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2004 Chevrolet Aveo SPARK PLUG REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 2. Loosen the 4 bolts and remove the engine cover. Fig. 117: Identifying Spark Plug & Wire Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 3. Remove the spark plug wires from the spark plugs. Refer to Spark Plug Wire Replacement . 4. Remove the spark plugs from the engine. Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 2. Loosen the 4 bolts and remove the engine cover. Fig. 117: Identifying Spark Plug & Wire Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 3. Remove the spark plug wires from the spark plugs. Refer to Spark Plug Wire Replacement . 4. Remove the spark plugs from the engine. Fig. 118: Identifying Spark Plug & Wire Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. NOTE: Be sure plug threads smoothly into cylinder head and is fully seated. Use a thread chaser if necessary to clean threads in cylinder head. Cross- threading or failing to fully seat spark plug can cause overheating of plug, exhaust blow-by, or thread damage. Follow the recommended torque specifications carefully. Over or under-tightening can also cause severe damage to engine or spark plug. 2. Install the spark plugs to the engine. Tighten: Tighten the spark plugs to 25 N.m (18 lb ft). 3. Install the spark plug wires to the spark plugs. Refer to Spark Plug Wire Replacement . Fig. 119: Identifying Cover Screws Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 4. Install the engine cover and tighten the 4 bolts. Tighten: Tighten the engine cover bolts to 3 N.m (31 lb in).

2004 Kia Sorento EX TIMING BELT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION TIMING BELT Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine cover. Using 16-mm spanner wrench, rotate serpentine belt tension arm clockwise about 14 degrees to relieve belt tension. Remove serpentine drive belt. Remove power steering pump pulley, idler pulley, tensioner pulley and crankshaft pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. See Fig. 1 or Fig. 2 . 2. Ensure timing marks of camshaft sprocket and cylinder head cover are matching. See Fig. 5 . On Sedona, support engine with jack and remove engine mounting insulator. On all models, remove auto tensioner. See Fig. 3 . 3. Unbolt timing belt tensioner pulley, and remove timing belt. CAUTION: This application is an interference engine. Do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft when timing belt is removed, or engine damage may occur. NOTE: Rotate crankshaft clockwise and align timing mark to set No. 1 cylinder to TDC on compression stroke. NOTE: If timing belt is to be reused, mark rotational direction on belt for reinstallation reference. CAUTION: If either camshaft is set at TDC for cylinder No. 1 at the compression stroke and the corresponding camshaft on the same cylinder head is rotated 180 degrees while the timing belt is removed, intake and exhaust valves may contact each other Inspection Inspect timing belt for wear on edges of drive teeth. Inspect the belt for signs of oil contamination, cracks, separation, worn or missing teeth, or hardened Black surface. Replace belt if worn, damaged or contaminated. Inspect belt tensioner pulley for smooth rotation. Replace if defective. Check timing belt auto tensioner for leaks. Replace if necessary. Installation 1. Install timing belt idler pulley to engine support lower bracket. Install tensioner arm, shaft and washer to cylinder block. Tighten tensioner arm bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . 2. Install crankshaft sprocket and align timing mark. See Fig. 4 . Install camshaft sprocket and adjust installation positions as shown. See Fig. 5 and Fig. 6 . Install auto tensioner to oil pump case. Ensure that

2004 Toyota Camry Disc Brake System Service/ Repair Manual

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OVERHAUL HINT: Overhaul the RH side by the same procedures with LH side. REMOVE FRONT WHEEL 1. DRAIN BRAKE FLUID NOTICE: Wash off the brake fluid immediately if it comes into contact with a painted surface. 2. DISCONNECT FRONT FLEXIBLE HOSE 3. Remove the union bolt and a gasket from the disc brake cylinder, then disconnect the flexible hose from the disc brake cylinder. a. REMOVE DISC BRAKE CYLINDER ASSY FR LH 4. Remove the 2 bolts and disc brake cylinder. a. REMOVE DISC BRAKE PAD KIT FRONT (PAD ONLY) 5. Remove the 2 brake pads with anti-squeal shim. a. 6. Remove the 2 anti-squeal shims from each of 2 brake pads . a. Using a screwdriver, remove the wear indicator from each of 2 brake pads . b. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE PAD SUPPORT PLATE 7. Remove the upper side front disc brake pad support plate. a. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE PAD SUPPORT PLATE 8. Remove the bottom side front disc brake pad support plate. a. 10. Remove the cylinder slide bush from the cylinder slide pin. a. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE BUSH DUST BOOT 11. Remove the 2 bush dust boots from the disc brake cylinder mounting. a. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE CYLINDER MOUNTING LH 12. Remove the 2 bolts and disc brake cylinder mounting LH. a. 13. Using a screwdriver, remove the set ring and cylinder boot. a. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE PISTON 14. Place a piece of cloth or similar, between the piston and the disc brake cylinder. a. Use compressed air to remove the piston from the disc brake cylinder. CAUTION: Do not place your fingers in front of the piston when using compressed air. NOTICE: Do not spatter the brake fluid . b. 2004 Toyota Camry L4-2.4L (2AZ-FE) REMOVE PISTON SEAL 15. Using a screwdriver, remove the piston seal from the disc brake cylinder. NOTICE: Do not damage the inner cylinder and the cylinder groove. a. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE BLEEDER PLUG CAP 16. REMOVE FRONT DISC BRAKE BLEEDER PLUG 17. INSPECT BRAKE CYLINDER AND PISTON Check the cylinder bore and piston for rust and scoring 18.

2004 Toyota Prius EV (Electric Vehicle) Button Installation Instructions

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Time and Difficulty: I found the install to be moderately difficult and pretty time-consuming (about 3 hours) ; others have found it simple and report they have done it in as little as 30 minutes. Your experience will depend on your familiarity with the tools and electronics. I, personally, found insertion of the connection pin into the HV ECU plug to be difficult and almost got the first pin irrevocably stuck in the slot. I spent quite a bit of time with that part alone. I also found threading the wire behind the dash to be fairly tricky. I think the average person, not encountering any problems, could do this job in about 1-1½ hours. Procedure in Brief: 1) Remove bottom cover of steering wheel 2) Locate and unplug flasher plug 3) Open plug and remove 1-3 unused connector pins 4) Reattach steering wheel cover 5) Dismantle part of dash (vents) and remove lower glove box 6) Locate HV ECU (gray plugs) and remove lower plug 7) Solder wire to connector pin and insert into ECU plug (#27) 8) Splice EV button ground wire into ECU plug ground wire (#1) 9) Plug ECU plug back into the ECU 10) Thread wire behind dash to opening near dimmer switch 11) Attach switch to cover and solder wires in place 12) Reassemble the dash 13) Test Procedure in Detail: *Review ALL steps before proceeding and be sure you understand all terms used and you’ve looked at all diagrams and pictures. 1) Remove the bottom cover of the steering wheel by releasing the steering wheel adjustment handle and unscrewing the silver screw in that recess. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 4 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 Then, turn the steering wheel 90 degrees right and remove the black screw that becomes visible on the right side of the steering column. Then turn the wheel 180 degrees left (90 degrees from normal position) and remove the black screw on the left side of the steering column. Carefully pull down on the lower portion of the steering column cover until it releases. Mine was a bit stiff/stuck to the upper part and you may need to carefully use a butter knife or screwdriver to start prying them apart. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 5 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 2) Locate and unplug the white flasher plug visible just on the left side of the bottom of the steering column. 3) 2 little clips keep a cover locked in place. Pull those apart and remove the cover. Inside you’ll see lines of silver connector pins–some with wires attached, some without. You should remove between 1 and 3 of those pins–2 is probably safe, 3 might be better, since if you plan to install an OEM button at some point, you’ll probably need more pins for that. (You need one pin for the procedure, but it’s handy to have a back-up.) To remove the pins, you can use your paper clip to start the process of sliding them out, and then they just pull right out. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 6 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 Stick them to a piece of tape or put them somewhere secure so you can find them later. Snap the cover back into place, and plug the flasher plug back in. 4) Replace the steering wheel cover by reversing the process. Be sure everything’s aligned properly and that there are no gaps. 5) Now you’ll need to dismantle part of the dash to get access to the ECU and other areas. First, open the top and bottom glove box doors. Squeeze the inside sides of the lower glove box together to get the catches past the portion of the dash frame that keeps the door from falling all the way open. Then pull the entire door straight toward you – it will unclip from the hinges at the bottom of the glove box. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 7 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 You may also need to unclip the little hydraulic piston that keeps the door from falling open too quickly. Next, grasp the bottom of the silver vent piece next to the glove box. Pull it toward you firmly. It should unclip at the bottom first. Then pull the whole unit straight out

Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Illuminated, DTCs P0300-P0306, Engine Runs Rough (Inspect for Water Intrusion in Spark Plug Recess Area, Replace Spark Plug and Ignition Coil, Seal Ign Coil Bolt Hole)

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1. Observe the Misfire Current Counters parameter with a scan tool, in order to determine the affected cylinder(s). 2. Remove the air cleaner resonator and outlet duct. Refer to Air Cleaner Resonator and Outlet Duct Replacement in SI. 3. Disconnect the engine wiring harness electrical connectors from the affected ignition coil(s). Refer to Ignition Coil Replacement in SI. 4. Remove the ignition coil bolt(s) and ignition coil(s) from the camshaft cover. Refer to Ignition Coil Replacement in SI. Note: If water is observed in ANY of the spark plug recess areas, then it will be necessary to apply Loctite® 565 PST Thread Sealant* to ALL of the ignition coil bolt hole vents and bolt threads. 5. Inspect for water intrusion in the spark plug recess areas. Warning: Wear safety glasses when using compressed air, as flying dirt particles may cause eye injury. 6. If any water is present, then remove the water from the spark plug recess areas with low pressure air. 7. Remove the affected spark plug(s) from the cylinder head. Refer to Spark Plug Replacement in SI. 8. Replace ONLY the affected spark plug(s) with new spark plug(s) as needed into the cylinder head. Refer to Spark Plug Replacement in SI. 9. Fill the bottom of the ignition coil bolt hole vent with Loctite® 565 PST Thread Sealant* as indicated in the illustration, and apply it to the ignition coil bolt threads also. 10. Replace ONLY the affected ignition coil(s) with new ignition coil(s) as needed. Refer to Ignition Coil Replacement in SI. 11. Connect the engine wiring harness electrical connectors to the ignition coil(s). Refer to Ignition Coil Replacement in SI. 12. Replace the air cleaner resonator and outlet duct. Refer to Air Cleaner Resonator and Outlet Duct Replacement in SI. 13. Clear the DTCs with a scan tool.