Caution Cover the hose connection with rags to prevent splash of fuel that could be caused by some residual pressure in the fuel pipe line. Drive shaft Left side , 14. Thrust earing lO bearing to the planetary carrier. The intake valves are 33 mm 1. Torque converter control valve 43. Then, using torque wrench, tighten to specification.
Front console assembly Refer to. Battery tray with washer tank assembly 4. Connection for return tube for press. Valve Seat Insert Oversizes Seat insEt ,ke;ght H Cylinder head I. Removal and Installation of Transmission Pipe Refer to P. For the 1990 model year, the rocker arms were changed to a roller design. Engine life seems to be good, with many of these motors reaching 200,000 to 300,000 miles.
Self-lockrng nut connecting lower arm ball joint to knuckle 5. Also check connector connection and terminal insertion. Replace if wear is evident or height difference exceeds the limit. Then from about 25 feet in front of and behind see if any of your wheels look like they are tilting in at the top. Slit Spring pin Shift rail 201034 46. Connector: Disconnected Repair the harness.
Fog light bracket corner 2. Rear clutch slipping 2nd speed shift not finish Check connectors of pulse generators A and B. Air pipe m -- 3. Front seat assembly Power seat switch removal steps 7. If this vehicle is towed, use wheel lift or flat bed equip- ment.
If the solders are not crushed, use larger dia. Removal steps of control switches 20. Insert the turbocharger end of air intake hose C completely. Rear hub unit bearing C a u t i o n Rear hub unit bearing cannot be disassembled. If element is slightly clogged, remove dust by blowing air from inside of element.
Trouble Spots Brakes Description: Either of the front brake hoses can break under full-lock steering maneuvers when the suspension is also at its maximum travel, and dealers will replace them with revised hoses. A toothed timing belt is used. Oil pump case Oil cooler by-pass valve 21. Boot ring Pad kit Seal and boot kit 12. Damage and breakage Check paper lining on cone I.
The operating principle is described below. Battery voltage Result Non-Turbo When applied Vacuum leaks Vacuum is maintained When discontinued Turbo When applied Vacuum is maintained When discontinued. The primer is used to strengthen bonding pow- er. If not, replace the control unit. Drive pinion front bearing outer race Drive pinion height adjustment 20. Snap ring 3rd speed gear 19. With improper sealing, a water leakage mark may be observed around hole.
Caution Cover the hose connection with rags to prevent splash of fuel that could be caused by some residual pressure in the fuel pipe line. Damper clutch control spring 56. Press the button a few times and check to be sure that the selector lever moves smoothly. Push glass against the outer stabilizer of the door belt line outer weatherstrip and insert cloth or the like between the door inner panel and glass. Check the brake hoses for cracks, damage and leakage.