Step-2: Remove Return Pipe Remove the heater core coolant return pipe from the top of the water pump. Remember to isolate the positive battery cable away from other metal objects until you can disconnect the driver side. At this time the air conditioning system needs to be evacuated. Step-8: Remove Hose Clamp On the driver-side cylinder head, remove the high-pressure hose clamp at the cylinder head underneath the fuel filter restriction sensor. I know what I am doing, just feel lucky I let you read about it.
Set the gap on the new plugs to whatever it says on youremissions decal on the radiator support. Step-2: Remove Oil Pump Pick-up Tube When removing the oil pan you notice the oil pump pick-up tube. Step-14: Remove Stand Pipe Once the oil filter housing is removed, the oil filter stand pipe needs to be removed. Some evidence also suggests that the failure rate is more excessive at spark plugs located on the rear of the engine and problematic on the right rear passenger side. Step-3: Remove Rubber Tube Professional Mechanic Tip Loosen the clamp of the rubber inlet tube at the turbo and remove the rubber tube.
Remove oil pump pick-up tube support bracket nut at top of main bearing cap. But, in my prime, I had 8 employees. Whatever works best for you is good. Could still go many ways. So go on and leave, no one forced you to be here. Step-5: Remove Degas Bottle Remove the bolts that hold the degas bottle to the passenger-side inner fender wheel using a 10-mm socket. This way, all bolt-on accessories are removed.
Remove the small Torx screw at the rear of the stand pipe and twist. During the reassembling process, use a new oil pickup tube O-ring to prevent oil leaks. For some unknown reason, the engine dropped both of the exhaust valves causing catastrophic damage middle and bottom. Further---- This is my son's truck. But in the earlier 1994 to 1997 models, you simply have to work around the radiator support.
Step-13: Remove Engine Bracket With the accessories and pulleys removed from the passenger-side engine bracket, you can now remove the engine bracket by removing the bolts with a 13-mm socket. The 2003 model year is somewhat different from later models, as it was the first year for this engine and, as the year models progressed, so did the changes and updates. Cylinder Heads Step-1: Remove Cylinder Head Bolts The rocker boxes are held by the cylinder head bolts. The turbo has to come out before the engine can clear the windshield cowl panel. I can say that Rex is short sighted.
. Don't be surprised if there is rust and junk in them. Step-7: Remove Lower Radiator Hose Remove the lower radiator hose from the water pump housing. After removing the bolt, you need a special tool to remove the damper right. Remove the upper oil pan and the oil pump pick-up tube from the bottom of the engine right.
The engine can now be removed. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Remove these bolts so the cylinder head can be removed left. Next remove the brace from the power steering reservoir to thermostat housing. I read an article about them and it led me to their website.
Replacing the high-pressure pump is not a suitable repair for an oil leak. Step-5: Remove Relay Bracket Bolts Remove the bolts that hold the glow plug relay bracket to the passenger-side cylinder head. Step-4: Remove Motor Mount Studs Looking underneath inside the crossmember, use a 19-mm socket to remove the nuts from the studs of the motor mounts. After years of service, oil residue from the turbo tends to form a puddle in this bend of the inlet tube causing delamination. In this picture, you can get an idea of how the air conditioning compressor is mounted to the engine.
Step-10: Remove Crankcase Breather Take a Phillips screwdriver and remove the screws that attach the engine crankcase breather to the valve cover. The tensioner pulley is on a spring-loaded cam that applies tension to the belt. Step-2: Remove Flywheel Next remove the flywheel or flexplate. When he first cracked the differential open someone thought the smell was a fire, when the fire department got there, guess who's door they were knocking on? Step-2: Turn Belt Tensioner Pulley Professional Mechanic Tip After loosening the clutch fan from the water pump, you can remove the drive belt by turning the belt tensioner pulley. Makes no real diffrence anyway.