Torque the cover bolts, in a crisscross pattern, to 55 inch lbs. Connect the exhaust pipe at the exhaust manifold by installing the stud nuts. Be careful not to damage the air injection tubes if the engine is equipped with an air pump. Install the valve tappets, pushrods, pushrod cover, oil pump shaft and gear assembly and the fuel pump. In addition to specific parts replacement procedures and complete specifications for your individual engine, this information also is a guide to accept rebuilding procedures. Drain the cooling system by opening the draincocks at the bottom of the radiator and the lower right side of the cylinder block. Remove the cylinder head cover valve cover , the gasket, the rocker arm assembly, and the pushrods.
All specifications are in accord with the Engineering Specifications and should be adhered to in all work on the vehicle. Be sure to hold a wrench on the end of the puller screw to prevent it from turning. Lift the engine from the vehicle. Remove the front support cushion and bracket assemblies from the engine. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity. To check the accuracy of the original indicator reading, continue to rotate the crankshaft until the indicator reads zero. Remove the engine from the vehicle.
Disconnect the air pump and power steering pump brackets from the left cylinder head. Position the cover on the head within 10 minutes of applying the sealer. Remove the cylinder head bolts and lift the head s from the cylinder block. Install the camshaft rear bearing bore plug. These are pretty large sized files 30-40 megs each. This leads to plug fouling and consequently to misfiring.
Penetrating oil can be used to free frozen threads. Place a jack under the transmission and support the weight of the transmission. Remove the wires one at a time and number them so you won't cross them when you replace them. This Mechanic's Manual is a ready reference for use of shop mechanics in the adjustment and maintenance of Willys-Overland cars and trucks, also for the Service Salesman so that he may better describe necessary repair work in his contracts with car owners. With the expanding collet collapsed, install the collet assembly in the camshaft bearing and tighten the back-up nut on the expanding mandrel until the collet fits the camshaft bearing. If equipped with a manual transmission, install the upper bolts that secure the clutch housing to the engine. If they are not going to be replaced, clean the plugs thoroughly.
Disconnect the windshield wiper vacuum hose at the fuel pump. Diagnosis, disassembly, repair, assembly, and installation procedures along with specifications and torque references are included in each section. In this case, no tools at all are required. Torque the nuts to 35 ft. The longer the insulator or the farther it extends into the engine , the hotter the plug will operate; the shorter the insulator the cooler it will operate. It will give you the detailed instructions to help you change your own brake pads and shoes, tune-up the engine, replace spark plugs and filters, and do many more jobs that will save you money, give you personal satisfaction and help you avoid expensive problems.
Evacuate, charge and leak test the refrigerant system. Connect the wires to the distributor and oil pressure sending unit. Many can be rented for a one-time use from a local parts jobber or tool supply house specializing in automotive work. The crankshaft rides in 5 main bearings. Tighten the pulling nut against the thrust bearing and pulling plate to remove the camshaft bearing. Remove the cylinder head bolts, the cylinder head and gasket from the block. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature.
Loosen the alternator and remove the drive belts. The first two segments of this guide will be the most used, since they contain maintenance and tune-up information and procedures. Disconnect the temperature sending unit wire. Remove the cylinder head gasket from the head or the block. The average life of a spark plug is dependent on a number of factors; the mechanical condition of the engine; the type of fuel; driving conditions; and the driver. Mark the main bearing caps. Disconnect the engine ground strap.
Remove the spark plug wires from the cable bracket that is mounted to the rocker arm cover. Thoroughly clean the gasket mating surfaces. Remove the crankshaft pulley and vibration damper. This manual is 345 pages, 8. Although the manufacturer does not specifically address these bolts, experience has shown that they must coated with sealant prior to installation in order to prevent leakage. Remove the remaining bolts securing the transmission bell housing to the engine.