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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

1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Helix Power Tower PLUS Installation Manual

1. Remove the air cleaner duct from throttle body. 2. Unbolt the throttle linkage from the intake plenum by unbolting the single 12mm-sized bolt. 3. Unbolt the lower vacuum line from intake plenum. Remove the four bolts (some models may have bolt/stud combination, either case they all need to be removed) from the intake manifold. 4. Separate throttle body from the intake plenum and remove the OE gasket. Place the Helix Power Tower PLUS (engraved side towards throttle body) with the new gaskets in between the throttle body and the intake plenum. Secure with the new longer bolts supplied with this kit. On 2003-2004 models you will need to use the longer 8mmx110mm bolts to complete the installation. Torque the assembly to 15 ft/lbs. 5. Install the throttle linkage extender plate to plenum (original stock location) with OE bolt. Please make sure the roll pin of the plate is in locator hole on plenum. Reinstall the throttle linkage to the extender plate and use the supplied hardware to secure it to the new extender plate. Torque both bolts to 10 ft/lb. 6. Install new vacuum line extender (black z-bend bracket) to original location with OE bolt and install vacuum line bracket to this extender with the supplied hardware. Torque both bolts to 8 ft/lb. (Note: it may be necessary to lengthen the linkage cable and vacuum line from the intake plenum anchor points) 7. Reinstall the air cleaner duct to the throttle body.


INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1. Disconnect battery negative cable. 2. Disconnect throttle body from Mass Air Flow Sensor boot and disconnect all lines from throttle body (linkage, water, vacuum, etc.). 3. Remove linkage attachments from plenum and move out of the way. Disconnect plenum from runners and remove (it is not necessary to remove throttle body from plenum). You may need to loosen lower runner bolts in order to free plenum. 4. Remove runners from baseplate and loosen, but do not remove the fuel rails. 5. Trial fit your new intake runners prior to final installation on your vehicle. This way you can get a “feel”for what goes where and why. NOTE: Because of varying O.E.M. fuel line routing, some material may need to be removed from the runners in order to clear the fuel lines. Check for clearance before installing onto engine. 6. Thoroughly clean the flange surfaces of the plenum, runners, and baseplate and remove any remaining gasket material. Use rags or paper towels in the open ports to make sure your intake system is kept free of all foreign objects (i.e., dirt, gasket material, etc.). 7. Place runners into position on the baseplate making sure to use the proper runner/gasket on the proper side and start bolts. 8. Tighten down fuel rails and place plenum into position. Start bolts, but do not tighten (make sure proper gaskets are used). 9. Align plenum and runners and tighten all runner and plenum bolts. 10. Reconnect all connections and linkage to the throttle body and reconnect the throttle body to Mass Air Flow Sensor boot. If clearance is a problem, it may be necessary to discard the original steel hard line which runs from the O.E.M. baseplate to a rubber hose connecting to the charcoal canister and replace with a rubber hose. On the passenger’s side of the engine, discard the original hard line (if so equipped) which ran from the valve cover vent to the throttle body and replace with 3/8″ rubber hose if necessary for clearance. 11. Check and top off any lost coolant, reconnect battery, and start engine and run briefly, monitoring the “check engine”light. Turn off engine and check installation for any leaks or abnormalities

2000 Cadillac Catera Timing Belt Service and Repair Manual

Timing Belt Replacement TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT Removal Procedure ^ Tools Required -J 42069 Timing Belt Alignment Kit -J 42098 Crank Hub Torx Socket Notice: Failure to follow the described timing belt inspection and maintenance may result in a broken timing belt and cause severe engine damage. 1.Inspect the cold start counter (also called a heavy duty register) with a scan tool. If there are any cold starts (below -28° C or -20° F) visually inspect the timing belt for cracks. It cracks are noted, do not reuse the belt. Replace the belt and clear the cold start counter. If the belt is okay, and is reused, do not clear the cold start counter. 2.Remove the intake air resonator. Refer to Intake Air Resonator Replacement in Powertrain Management. 3.Remove the intake plenum. Refer to Intake Plenum Replacement. 4.Remove the timing belt cover. Refer to Timing Belt Cover Replacement. 5.Remove the crankshaft balancer bolts. 6.Remove the crankshaft balancer from the crankshaft sprocket. 7.Rotate the crankshaft clockwise to 60 degrees Before Top Dead Center (BTDC) 8.Install the J 42069-10 to the crankshaft sprocket with the knurled bolt. 9.Use the J 42098 to carefully turn the crankshaft in the engine rotational direction (clockwise) until the lever of the J 42069-10 firmly contacts the water pump pulley flange. 10.Secure the moveable lever of the tool to the water pump pulley flange. Important: Ensure that the crankshaft is not 180 degrees off TDC. The reference marks on the camshaft gears should be aligned with the corresponding notches on the rear timing belt cover at this point. If they are not aligned, the engine is 180 degrees off. 11.Install the J 42069-1 and the J 42069-2 to the camshaft gears. If the J 42069-1 or the J 42069-2 do not fit into the teeth of the camshaft gears, it may be necessary to loosen the relevant timing belt idler pulley and turn the cam until the J 42069-1 or the J 42069-2 can be inserted. Notice: After timing belt is removed, never turn camshaft and crankshaft independently. If turned, interference may occur among pistons and valves, and parts related to pistons and valves may be damaged. 12.Loosen the timing belt tensioner and idler pulleys. Important: Do not remove J 42069-1 and the J 42069-2 while the belt is removed. 13.Remove the timing belt. Installation and Initial Adjustment Procedure ^ Tools Required -J 42069 Timing Belt Alignment Kit -J 42098 Crank Hub Torx Socket

Kia Sorento/ Sedona Throttle Position Sensor W/ 3.5L Engine (Fuel System) Service Procedure

Replacement Procedure: 1. Turn ignition OFF. Remove engine cover and disconnect electrical connector from TP Sensor. 2. Remove two (2) retaining screws from TP Sensor and remove from throttle body. 3. Install new TP Sensor to throttle body. Install retaining screws and hand tighten lightly. Adjustment will be required. Re-install electrical connector to TP Sensor. 4. Install Global Diagnostic System. a. Select “System Option” b. Select “Idle RPM Adjust Mode” c. Apply Parking Brake 5. Select Neutral position and place engine in idle condition with A/C OFF. 6. Remove rubber plug and adjust using instructions provided on screen. Set Base idle between 800~900 rpm Adjust TPS: 7. Using the GDS scan tool, monitor current data using two (2) parameters: • Closed Throttle Position Switch • Throttle Position Voltage Value 8. Open throttle by hand very slowly until idle switch status switches to OFF. Note the TPS voltage value. Voltage:____________________________ 9. Close throttle and record the TPS voltage. oltage:____________________________ Closed throttle voltage should be 30~65mV less than the voltage noted in step eight (8). Adjust TP Sensor and repeat test as required. WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION: 10. Tighten TP Sensor screws as required. Torque is 12~18 inch lbs. Verify switching of throttle switch with throttle plate movement. 11. Install engine cover. 12. Clear any stored DTC which may have set during service procedure. Remove GDS tool from vehicle