ENGINE UNIT INSPECTION

PROCEDURE


  1. CLEAN CYLINDER HEAD SUB-ASSEMBLY


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      Using a gasket scraper, remove all the gasket material from the cylinder block sub-assembly contact surface.

      Note

      Be careful not to scratch the cylinder block sub-assembly contact surface.

    2. A01WQU4

      Using a wire brush, remove all the carbon from the combustion chambers.

      Note

      Be careful not to damage the combustion chambers and valve seats.

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      Using a valve guide bushing brush and solvent, clean all the valve guide bushes.

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      Using a soft brush and solvent, thoroughly clean the cylinder head sub-assembly.

  2. INSPECT CYLINDER HEAD SUB-ASSEMBLY


    1. Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the cylinder head sub-assembly and cylinder block sub-assembly, and the cylinder head sub-assembly and manifolds.

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      Standard Warpage
      Item Specified Condition
      Cylinder block sub-assembly side 0 to 0.05 mm (0 to 0.00197 in.)
      Intake manifold side 0 to 0.08 mm (0 to 0.00315 in.)
      Exhaust manifold side 0 to 0.08 mm (0 to 0.00315 in.)
      Maximum Warpage
      Item Specified Condition
      Cylinder block sub-assembly side 0.05 mm (0.00197 in.)
      Intake manifold side 0.08 mm (0.00315 in.)
      Exhaust manifold side 0.08 mm (0.00315 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the cylinder head sub-assembly.

    2. A01WVJB
      Text in Illustration
      *a Cylinder Block Sub-assembly Side
      *b Intake Manifold Side
      *c Exhaust Manifold Side

      Using a dye penetrant, check the intake ports, exhaust ports and cylinder surface for cracks.

      If there are cracks, replace the cylinder head sub-assembly.

  3. INSPECT CYLINDER HEAD BOLT


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      Text in Illustration
      *a Measuring Area

      Using a vernier caliper, measure the outside thread diameter of the cylinder head bolt.

      Standard diameter
      12.8 to 13.0 mm (0.504 to 0.512 in.)
      Minimum diameter
      12.5 mm (0.492 in.)

      Tech Tips

      If a visual check reveals no excessively thin areas, check the center of the cylinder head bolt (see illustration) and find the area that has the smallest diameter.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the cylinder head bolt.

  4. INSPECT NO. 2 CAMSHAFT THRUST CLEARANCE AND NO. 3 CAMSHAFT THRUST CLEARANCE (for Intake Camshaft)


    1. Install the No. 2 camshaft bearing cap and No. 5 camshaft bearing cap to the cylinder head sub-assembly.

    2. Place the No. 2 camshaft and No. 3 camshaft on the cylinder head sub-assembly.

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      Temporarily install the No. 1 camshaft bearing cap and No. 4 camshaft bearing cap with the 4 bolts by hand.

      Note

      Do not turn the camshafts.

    4. Install the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps.


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        Text in Illustration
        *a RH
        *b LH

        Confirm the marks and numbers on the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps and place them in their proper position and direction.

      2. Temporarily install the 16 bolts.

    5. A01WR1KE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Uniformly tighten the 24 bolts in several steps in the order shown in the illustration.

      Torque:
      for 12 mm head bolt of No. 1 camshaft bearing cap and No. 4 camshaft bearing cap
      21 N*m  { 214 kgf*cm, 15 ft.*lbf }
      for 10 mm head bolt of No. 3 camshaft bearing cap
      10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }
    6. A01WPO9

      Using a dial indicator, measure the camshaft thrust clearance while moving the camshaft back and forth.

      Standard thrust clearance
      0.035 to 0.160 mm (0.00138 to 0.00630 in.)
      Maximum thrust clearance
      0.180 mm (0.00709 in.)

      If the thrust clearance is more than the maximum, replace the camshaft.

      If necessary, replace the cylinder head sub-assembly.

  5. INSPECT NO. 1 CAMSHAFT THRUST CLEARANCE AND NO. 4 CAMSHAFT THRUST CLEARANCE (for Exhaust Camshaft)


    1. Install the No. 2 camshaft bearing cap and No. 5 camshaft bearing cap to the cylinder head sub-assembly.

    2. Place the No. 1 camshaft and No. 4 camshaft on the cylinder head sub-assembly.

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      Temporarily install the No. 1 camshaft bearing cap and No. 4 camshaft bearing cap with the 4 bolts by hand.

      Note

      Do not turn the No. 1 camshaft and No. 4 camshaft.

    4. Install the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps.


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        Text in Illustration
        *a RH
        *b LH

        Confirm the marks and numbers on the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps and place them in their proper position and direction.

      2. Temporarily install the 16 bolts.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Uniformly tighten the 24 bolts in several steps in the order shown in the illustration.

      Torque:
      for 12 mm head bolt of No. 1 camshaft bearing cap and No. 4 camshaft bearing cap
      21 N*m  { 214 kgf*cm, 15 ft.*lbf }
      for 10 mm head bolt of No. 3 camshaft bearing cap
      10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }
    6. A01WX00

      Using a dial indicator, measure the camshaft thrust clearance while moving the camshaft back and forth.

      Standard thrust clearance
      0.035 to 0.160 mm (0.00138 to 0.00630 in.)
      Maximum thrust clearance
      0.180 mm (0.00709 in.)

      If the thrust clearance is more than the maximum, replace the camshafts.

      If necessary, replace the cylinder head sub-assembly.

  6. INSPECT CAMSHAFT


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      Inspect the camshaft for runout.


      1. Place the camshaft on V-blocks.

      2. Using a dial indicator, measure the runout at the center journal.

        Maximum runout
        0.03 mm (0.00118 in.)

        If the runout is more than the maximum, replace the camshaft.

    2. A01WSC5

      Inspect the cam lobe height.


      1. Using a micrometer, measure the cam lobe height.

        Standard Cam Lobe Height
        Item Specified Condition

        No. 2 camshaft and No. 3 camshaft

        (intake)

        37.277 to 37.387 mm (1.468 to 1.472 in.)

        No. 1 camshaft and No. 4 camshaft

        (exhaust)

        38.324 to 38.434 mm (1.509 to 1.513 in.)
        Minimum Cam Lobe Height
        Item Specified Condition

        No. 2 camshaft and No. 3 camshaft

        (intake)

        37.277 mm (1.468 in.)

        No. 1 camshaft and No. 4 camshaft

        (exhaust)

        38.324 mm (1.509 in.)

        If the cam lobe height is less than the minimum, replace the camshaft.

    3. A01WRC8E02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Other Journal
      *b No. 1 Journal

      Inspect the camshaft journal diameter.


      1. Using a micrometer, measure the journal diameter.

        Standard Journal Diameter
        Item Specified Condition
        No. 1 journal 29.969 to 29.985 mm (1.180 to 1.181 in.)
        Other journal 26.969 to 26.985 mm (1.0618 to 1.0624 in.)

        If the journal diameter is not as specified, check the oil clearance.

  7. INSPECT CAMSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE


    1. Clean the camshaft bearing caps and camshaft journals.

    2. Place the camshafts on the cylinder head sub-assembly.

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      Lay a strip of Plastigage across each of the camshaft journals.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Temporarily install the camshaft bearing cap with the 4 bolts by hand.

      Note

      Do not turn the camshafts.

    5. Install the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps with the 16 bolts.


      1. Confirm the marks and numbers on the No. 3 camshaft bearing caps and place them in their proper position and direction.

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        Text in Illustration
        *a RH
        *b LH
      2. Temporarily install the 16 bolts.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Uniformly tighten the 20 bolts in several steps in the order shown in the illustration.

      Torque:
      for 12 mm head bolt of No. 1 camshaft bearing cap and No. 4 camshaft bearing cap
      21 N*m  { 214 kgf*cm, 15 ft.*lbf }
      for 10 mm head bolt of No. 3 camshaft bearing cap
      10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }
    7. A01WPTIE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Uniformly loosen and remove the 20 bolts in the sequence shown in the illustration.

    8. A01WTOH

      Measure the Plastigage at its widest point.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.025 to 0.062 mm (0.000984 to 0.00244 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.072 mm (0.00283 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the camshaft.

      If necessary, replace the cylinder head sub-assembly.

    9. Remove the Plastigage completely.

    10. Remove the camshafts.

  8. INSPECT VALVE ROCKER ARM SUB-ASSEMBLY


    1. Turn the roller by hand to check that it turns smoothly.

      If the roller does not turn smoothly, replace the valve rocker arm sub-assembly.

  9. INSPECT VALVE LASH ADJUSTER ASSEMBLY

    Note


    • Keep the adjuster free from dirt and foreign objects.

    • Use only clean engine oil.


    1. Place the valve lash adjuster assembly into a container full of new engine oil.

    2. Insert SST tip into the valve lash adjuster assembly plunger and use the tip to press down on the check ball inside the valve lash adjuster assembly plunger.

      SST
      09276-75010
    3. Squeeze SST and the valve lash adjuster assembly together to move the valve lash adjuster assembly plunger up and down 5 to 6 times.

    4. Check the movement of the valve lash adjuster assembly plunger and bleed air.

      OK
      Valve lash adjuster assembly plunger moves up and down.

      Note

      When bleeding high-pressure air from the compression chamber, make sure that the tip of SST is actually pressing the check ball as shown in the illustration. If the check ball is not pressed, air will not bleed.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a CORRECT *b INCORRECT
      *c Taper Part *d Plunger
      *e Lower Pressure Chamber *f Check Ball
      *g High Pressure Chamber - -
    5. After bleeding the air, remove SST. Then try to quickly and firmly press the plunger with your fingers.

      OK
      Plunger can be pressed 3 times.

      If the plunger can still be compressed after pressing it 3 times, replace the valve lash adjuster assembly with a new one.

  10. INSPECT INNER COMPRESSION SPRING


    1. Inspect the inner compression spring deviation.


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        Text in Illustration
        *a Deviation

        Using a steel square, measure the deviation of the inner compression spring.

        Maximum deviation
        1.5 mm (0.0591 in.)

        If the deviation is more than the maximum, replace the inner compression spring.

    2. Inspect the inner compression spring free length.


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        Using a vernier caliper, measure the free length of the inner compression spring.

        Standard free length
        45.9 mm (1.81 in.)

        If the free length is not as specified, replace the inner compression spring.

    3. Inspect the inner compression spring tension.


      1. A01WQCW

        Using a spring tester, measure the tension of the inner compression spring at the specified installed length.

        Installed tension
        219 to 242 N (22 to 25 kgf, 49.2 to 54.4 lbf) at 31.0 mm (1.22 in.)

        If the installed tension is not as specified, replace the inner compression spring.

  11. INSPECT VALVE GUIDE BUSH OIL CLEARANCE


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      Using a caliper gauge, measure the inside diameter of the valve guide bush.

      Standard Valve Guide bush inside diameter
      6.01 to 6.03 mm (0.2366 to 0.2374 in.)
    2. Subtract the valve stem diameter measurement from the valve guide bush inside diameter measurement.

      Standard Oil Clearance
      Item Specified Condition
      Intake 0.025 to 0.060 mm (0.000984 to 0.00236 in.)
      Exhaust 0.035 to 0.070 mm (0.00138 to 0.00276 in.)
      Maximum Oil Clearance
      Item Specified Condition
      Intake 0.120 mm (0.00472 in.)
      Exhaust 0.130 mm (0.00512 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the valve guide bush.

  12. CLEAN VALVE


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      Using a gasket scraper, chip off any carbon from the valve head.

      Note

      Be careful not to damage the valve face.

    2. Using a wire brush, thoroughly clean the valve.

  13. INSPECT VALVE


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      Inspect the valve stem diameter.


      1. Using a micrometer, measure the diameter of the valve stem.

        Standard Valve Stem Diameter
        Item Specified Condition
        Intake 5.970 to 5.985 mm (0.2350 to 0.2356 in.)
        Exhaust 5.960 to 5.975 mm (0.2346 to 0.2352 in.)
    2. A01WQ13E06
      *1 45.5°

      Inspect the valve face angle.


      1. Grind the valve enough to remove pits and carbon.

      2. Check that the valve is ground to the correct valve face angle.

        Standard valve face angle
        45.5°
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      Text in Illustration
      *a Margin Thickness

      Inspect the valve head margin thickness.


      1. Using a vernier caliper, measure the valve head margin thickness.

        Standard margin thickness
        1.0 mm (0.0394 in.)
        Minimum margin thickness
        0.5 mm (0.0197 in.)

        If the margin thickness is less than the minimum, replace the valve.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a Overall Length

      Inspect the valve overall length.


      1. Using a vernier caliper, measure the overall length.

        Standard Overall Length
        Item Specified Condition
        Intake 104.4 mm (4.11 in.)
        Exhaust 104.1 mm (4.10 in.)
        Minimum Overall Length
        Item Specified Condition
        Intake 104.1 mm (4.10 in.)
        Exhaust 103.8 mm (4.09 in.)

        If the overall length is less than the minimum, replace the valve.

    5. A01WTRU

      Inspect the valve stem tip.


      1. Check the surface of the valve stem tip for wear.

        Note

        Do not grind the valve so it becomes shorter than the minimum overall length.

        If the valve stem tip is worn, resurface the tip with a grinder or replace the valve.

  14. CLEAN VALVE SEAT


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      Using a 45° carbide cutter, resurface the valve seats.

      Note

      Be careful not to damage the combustion chambers and valve seats.

    2. Clean the valve seats.

  15. INSPECT INTAKE VALVE SEAT


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      Text in Illustration
      *a Width

      Apply a light coat of Prussian blue to the valve face.

    2. Lightly press the valve face against the intake valve seat.

      Note

      Do not rotate the valve while pressing the valve.

    3. Check the valve face and intake valve seat.


      1. Check that the contact surfaces of the intake valve seat and valve face are in the middle area of their respective surfaces, with the width between 1.0 to 1.4 mm (0.0394 to 0.0551 in.).

        If not, correct the intake valve seat.

      2. Check that the contact surfaces of the intake valve seat and valve face are even around the entire intake valve seat.

        If not, correct the intake valve seat.

  16. INSPECT EXHAUST VALVE SEAT


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      Text in Illustration
      *a Width

      Apply a light coat of Prussian blue to the valve face.

    2. Lightly press the valve face against the exhaust valve seat.

      Note

      Do not rotate the valve while pressing the valve.

    3. Check the valve face and exhaust valve seat.


      1. Check that the contact surfaces of the exhaust valve seat and valve face are in the middle area of their respective surfaces, with the width between 1.0 to 1.4 mm (0.0394 to 0.0551 in.).

        If not, correct the exhaust valve seat.

      2. Check that the contact surfaces of the exhaust valve seat and valve face are even around the entire exhaust valve seat.

        If not, correct the exhaust valve seat.

  17. VISUALLY CHECK CYLINDER BLOCK SUB-ASSEMBLY


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      Visually check the cylinder for vertical scratches.

      If necessary, replace the cylinder block sub-assembly.

  18. INSPECT CYLINDER BLOCK SUB-ASSEMBLY FOR FLATNESS


    1. Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the cylinder head and cylinder head gaskets.

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      Maximum warpage
      0.05 mm (0.00197 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the cylinder block sub-assembly.

  19. INSPECT CONNECTING ROD BOLT


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      Text in Illustration
      *a Measuring Area

      Using a vernier caliper, measure the tension portion diameter of the connecting rod bolt.

      Standard diameter
      8.7 to 8.8 mm (0.343 to 0.346 in.)
      Minimum diameter
      8.5 mm (0.335 in.)

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the connecting rod bolt.

  20. INSPECT CRANKSHAFT BEARING CAP BOLT


    1. Using a vernier caliper, measure the outside thread diameter of bolt A and B.

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      Bolt Length
      Item Specified Condition
      Bolt A 106 mm (4.17 in.)
      Bolt B 90.5 mm (3.56 in.)
      Measuring Area
      Item Specified Condition
      Bolt A 73 mm (2.87 in.)
      Bolt B 63 mm (2.48 in.)
      Standard diameter
      for bolt A
      10.8 to 11.0 mm (0.425 to 0.433 in.)
      for bolt B
      9.8 to 10.0 mm (0.386 to 0.394 in.)
      Minimum diameter
      for bolt A
      10.5 mm (0.413 in.)
      for bolt B
      9.5 mm (0.374 in.)
      Text in Illustration
      *a Bolt A
      *b Bolt B
      *c Measuring Area

      Tech Tips

      If a visual check reveals no excessively thin areas, check the center of the crankshaft bearing cap bolt (see illustration) and find the area that has the lowest diameter.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the crankshaft bearing cap bolt.

  21. INSPECT PISTON WITH PIN SUB-ASSEMBLY


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      Text in Illustration
      *a Measuring Point

      Using a micrometer, measure the piston diameter at a right angle to the piston pin center line, 12 mm (0.472 in.) from the piston skirt.

      Standard piston diameter
      85.932 to 85.966 mm (3.383 to 3.384 in.)
      Minimum piston diameter
      85.910 mm (3.382 in.)

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the piston with pin sub-assembly.

  22. INSPECT CYLINDER BORE


    1. Using a cylinder gauge, measure the cylinder bore diameter at positions A and B in the thrust and axial directions.

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      Standard diameter
      86.000 to 86.013 mm (3.3858 to 3.3863 in.)
      Maximum diameter
      86.03 mm (3.3870 in.)
      Text in Illustration
      *a Thrust Direction
      *b Axial Direction
      *c Center
      *d 10 mm (0.394 in.)
      B0018FC Engine Front

      If the diameter is more than the maximum, replace the cylinder block sub-assembly.

  23. INSPECT PISTON OIL CLEARANCE


    1. Subtract the piston diameter measurement from the cylinder bore diameter measurement.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.034 to 0.081 mm (0.00134 to 0.00319 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.091 mm (0.00358 in.)

      If the piston oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace all 8 pistons. If necessary, replace the cylinder block sub-assembly.

  24. INSPECT PISTON PIN OIL CLEARANCE


    1. Check each mark on the piston, piston pin and connecting rod.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a RH *b LH
      *c Front Mark *d Piston Pin Hole Inside Diameter Mark
      *e Paint Mark *f Connecting Rod Bush Inside Diameter Mark
    2. A01WWH6

      Using a caliper gauge, measure the inside diameter of the piston pin hole.

      Standard Piston Pin Hole Inside Diameter
      Mark Specified Condition
      A 29.009 to 29.013 mm (1.1421 to 1.1422 in.)
      B 29.013 to 29.017 mm (1.1422 to 1.1424 in.)
      C 29.017 to 29.021 mm (1.1424 to 1.1426 in.)
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      Text in Illustration
      *a 5 mm (0.197 in.)
      *b 34.5 mm (1.36 in.)

      Using a micrometer, measure the piston pin diameter.

      Standard Piston Pin Diameter
      Mark Paint Color Specified Condition
      A White 29.000 to 29.004 mm (1.1417 to 1.1419 in.)
      B Pink 29.004 to 29.008 mm (1.1419 to 1.1420 in.)
      C Blue 29.008 to 29.012 mm (1.1420 to 1.1422 in.)
    4. Subtract the piston pin diameter measurement from the piston pin hole diameter measurement.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.005 to 0.013 mm (0.000197 to 0.000512 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.018 mm (0.000709 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the piston and piston pin as a set.

    5. A01WU9V

      Using a caliper gauge, measure the inside diameter of the connecting rod bush.

      Standard Bush Inside Diameter
      Mark Specified Condition
      A 29.019 to 29.023 mm (1.1425 to 1.1426 in.)
      B 29.023 to 29.027 mm (1.1426 to 1.1428 in.)
      C 29.027 to 29.031 mm (1.1428 to 1.1430 in.)
    6. Subtract the piston pin diameter measurement from the connecting rod bush inside diameter measurement.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.015 to 0.023 mm (0.000591 to 0.000906 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.028 mm (0.00110 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the connecting rod and piston with pin as a set.

  25. INSPECT RING GROOVE CLEARANCE


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      Using a feeler gauge, measure the clearance between a new piston ring and the wall of the ring groove.

      Standard Ring Groove Clearance
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 compression ring 0.11 to 0.15 mm (0.00433 to 0.00591 in.)
      No. 2 compression ring 0.08 to 0.12 mm (0.00315 to 0.00472 in.)
      Oil ring 0.03 to 0.07 mm (0.00118 to 0.00276 in.)

      If the clearance is not as specified, replace the piston.

  26. INSPECT PISTON RING END GAP


    1. A01WRWJE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Piston Ring
      *b 60 mm (2.36 in.)

      Insert the piston ring into the cylinder bore.

    2. Using a piston, push the piston ring a little beyond the bottom of the ring travel, 60 mm (2.36 in.) from the top of the cylinder block sub-assembly.

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      Using a feeler gauge, measure the piston ring end gap.

      Standard End Gap
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 compression ring 0.20 to 0.30 mm (0.00787 to 0.0118 in.)
      No. 2 compression ring 0.47 to 0.62 mm (0.0185 to 0.0244 in.)
      Oil ring 0.10 to 0.40 mm (0.00394 to 0.0157 in.)
      Maximum End Gap
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 compression ring 0.40 mm (0.0157 in.)
      No. 2 compression ring 0.75 mm (0.0295 in.)
      Oil ring 0.50 mm (0.0197 in.)

      If the piston ring end gap is more than the maximum, replace the piston ring. If the piston ring end gap is more than the maximum even with a new piston ring, replace the cylinder block sub-assembly.

  27. INSPECT CONNECTING ROD SUB-ASSEMBLY


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      Using a rod aligner and feeler gauge, check the connecting rod sub-assembly alignment.


      1. Check for bend.

        Maximum bend
        0.07 mm (0.00276 in.) per 100 mm (3.94 in.)

        If the bend is more than the maximum, replace the connecting rod sub-assembly.

      2. A01WPGL

        Check for twist.

        Maximum twist
        0.15 mm (0.00591 in.) per 100 mm (3.94 in.)

        If the twist is more than the maximum, replace the connecting rod sub-assembly.

  28. INSPECT CRANKSHAFT


    1. A01WT7E

      Using a dial indicator and V-blocks, measure the runout as shown in the illustration.

      Maximum circle runout
      0.04 mm (0.00157 in.)

      If the circle runout is more than the maximum, replace the crankshaft.

    2. B0019AX

      Using a micrometer, measure the diameter of each main journal.

      Standard diameter
      74.982 to 75.000 mm (2.9520 to 2.9527 in.)

      If the diameter is not as specified, check the oil clearance. If necessary, replace the crankshaft.

    3. Check each main journal for taper and out-of-round as shown in the illustration.

      Maximum taper and out-of-round
      0.01 mm (0.000394 in.)

      If the taper and out-of-round is more than the maximum, replace the crankshaft.

    4. B0019GM

      Using a micrometer, measure the diameter of each crank pin.

      Standard diameter
      54.982 to 55.000 mm (2.1646 to 2.1653 in.)

      If the diameter is not as specified, check the oil clearance. If necessary, replace the crankshaft.

    5. Check each crank pin for taper and out-of-round as shown in the illustration.

      Maximum taper and out-of-round
      0.01 mm (0.000394 in.)

      If the taper and out-of-round is more than the maximum, replace the crankshaft.

  29. INSPECT CRANKSHAFT THRUST CLEARANCE

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  30. INSPECT CRANKSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE

    Tech Tips

    Main bearings come in widths of 20.5 mm (0.807 in.) and 22.5 mm (0.886 in.).

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    Standard Bearing Width
    Item Specified Condition
    No. 1 and 5 journal bearings 22.5 mm (0.886 in.)
    No. 2, 3 and 4 journal bearings 20.5 mm (0.807 in.)
    Text in Illustration
    *a No. 1 and No. 5 Journal Bearings
    *b No. 2 ,No. 3 and No. 5 Journal Bearings
    *c 22.5 mm (0.886 in.)
    *d 20.5 mm (0.807 in.)

    1. Clean each main journal and bearing.

    2. A01WTZU

      Align the bearing claw with the claw groove of the cylinder block sub-assembly, and push in the 5 upper bearings.

      Note


      • Do not apply engine oil to the bearings and the contact surfaces.

      • Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the bearing inner surface. If any coolant comes into contact with the bearing inner surface, replace the bearing with a new one.

      • Both sides of the oil groove in the cylinder block sub-assembly should be visible through the oil feed holes in the bearing. The amount visible on each side of the holes should be equal.

    3. A01WQK0

      Align the bearing claw with the claw groove of the main bearing cap, and push in the 5 lower bearings.

      Note


      • Do not apply engine oil to the bearings and the contact surfaces.

      • Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the bearing inner surface.

        If any coolant comes into contact with the bearing inner surface, replace the bearing with a new one.

      Tech Tips

      A number marked on each main bearing cap indicates the installation position.

    4. A01WV5T

      Place the crankshaft on the cylinder block sub-assembly.

    5. A01WWMZE04
      Text in Illustration
      *a Plastigage

      Lay a strip of Plastigage across each journal.

    6. A01WTDVE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Front

      Examine the front marks and numbers and install the crankshaft bearing caps to the cylinder block sub-assembly.

      Note

      Do not turn the crankshaft.

    7. Apply a light coat of engine oil to the threads of the crankshaft bearing cap bolts.

    8. Temporarily install the crankshaft bearing cap bolts labeled A or the crankshaft bearing cap bolts labeled B.

      A01WSC1E02
      Text in Illustration
      *a 8 mm (0.315 in.)
      *b Spacer
      *c 11 mm (0.433 in.)
      *d 10 mm (0.394 in.)
      *e 106 mm (4.17 in.)
      *f 90.5 mm (3.56 in.)

      Tech Tips

      In place of cylinder block stiffening plates, install 8 mm (0.315 in.) thick spacers to the crankshaft bearing cap bolts.

    9. Uniformly tighten the 2 crankshaft bearing cap bolts for each bearing cap in several passes to ensure a proper fit.

      Note

      Do not tap the bearing cap with a plastic-faced hammer.

    10. Remove the crankshaft bearing cap bolts and spacers.

    11. A01WWXZE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Front Mark

      Set the 2 cylinder block stiffening plates on the cylinder block sub-assembly.

      Tech Tips

      Make sure the arrows on the cylinder block stiffening plates face the engine front.

    12. A01WPJYE02

      Step 1:

      Tech Tips


      • The crankshaft bearing cap bolts are tightened in 3 progressive steps.

      • If any crankshaft bearing cap bolt is broken or deformed, replace it.


      1. Apply a light coat of engine oil to the threads and under the heads of the 20 crankshaft bearing cap bolts.

      2. Install the 20 crankshaft bearing cap bolts. Using several steps, tighten the crankshaft bearing cap bolts uniformly in the sequence shown in the illustration.

        Torque:
        for bolt A
        35 N*m  { 357 kgf*cm, 26 ft.*lbf }
        for bolt B
        60 N*m  { 612 kgf*cm, 44 ft.*lbf }
    13. A01WTCQE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Front
      *b Painted Mark

      Step 2:


      1. Mark the front side of the crankshaft bearing cap bolts A and B with paint.

      2. Tighten the crankshaft bearing cap bolts A and B 90° in the sequence shown in the illustration.

    14. A01WSHYE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Front
      *b Painted Mark

      Step 3:


      1. Tighten the crankshaft bearing cap bolts A another 90° in the sequence shown in the illustration.

      2. A01WSMAE03
        Text in Illustration
        *a Front
        *b Painted Mark

        Check that the painted marks of crankshaft bearing cap bolts now at a 180° angle to the front.

      3. A01WT68E03
        Text in Illustration
        *a Front
        *b Painted Mark

        Check that the painted marks of crankshaft bearing cap bolts B are now at a 90° angle to the front.

        Note

        Do not turn the crankshaft.

    15. A01WW5OE02

      Step 4:


      1. Using several steps, install the 10 crankshaft bearing cap bolts uniformly in the sequence shown in the illustration.

        Torque:
        56 N*m  { 571 kgf*cm, 41 ft.*lbf }
    16. Remove the crankshaft bearing caps.


      1. A01WWT0E02

        Step 1:

        Using several steps, loosen and remove the 10 crankshaft bearing cap set bolts uniformly in the sequence shown in the illustration.

      2. A01WTKWE02

        Step 2:

        Using several steps, loosen and remove the 20 crankshaft bearing cap set bolts uniformly in the sequence shown in the illustration.

    17. A01WP8G

      Remove the 2 cylinder block stiffening plates.

    18. A01WULE

      Using 2 crankshaft bearing cap set bolts, pull out the 5 crankshaft bearing caps.

      Note

      Take care not to damage the contact surface of the crankshaft bearing cap and cylinder block sub-assembly.

    19. A01WW2H

      Measure the Plastigage at its widest point.

      Standard Oil Clearance
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 and 3 journals 0.020 to 0.038 mm (0.000787 to 0.00150 in.)
      No. 2, 4 and 5 journals 0.032 to 0.050 mm (0.00126 to 0.00197 in.)
      Maximum Clearance
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 and 3 journals 0.048 mm (0.00189 in.)
      No. 2, 4 and 5 journals 0.060 mm (0.00236 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, use an over size bearing and correct or regrind the crankshaft so that the oil clearance is as shown in the table below.

      Oil Clearance (Use for Over Size Bearing)
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 1 and 3 journals 0.021 to 0.061 mm (0.000827 to 0.00240 in.)
      No. 2, 4 and 5 journals 0.033 to 0.073 mm (0.00130 to 0.00287 in.)

      Tech Tips

      Make sure to replace the upper and lower main bearings as one set.

    20. Completely remove the Plastigage.

    21. If replacing a crankshaft bearing, replace it with one that has the same number. If the number of the crankshaft bearing cannot be determined, select the correct crankshaft bearing by adding together the numbers imprinted on the cylinder block sub-assembly and crankshaft, then refer to the appropriate crankshaft bearing number. There are 7 sizes of standard crankshaft bearings, marked "1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6" and "7" accordingly.

      A01WPLKE01
      Text in Illustration
      *a Cylinder Block Sub-assembly
      *b Crankshaft
      *c No. 1
      *d No. 2
      *e No. 3
      *f No. 4
      *g No. 5
      *h No. 1 and No. 5 Journal Bearings
      *i No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 Journal Bearings
      *j Upper
      *k Lower
      *l 20.5 mm (0.807 in.)
      *m 22.5 mm (0.886 in.)
      *n Number Mark
      *o Front

      EXAMPLE

      Cylinder block main journal bore diameter "1" (A) + Crankshaft main journal diameter "2" (B) = Total number 3 (use bearing "3" (C))

      No. 1 to No. 5 on Cylinder Block
      Cylinder Block (A) Crankshaft (B) Use Bearing (C)
      "1" "0" "1"
      "1" "2"
      "2" "3"
      "3" "4"
      "4" "5"
      "2" "0" "2"
      "1" "3"
      "2" "4"
      "3" "5"
      "4" "6"
      "3" "0" "3"
      "1" "4"
      "2" "5"
      "3" "6"
      "4" "7"
      Standard Cylinder Block Main Journal Bore Diameter (A)
      Item Mark Specified Condition
      No. 1 and 3 journals "1" 79.000 to 79.006 mm (3.11023 to 3.11047 in.)
      "2" More than 79.006 to 79.012 mm (more than 3.11047 to 3.11070 in.)
      "3" More than 79.012 to 79.018 mm (more than 3.11070 to 3.11094 in.)
      No. 2, 4 and 5 journals "1" 79.000 to 79.006 mm (3.11023 to 3.11047 in.)
      "2" More than 79.006 to 79.012 mm (more than 3.11047 to 3.11070 in.)
      "3" More than 79.012 to 79.018 mm (more than 3.11070 to 3.11094 in.)
      Standard Crankshaft Main Journal Diameter (B)
      Item Mark Specified Condition
      No. 1 and 3 journals "2" More than 74.994 to 75.000 mm (more than 2.95251 to 2.95275 in.)
      "3" More than 74.988 to 74.994 mm (more than 2.95228 to 2.95251 in.)
      "4" 74.982 to 74.988 mm (2.95204 to 2.95228 in.)
      No. 2, 4 and 5 journals "0" More than 74.994 to 75.000 mm (more than 2.95251 to 2.95275 in.)
      "1" More than 74.988 to 74.994 mm (more than 2.95288 to 2.95251 in.)
      "2" 74.982 to 74.988 mm (2.95204 to 2.95228 in.)
      Standard Crankshaft Bearing Center Wall Thickness (C)
      Item Mark

      Specified Condition

      (for Upper Bearing)

      Specified Condition

      (for Lower Bearing)

      No. 1 and 5 journal bearings "1" More than 1.987 to 1.990 mm (more than 0.07823 to 0.07835 in.) More than 1.975 to 1.978 mm (more than 0.07776 to 0.07787 in.)
      "2" More than 1.990 to 1.993 mm (more than 0.07835 to 0.07846 in.) More than 1.978 to 1.981 mm (more than 0.07787 to 0.07799 in.)
      "3" More than 1.993 to 1.996 mm (more than 0.07846 to 0.07858 in.) More than 1.981 to 1.984 mm (more than 0.07799 to 0.07811 in.)
      "4" More than 1.996 to 1.999 mm (more than 0.07858 to 0.07870 in.) More than 1.984 to 1.987 mm (more than 0.07811 to 0.07823 in.)
      "5" More than 1.999 to 2.002 mm (more than 0.07870 to 0.07882 in.) More than 1.987 to 1.990 mm (more than 0.07823 to 0.07835 in.)
      "6" More than 2.002 to 2.005 mm (more than 0.07882 to 0.07894 in.) More than 1.990 to 1.993 mm (more than 0.07835 to 0.07846 in.)
      "7" More than 2.005 to 2.008 mm (more than 0.07894 to 0.07905 in.) More than 1.993 to 1.996 mm (more than 0.07846 to 0.07858 in.)
      No. 2, 3 and 4 journal bearings "1" More than 1.975 to 1.978 mm (more than 0.07776 to 0.07787 in.) More than 1.987 to 1.990 mm (more than 0.07823 to 0.07835 in.)
      "2" More than 1.978 to 1.981 mm (more than 0.07787 to 0.07799 in.) More than 1.990 to 1.993 mm (more than 0.07835 to 0.07846 in.)
      "3" More than 1.981 to 1.984 mm (more than 0.07799 to 0.07811 in.) More than 1.993 to 1.996 mm (more than 0.07846 to 0.07858 in.)
      "4" More than 1.984 to 1.987 mm (more than 0.07811 to 0.07823 in.) More than 1.996 to 1.999 mm (more than 0.07858 to 0.07870 in.)
      "5" More than 1.987 to 1.990 mm (more than 0.07823 to 0.07835 in.) More than 1.999 to 2.002 mm (more than 0.07870 to 0.07882 in.)
      "6" More than 1.990 to 1.993 mm (more than 0.07835 to 0.07846 in.) More than 2.002 to 2.005 mm (more than 0.07882 to 0.07894 in.)
      "7" More than 1.993 to 1.996 mm (more than 0.07846 to 0.07858 in.) More than 2.005 to 2.008 mm (more than 0.07894 to 0.07905 in.)
  31. INSPECT CONNECTING ROD THRUST CLEARANCE

    Click here

  32. INSPECT CONNECTING ROD OIL CLEARANCE


    1. Install the crankshaft bearing Click here.

    2. Install the crankshaft Click here.

    3. A01WUKIE04
      Text in Illustration
      *a Plastigage

      Lay a strip of Plastigage across the crank pin.

    4. A01WQICE05
      Text in Illustration
      *a Protrusion
      B0018FC Front

      Install the connecting rod cap so that its protrusion is facing the correct direction.

      Note

      Match the numbered connecting rod cap with the connecting rod.

    5. Apply a light coat of engine oil to the threads of the connecting rod cap bolts.

    6. A01WRS7

      Step 1:

      Tech Tips


      • The connecting rod bearing cap bolts are tightened in 2 progressive steps.

      • If any connecting rod bearing cap bolt is broken or deformed, replace it.


      1. Install and alternately tighten the connecting rod cap bolts of the connecting rod cap in several steps.

        Torque:
        35 N*m  { 357 kgf*cm, 26 ft.*lbf }
    7. A01WVDCE12
      Text in Illustration
      *a Front
      *b Painted Mark

      Step 2:


      1. Mark the front side of each connecting rod cap bolt with paint.

      2. Tighten the bearing cap bolts in step 1 90°.

    8. Remove the 2 bolts, connecting rod cap and lower bearing.

    9. A01WUSA

      Measure the Plastigage at its widest point.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.024 to 0.042 mm (0.000945 to 0.00165 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.052 mm (0.00205 in.)

      If the oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the connecting rod bearings. If necessary, replace the crankshaft.

    10. Completely remove the Plastigage.

    11. If replacing a connecting rod bearing, replace it with one that has the same number marked on the connecting rod. There are 5 sizes of standard connecting rod bearings, marked "1 ", "2", "3", "4" and "5" accordingly.

      Text in Illustration
      *a Crankshaft
      *b Connecting Rod
      *c Connecting Rod Bearing
      *d No. 1 and No. 2
      *e No. 3 and No. 4
      *f No. 5 and No. 6
      *g No. 7 and No. 8
      *h Number Mark

      Select the correct connecting rod bearing by adding together the number marks imprinted on the connecting rod and crankshaft.

      EXAMPLE

      Connecting rod "1" (A) + Crank pin "2" (B) = Total number 3 (use bearing "3" (C))

      A01WVHVE01
      Standard Connecting Rod Big End Inside Diameter (A)
      Mark Specified Condition
      "1" 58.000 to 58.006 mm (2.28346 to 2.28370 in.)
      "2" More than 58.006 to 58.012 mm (more than 2.28370 to 2.28393 in.)
      "3" More than 58.012 to 58.018 mm (more than 2.28393 to 2.28417 in.)
      Standard Crankshaft Pin Diameter (B)
      Mark Specified Condition
      "0" More than 54.994 to 55.000 mm (more than 2.16511 to 2.16535 in.)
      "1" More than 54.988 to 54.994 mm (more than 2.16488 to 2.16511 in.)
      "2" 54.982 to 54.988 mm (2.16464 to 2.16488 in.)
      Standard Bearing Center Wall Thickness (C)
      Mark Specified Condition
      "1" More than 1.485 to 1.488 mm (more than 0.05846 to 0.05858 in.)
      "2" More than 1.488 to 1.491 mm (more than 0.05858 to 0.05870 in.)
      "3" More than 1.491 to 1.494 mm (more than 0.05870 to 0.05882 in.)
      "4" More than 1.494 to 1.497 mm (more than 0.05882 to 0.05894 in.)
      "5" More than 1.497 to 1.500 mm (more than 0.05894 to 0.05910 in.)
    12. Remove the crankshaft Click here.

    13. Remove the crankshaft bearing.

  33. INSPECT NO. 1 TIMING CHAIN


    1. A01WTJYE13
      Text in Illustration
      *a Measuring Area

      Using a spring scale, pull the No. 1 timing chain with a force of 147 N (15 kgf, 33.1 lbf) and measure the length of the No. 1 timing chain using a vernier caliper.

      Maximum chain elongation
      143.95 mm (5.67 in.)

      Note

      Perform the measurement at 3 random places.

      If the elongation is more than the maximum, replace the No. 1 timing chain.

  34. INSPECT NO. 2 TIMING CHAIN


    1. A01WTJYE13
      Text in Illustration
      *a Measuring Area

      Using a spring scale, pull the No. 2 timing chain with a force of 147 N (15 kgf, 33.1 lbf) and measure the length of the No. 2 timing chain using a vernier caliper.

      Maximum chain elongation
      143.95 mm (5.67 in.)

      Note

      Perform the measurement at 3 random places.

      If the elongation is more than the maximum, replace the No. 2 timing chain.

  35. INSPECT FUEL SUPPLY PUMP SHAFT SPROCKET


    1. A01WWOY

      Wrap the No. 1 timing chain around the sprocket place for the No. 1 timing chain.

    2. Using a vernier caliper, measure the fuel supply pump shaft sprocket with the No. 1 timing chain.

      Minimum gear diameter (with No. 1 timing chain)
      101.55 mm (4.00 in.)

      Tech Tips

      The vernier caliper must contact the No. 1 timing chain rollers for the measurement.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the No. 1 timing chain and fuel supply pump shaft sprocket.

    3. A01WRUU

      Wrap the No. 2 chain around the sprocket place for the No. 2 timing chain.

    4. Using a vernier caliper, measure the fuel supply pump shaft sprocket with the No. 2 timing chain.

      Minimum gear diameter (with No. 2 timing chain)
      101.55 mm (4.00 in.)

      Tech Tips

      The vernier caliper must contact the No. 2 timing chain rollers for the measurement.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the No. 2 timing chain and fuel supply pump shaft sprocket.

  36. INSPECT NO. 1 CAMSHAFT TIMING SPROCKET


    1. A01WWLN

      Wrap the No. 1 timing chain around the No. 1 camshaft timing sprocket.

    2. Using a vernier caliper, measure the No. 1 camshaft timing sprocket diameter with the No. 1 timing chain.

      Minimum gear diameter (with No. 1 timing chain)
      134.90 mm (5.31 in.)

      Tech Tips

      The vernier caliper must contact the No. 1 timing chain rollers for the measurement.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the No. 1 timing chain and No. 1 camshaft timing sprocket.

  37. INSPECT NO. 2 CAMSHAFT TIMING SPROCKET


    1. A01WPFH

      Wrap the No. 2 timing chain around the No. 2 camshaft timing sprocket.

    2. Using a vernier caliper, measure the No. 2 camshaft timing sprocket diameter with the No. 2 timing chain.

      Minimum gear diameter (with No. 2 timing chain)
      134.90 mm (5.31 in.)

      Tech Tips

      The vernier caliper must contact the No. 2 timing chain rollers for the measurement.

      If the diameter is less than the minimum, replace the No. 2 timing chain and No. 2 camshaft timing sprocket.

  38. INSPECT NO. 1 IDLE GEAR SHAFT OIL CLEARANCE


    1. A01WR33

      Using a micrometer, measure the No. 1 idle gear shaft diameter.

      Standard idle gear shaft diameter
      44.947 to 44.975 mm (1.770 to 1.771 in.)
    2. A01WW8H

      Using a caliper gauge, measure the inside diameter of the idle gear assembly.

      Standard idle gear inside diameter
      45.000 to 45.025 mm (1.772 to 1.773 in.)
    3. Subtract the No. 1 idle gear shaft diameter measurement from the idle gear assembly inside diameter measurement.

      Standard oil clearance
      0.025 to 0.078 mm (0.000984 to 0.00307 in.)
      Maximum oil clearance
      0.078 mm (0.00307 in.)

      If the thrust oil clearance is more than the maximum, replace the No. 1 idle gear shaft and idle gear assembly as a set.

  39. INSPECT NO. 1 CHAIN TENSIONER ASSEMBLY


    1. A01WT1ZE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Plunger
      *b Stopper Plate

      Move the stopper plate clockwise to release the lock. Push the plunger and check that it moves smoothly.

      If necessary, replace the No. 1 chain tensioner assembly.

  40. INSPECT NO. 2 CHAIN TENSIONER ASSEMBLY


    1. A01WT1ZE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Plunger
      *b Stopper Plate

      Move the stopper plate clockwise to release the lock. Push the plunger and check that it moves smoothly.

      If necessary, replace the No. 2 chain tensioner assembly.

  41. INSPECT NO. 1 CHAIN TENSIONER SLIPPER


    1. A01WTSOE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Depth

      Measure the worn depth of the No. 1 chain tensioner slipper.

      Maximum depth
      1.0 mm (0.0394 in.)

      If the depth is more than the maximum, replace the No. 1 chain tensioner slipper.

  42. INSPECT NO. 2 CHAIN TENSIONER SLIPPER


    1. A01WTSOE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Depth

      Measure the worn depth of the No. 2 chain tensioner slipper.

      Maximum depth
      1.0 mm (0.0394 in.)

      If the depth is more than the maximum, replace the No. 2 chain tensioner slipper.

  43. INSPECT NO. 1 CHAIN VIBRATION DAMPER


    1. A01WUZ3E02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Depth

      Measure the worn depth of the No. 1 chain vibration damper.

      Maximum depth
      1.0 mm (0.0394 in.)

      If the depth is more than the maximum, replace the No. 1 chain vibration damper.

  44. INSPECT NO. 2 CHAIN VIBRATION DAMPER


    1. A01WUZ3E02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Depth

      Measure the worn depth of the No. 2 chain vibration damper.

      Maximum depth
      1.0 mm (0.0394 in.)

      If the depth is more than the maximum, replace the No. 2 chain vibration damper.

  45. INSPECT NO. 1 OIL NOZZLE SUB-ASSEMBLY


    1. A01WRT4

      Push the check valve with a pin to check if it is stuck.

      If stuck, replace the No. 1 oil nozzle sub-assembly.

    2. Push the check valve with a pin to check if it moves smoothly.

    3. A01WVKTE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Air

      While covering A, apply air into B. Check that air does not leak through C. Perform the check again while covering B and applying air into A.

      If air leaks, clean or replace the No. 1 oil nozzle sub-assembly.

    4. A01WWCJE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Air
      B0018FC Push

      Push the check valve while covering A, and apply air into B. Check that air passes through C. Perform the check again while covering B, pushing the check valve and applying air into A.

      If air does not pass through C, clean or replace the No. 1 oil nozzle sub-assembly.

  46. INSPECT NO. 1 INTAKE MANIFOLD FOR FLATNESS


    1. A01WSBDE03
      Text in Illustration
      *a No. 3 Intake Manifold Side
      *b Cylinder Head Side

      Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the No. 1 intake manifold and No. 3 intake manifold, and the No. 1 intake manifold and cylinder head.

      Maximum Warpage
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 3 intake manifold 0.10 mm (0.00394 in.)
      Cylinder head 0.10 mm (0.00394 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the No. 1 intake manifold.

  47. INSPECT NO. 2 INTAKE MANIFOLD FOR FLATNESS


    1. A01WSBDE03
      Text in Illustration
      *a No. 3 Intake Manifold Side
      *b Cylinder Head Side

      Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the No. 2 intake manifold and No. 3 intake manifold, and the No. 2 intake manifold and cylinder head.

      Maximum Warpage
      Item Specified Condition
      No. 3 intake manifold 0.10 mm (0.00394 in.)
      Cylinder head 0.10 mm (0.00394 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the No. 2 intake manifold.

  48. INSPECT NO. 3 INTAKE MANIFOLD FOR FLATNESS


    1. A01WUTKE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a Intake Pipe Side
      *b Intake Manifold Side

      Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the No. 3 intake manifold and No. 1 intake manifold, the No. 3 intake manifold and No. 2 intake manifold, and the No. 3 intake manifold and intake pipe.

      Maximum Warpage
      Item Specified Condition
      Intake pipe 0.10 mm (0.00394 in.)
      No. 2 and No. 3 intake manifold 0.15 mm (0.00591 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the No. 3 intake manifold.

  49. INSPECT EXHAUST MANIFOLD FOR FLATNESS


    1. A01WPCLE02
      Text in Illustration
      *a RH
      *b LH

      Using a precision straightedge and feeler gauge, measure the warpage of the contact surface between the exhaust manifold and cylinder head.

      Maximum warpage
      0.80 mm (0.0315 in.)

      If the warpage is more than the maximum, replace the exhaust manifold.