulley assembly
14. Remove auto tensioner assembly
15. Remove crankshaft pulley using crankshaft holder



16. Remove timing belt covers for right bank side


4. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten the fixing bolt using Crankshaft holder to the specified torque TORQUE: 167 N-m (17 Kg-m/123 lb. ft.)
5. Install auto tensioner assembly and tighten the fixing bolts to the specified torque.

TORQUE:
Shorter Bolt: 20 N-m (2.0 Kg-m/14.8 lb. ft.)
Longer Bolt: 39 N-m (4.0 Kg-m/28.0 lb. ft.)
6. Install idle pulley assembly and tighten the fixing bolt to the specified torque. TORQUE: 52 N-m (5.3 Kg-m/38.4 lb. ft.)
7. Install fan pulley and bracket assembly and tighten the fixing bolts and nut to the specified torque. TORQUE: 22 N-m (2.2 Kg-m/16.2 lb. ft.)



8. Install drive belt by pushing down the auto tensioner using spanner as shown in the removal step of drive belt.
` 9.Install power steering oil pump pulley and tighten the fixing bolt to the specified torque. TORQUE: (78 N-m Kg/m/58 lb. ft.)
10.Install drive belt by pushing down the auto tensioner using spanner tool.
11.Install cooling fan and clutch assembly and tighten the fixing bolts to the specified torque. TORQUE: 10 N-m (1.0 Kg-m/87 lb. inch)
12.Install upper fan guide and clip both side and tighten the fixing bolts to the specified torque. TORQUE: 4 N-m (0.4 Kg-m/35 lb. inch)
13.Install engine harness and tighten the fixing bolts of the retaining clip and bracket to the specified torque. TORQUE: 4 N-m (0.4 Kg-m/35 lb. inch)
14.Connect radiator upper and lower hoses and clip them securely.
15.Connect vacuum hoses of those which were disconnected in the removal step.
16.Connect wiring connectors and bonding cable of those which were disconnected in the removal steps.
17.Install air cleaner element and air cleaner duct assembly, and clip the both end securely.
18.Connect MAF sensor connector, IAT sensor connector and PCV hose.
19.Install engine cover mating with the dowels.

Removal Common Chamber

1. Disconnect battery ground cable


2. Disconnect battery ground cable
3. Remove air cleaner duct assembly
4. Disconnect accelerator pedal cable from throttle body and cable bracket
5. Disconnect vacuum booster hose from common chamber
6. Disconnect connector from manifold absolute pressure sensor, idle air control valve, throttle position sensor, solenoid valve, electric vacuum sensing valve, and EGR valve.

7. Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor: Idle Air Control valve: Throttle Position Sensor:

Solenoid Valve: Throttle Position Sensor:

7. Electric Vacuum Sensing Valve: EGA/Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve: and/or

8. .Disconnect vacuum hose on canister VSV and positive crankcase ventilation hose: Valve and Hose

Fuel rail assembly:

9. Remove ventilation hose from throttle valve and intake duct and remove water hose
10. Remove the four throttle body fixing bolts
11. Remove exhaust gas recirculation valve assembly fixing bolt and nut on common chamber and remove EGR valve assembly
12. Remove two bolts from common chamber rear side for removal of fuel hose bracket
13. Remove common chamber four bolts and four nuts then remove the common chamber:



Installation of Common Chamber

1. Install common chamber and tighten bolts and nuts to the specified torque: TORQUE: Bolt: 25 N-m (2.5 Kg.m/18 lb. ft.)-Nut: 25 N-m (2.5 Kg.18 lb. ft.)
2. Install fuel hose bracket and tighten bolts to specified torque. TORQUE: 10 N-m (1.0 Kg.m/89 lb. ft.)
3. Install exhaust gas recirculation valve assembly and tighten bolt and nut to the specified torque. TORQUE: 25 N-m (2.5 Kg.m/18 lb. ft.)
4. Install throttle body and tighten bolts to the specified torque. TORQUE: 25 N-m (2.5 Kg.m/18 lb. ft.)
5. Install ventilation hose to throttle valve and intake duct.
6. Connect vacuum hose on canister VSV and positive crankcase ventilation hose.
Tighten bolts for fuel rail assembly with pressure control valve bracket. TORQUE: 25 N-m (2.5 Kg.m/18 lb. ft.)

7. Connect each connector without fail.
8. Connect vacuum booster hose
9. Connect accelerator pedal cable. Accelerator pedal cable adjustment

1. Loosen the adjusting nut and screw cap.
2. Pull outer cable while fully closing the throttle valve.
3. Tighten adjusting nut and lock nut temporarily.
4. Loosen adjusting nut by three turns and tighten lock nut.

Then manually operating the throttle valve, make sure that the valve lever returns up to the stopper screw



If it does not reach the stopper screw, repeat from step 1.



10. Install air cleaner duct assembly