Head Gaskets and Valve Covers
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What is an easy way to remove a motorcycle cylinder head?
It depends on the type of motorcycle. Dirt bike, cruiser,
sportbike? 2-stroke or 4-stroke?
theres only one way to take off the cylinder head....you can
take off the cylinder and the head together but it wou be much
easier taking off the head first
Asked in Mercedes-Benz 190-Series
How do you remove cylinder head from 1991 Mercedes Benz 190e 2.3?
Asked in Jeep Cherokee Laredo, Jeep Wrangler
How do you change lifters on a 1995 jeep cherokee Laredo?
How do you remove a cylinder head?
Asked in VW GTI, DIY Projects
How do you change a head gasket on a golf gti 20 valve?
Asked in Chevy G20
How do you repair a head gasket 1994 Chevy G20 van?
Where are the spark plugs located on a kawasaki ZX7 motorcycle?
first, take off the mirrors and upper fairing support (10mm), remove the front and rear seats, remove the four bolts holding down the fuel tank, (2X10mm) (2X8mm),remove the fuel tank, remove the airbox and filter, you will see the cylinder head exposed, you will see the 4 wires and plug caps going down into the cylinder head, these are where the 4 plugs are located, hope this helps
Asked in Head Gaskets and Valve Covers
Is it acceptable to remove a cylinder head while hot?
Asked in Renault
How do you remove cylinder head on Renault traffic?
How do you replace lifters on 1998 Jeep Cherokee with a 4.0l 6 cylinder?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, DIY Projects
How do you remove cylinder head on a astra 1.7cdti?
Asked in Miscellaneous Vehicles, Mazda Trucks
How is a cylinder Head removed from a Mazda B2200 2.2 4 cylinder engine?
This is an overhead cam engine which means you must remove the imiong belt in order to remove the cylinder head. That of course means you must be able to get back on correctly. This is not a job for a novice. The basics: Remove the air cleaner, valve cover, timing belt cover, timing belt, Rocker shafts, Cam, Ehast manifold, intake, cylinder head.
How do you replace cylinder head how to remove cylinder head from 95 Pontiac 3.1 liter?
well first you have to remove the intake, i am not too familiar with this engine, if it is a dual overhead cam engine, you will have to remove the timing chain, or belt. then you should be able to remove the valve cover, then the cylinder head bolts, and then it should pop right off, oh yeah, drain the coolant first thing, if it is a in block style cam, you will have to remove the push rods( take off valve cover, loosen rocker arms, remove push rods) then you can remove the head bolts, and then the cylinder head. If you are not an experienced mechanic, i would have the local shop do it. it requires a lot of tools, and to get it done properly, a lot know how.