Kansas City, Missouri World Headquarters Web Auto Repair Database (WARD)

Education Division: Advanced Technology Career University (ATCU)
(Connecting Visions of Goals For The Future)

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


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 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.

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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  • (WARD)'s Online Digital Production Studios
  • Tech Craftsman Career Building Trade School (TCCBTS)
  • Advanced Technology Career University (ATCU)
  • Specializing in:
  • Engine Rebuilding, Remanufacturing
  • Transmission Rebuilding, Remanufacturing
  • Machine Shop Technology
  • Including:

  • Web Auto Repair Database's Online Digital Production Stidows
  • 3D Images and Training Videos and Tapes
How (WARD) Can Help You Fix Your Own Car Because (WARD) is Every Mechanicís Friendl
Example: 2002 Isuzu Trooper LS V6 3.5 Liter DOHC-4 Wheel Drive-Automatic Transmission

  • During disassembly, be sure that the valve train components are kept together and identified so that they can be reinstalled in their original locations
  • Before removing the cylinder head from the engine and before disassembling the mechanism, perform a compression test and note the results

  • 1. Remove camshaft drive gear pulley fixing bolt (3) then pulley (4)
    2. Remove camshaft bracket fixing bolt (5), camshaft bracket (6), the camshaft exhaust (7), and intake side (8).
    3. Remove tappet with shim (11)
    4. Use the 5-8840-2446-0 valve spring compressor and 5-8840-2547-0 valve spring compressor adapter to remove the split collar (12), valve spring with upper seat (13) and valve (14)

    Valve Spring Compressor's

    Image left shows Spring Strength Testerimage left shows Valve Spring Remover

    NOTE: Clean dirt and debris from spark plug recess areas before removal.

    Clean Cylinder head
    Carefully remove all varnish, soot and carbon from the bare metal.
    Do not use a motorized wire brush on any gasket sealing surface.

    Inspection and Repair
    1. Cylinder head gasket and mating surfaces for leaks, corrosion and blow-by. If the gasket has failed, determine the cause.
    • Insufficient torque on head bolts
    • Improper installation
    • Loose or warped cylinder head
    • Missing dowel pins
    • Warped case surface
    2. Cylinder head for cracks, especially between valve seats and in the exhaust ports
    3. Cylinder head deck for corrosion, sand particles in head and porosity


    4. Cylinder head deck, common chamber and exhaust manifold mating surfaces for flatness. These surfaces may be reconditioned by milling. If the surfaces are "out of flat" by more than specification, the surface should be ground to within specifications. Replace the head if it requires machining beyond the repairable limit

    Head surface and manifold surface
    Standard: 0.05 mm (0.002 inch) or less
    Warpage limit: 0.2 mm (0.0079 inch)
    Maximum Repairable limit: 0.2 mm (0.0079 inch)
    Warpage limit: 0.2 mm (0.0079 inch)
    Maximum Repairable limit: 133.0 mm (5.2362 inch)