I just did this job & visited the dealer. It's not the crank pulley. The mechanic was very helpful & printed out the info. w/pictures. Chilton & Hayes books have lousy pictures of this job. The water pump is on the pulley which appears to be an idler pulley. Most of the work have to be done from underneath the car. The mechanics have a name for it, TJMF.(the Japanese mother f..) The pictures shown are looking up from below, but they don't tell you this.
You just follow the instructions in the book, once you located the pump. Actually this is on my local free library auto service site. Access is with library card No. The same info. is in the books.
The pump has on the discharge side a pipe w/a round seal or oring on it. You need to replace this & put silicone sealer on it. The Japanese have this weird part, called intake manifold stayput which keeps the pipe in place at the other end. In my case there were 3 bolts instead of the 2 the book mentioned. I've removed them & this plate. I've removed the 3 hold down bolts from the pump. Now I could wiggle the pump, so the pipe would separate. Replaced the oring w/sealer. The suction side of the pump was metal to metal flat w/a groove on the pump side. I saw no oring, because this is less pressure. I scraped it clean & put silicone sealer on it & replaced the pump. Made sure the discharge pipe fits in & had to play with it. It worked & put everything back.
12 valve engine: front above the crank pulley 24 valve engine: behind the starter.
Yes, along with the belts, intake, crank pulley, timing chain cover, timing chain, and chain guides.
there are no marks on the gears the back of the camshafts have a notch in them. If you will need to set the cams take the valve cover off. The intake cam (fire wall side or left if at front of motor) point the first 2 lobes at the fire wall take a small wrench and put i in the notch to hold the cam still. this cam is set The exhaust cam (front of car or right if at front of motor) point the first 2 lobes to the front of the car place another wrench in the notch. this cam is set Now The Crank take the crank pulley off point the keeper key right at 12 o clock of the motor ( the motor is slightly slanted) this should be tdc. remove the wrenches put valve cover on and crank pulley To put your belt on loosen the tensoner pulley remove the top idler pulley (under the exhaust cam) slide the belt on the cams. Put the pulley back on then remove the wrenches put valve cover on and the crank pulley. Put the serpentine belt on and you my friend are ready to go.
2001 chevy cavalier 2.2L VIN-4 If chain broke or jumped: Remove right front tire and fender skirt. Remove serpentine belt and belt tensioner. Remove crank pulley and pull off pulley mount from crank. Remove the 10 mm bolts around timing chain cover remove two bottom studs on cover that pass threw oil pan use the two nuts on them as jam nuts on the studs. Studs must be removed. Carefully pry off cover. Remove cam shaft pulley remove chain, reinstall pulley(without chain) and turn cam shaft until cam shaft mark points to center of tensioner bracket. (I removed valve cover to make sure the two push rods for #1 cyl.were relaxed (They turned with two fingers). Turn crank place #1 cyl. t.d.c with crank. timing mark pointing @ center of the chain tensioner bracket.The mark is on the crank pulley a small circle on the gear, the keyway for the gear will be at the 12 o'clock posisition. Remove cam pulley again place new chain over crank gear while sliding cam pulley back on. Tighten cam pulley insure both gear marks still are aligned with bracket center and each other .Connect battery Test run for 5 sec. with covers off.Disconnect battery when engine starts and sounds normal. Now put everything back together.Go to http://www.jasperengines.com/pdf/GM2.2TimingTB.pdf to see timing marks and alignment.
replaced crank case valve location at valve cover
Valve clearance is .008 in at normal operating temperature.
Lift the car on axle stands and remove the driver side wheel and the splash cover which covers the crank pulley. Remove the air box and the plastic cover covering the cam shaft cogs. Remove the fan belt by using a 16mm socket on the tensioner and pushing towards the rear of the car. Remove the crank pulley. (jam a screwdriver through the slot and undo). Replace the bolt from the cam shaft pulley (without the pulley) and crank the engine (clockwise only) until the marks on the cam shaft cogs directly face each other. Use a cam lock to hold these cogs in place. Release the cam belt tensioner with a torx driver and remove the belt. turn the crank (clockwise only) until the mark on the crank cog lines up with the mark on the plastic casing. Replace the belt and re-tension. Remove the cam lock and turn the engine (clockwise only) two full turns and re-check the alignment and the tensioner. Replace all parts in reverse order and you are good to go.
water pump .(gasket,intake,hose)
its the hose coming off of the valve cover that's the egr valve
To remove the power steering pump, you will have to disconnect the air control valve hoses( two of them buttom of pump) then the retun hose. then the high presure hose. the pulley well have to be removed before you can remove the pump. the way to remove the pulley is by removing a nut that holds the pulley in place. then to frace the pulley off the pump use a ball joint separater tool between the pump and the pulley and hammer it until the pulley slides off. then unblot it form the bracket.
how does the 83 tercel thermostatic vacuum switching valve work
You more than likely have a clogged egr port. Remove the EGR valve and clean the ports going to the engine with carb cleaner.
Remove the throttlebody to get access to the 2 torq, screws.
The PCV valve is on top of the valve cover. Should be a hose connected to it.
hi there, these vehicles have a problem with the crank pulley flogging out on the crank... causing incorrect valve timing.. this is mainly due to the incorrect torque being applied to the crank bolt during the timing belt change.. i have seen numourous examples of this in my trade.. hope this helps..
remove the spark plug cover. and the valve cover to reach it its right under the cam pulley
Remove the 4 valve cover bolts. Remove valve cover. Remove 4 intake runner bolts. Remove 2 bolts from intake manifold vacuum equalizer tube. Remove 4 exhaust nuts. Mark belt cog position with whiteout on cam gear and crank ear for re-installation purposes. Loosen timing tensioner belt and remove belt. Separate exhaust from head and studs. Remove 6 head bolts. Remove gasket and clean gasket mounting surfaces. Install is reverse of removal. Installing belt requires realigning previously mentioned marks. Other valve timing procedures are available for timing belt reinstalling Misalignment of crankshaft pulley to cam pulley can cause valves to bend when attempting to start engine. Carburetors must now be resynchronized for optimal running performance.
a 93 tercel which most likey has a the stock 3e-e engine doesnt have an egr system.
there is a notch on the cambelt cover , you need to align the cam pulley mark to the cover and then on the crank shaft there is an arrow it must face the groove on the oil sump
This job should take between 4 - 5 hrs (Depending how difficult crankshaft pulley is to remove.) 1. Disconnect battery. 2. Drain coolant, save in clean bucket if clean to reuse. 3. Remove Radiator 4. Set No 1 piston on TDC. on firing stroke. Clearance on both inlet and exhaust valves. **Do not remove when set.** Verify crankshaft pulley mark lines with 0 deg mark on lower cover. 5. Loosen water pump & alternator drive belts. Remove them from c\shaft pulley. 6. Place vehicle in 1st gear for manual, park for Auto, remove crankshaft pulley nut. Might need helper to brake front wheels, Nut is torqued at 90lbs ft. 7. Special pulley puller is needed to remove c\shaft pulley, secure and remove pulley. 8. Remove upper and lower timing covers (10mm bolts). 9. Loosen center tensioner belt pulley bolt, pull back, and tighten to hold in place. 10. Without moving crankshaft and camshaft remove timing belt guide and the timing belt. 11. Inspect, clean and replace all worn parts, & fit new seals. Assembly is the reverse of disassembly. Torque all fasteners to specifications. Set timing belt tension correctly. Ensure valve timing is correct by checking marks line up thro 2 crankshaft revolutions
2001 chevy cavalier 2.2L VIN-4 If chain broke or jumped: Remove timing chain cover(may help to remove two bottom studs on cover that pass threw oil pan use the two nuts on them as jam nuts on the studs). Put #1 cyl. t.d.c with crank. timing mark pointing @ center of the chain tensioner bracket. Remove cam shaft pulley remove chain, reinstall pulley(without chain) and turn cam shaft until cam shaft mark also points to center of tensioner bracket. (I removed valve cover to make sure the two push rods for #1 cyl. were relaxed (They turned with two fingers)Remove cam pulley again place new chain over crank gear while sliding cam pulley back on. Tighten cam pulley insure both gear marks still are aligned with bracket center.Connect battery Test run for 5 sec. with covers off.Disconnect battery when engine starts and sounds normal. Now put everything back together
There are two cam pulleys on cylinder head each pulley has two marks Exhaust and Intake , the left pulley is for intake cam so intake mark should face the plastic valve cover notch (cylinder head cover) , the right pulley mark (exhaust) , should face the other notch , crank pulley faces the needle . I hope it may help
just bring the car to the trusted mechanic....