11B-0-1
ENGINE
6G7 SERIES
<From 2002>
CONTENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-0-3
1. SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-1
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-1
REWORK DIMENSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-4
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-5
SEALANTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-9
FORM-IN-PLACE GASKET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-1-10
2. SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-2-1
3. ALTERNATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-3-1
4. CONTROL AND EGR SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-4-1
5. INTAKE AND IGNITION SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-5-1
6. TIMING BELT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-6-1
7.WATER PIPE AND WATER HOSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-7-1
8. FUEL SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-8-1
9. EXHAUST MANIFOLD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-9-1
10. ROCKER ARMS AND CAMSHAFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-10-1
11. ROCKER ARMS AND CAMSHAFT <GDI> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-11-1
12. CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-12-1
13. OIL PAN AND OIL PUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-13-1
14. PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-14-1
15. CRANKSHAFT, FLYWHEEL AND DRIVE PLATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11B-15-1
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
11B-0-2
NOTES
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
6G7 ENGINE – General Information
11B-0-3
GENERAL INFORMATION
6G72
Descriptions
6G72 12-valve
6G72 24-valve
Type
60_ OHV, SOHC
60_ OHV, DOHC
Number of cylinders
6
6
Combustion chamber
Compact type
Pentroof type
Total displacement dm3
2,972
2,972
Cylinder bore mm
91.1
91.1
Piston stroke mm
76.0
76.0
Compression ratio
8.9
9.0
Opens
(BTDC)
19_
19_*1, 11_*2
Closes
(ABDC)
59_
45_*1, 49_*2
Opens
(BBDC)
59_
49_
Closes
(ATDC)
19_
15_
Lubrication system
Pressure feed, full-flow filtration
Pressure feed, full-flow filtration
Oil pump type
Trochoid type
Trochoid type
Cooling system
Water-cooled forced circulation
Water-cooled forced circulation
Water pump type
Centrifugal impeller type
Centrifugal impeller type
Valve timing
Intake
valve
Exhaust
valve
*1: Except for Hong Kong
*2: For Hong Kong
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Nov.
1995
Feb. 2004
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-L
Revised
11B-0-4
6G7 ENGINE – General Information
6G74
Descriptions
6G74 24-valve
6G74 24-valve-GDI
Type
60_ OHV, SOHC
60_ OHV, DOHC
Number of cylinders
6
6
Combustion chamber
Pentroof type
Pentroof+curved top piston type
Total displacement dm3
3,497
3,497
Cylinder bore mm
93.0
93.0
Piston stroke mm
85.8
85.8
Compression ratio
9.0
10.4
Opens
(BTDC)
13_*1, 5_*2
8_*3, 12_*4
Closes
(ABDC)
55_
52_*3, 48_*4
Opens
(BBDC)
51_
52_*3, 48_*4
Closes
(ATDC)
17_
8_*3, 12_*4
Lubrication system
Pressure feed, full-flow filtration
Pressure feed, full-flow filtration
Oil pump type
Trochoid type
Trochoid type
Cooling system
Water-cooled forced circulation
Water-cooled forced circulation
Water pump type
Centrifugal impeller type
Centrifugal impeller type
Valve timing
Intake
valve
Exhaust
valve
*1: Up to 2002 model
*2: From 2003 model
*3: For Europe
*4: For Hong Kong
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Feb. 2004
PWEE9061-L
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – General Information
11B-0-5
6G75
Descriptions
6G75 24-valve
Type
60_ OHV, SOHC
Number of cylinders
6
Combustion chamber
Pentroof type
Total displacement dm3
3,828
Cylinder bore mm
95.0
Piston stroke mm
90.0
Compression ratio
9.5*1, 10.0*2
Valve timing
Intake
valve
Exhaust
valve
Opens
(BTDC)
5_
Closes
(ABDC)
55_
Opens
(BBDC)
51_
Closes
(ATDC)
17_
Lubrication system
Pressure feed, full-flow filtration
Oil pump type
Trochoid type
Cooling system
Water-cooled forced circulation
Water pump type
Centrifugal impeller type
*1: Except for Taiwan
*2: For Taiwan
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Nov.
1995
Apr. 2003
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-K
Added
11B-1-1
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
1. SPECIFICATIONS
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Standard
Limit
Except PAJERO (V63W, V65W,
V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W)
3.8–4.5
–
PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W,
V73W, V75W, V77W)
4.8–5.5
–
Auto-tensioner rod projection length mm
12
–
Auto-tensioner rod pushed-in amount (when pushed with a force of
98–196N) mm
1.0 or less
–
12-valve
41.25
40.75
24-valve
Timing belt
Auto-tensioner rod length mm
Rocker arms and camshaft
Camshaft cam height mm
Intake
37.58*1,
37.39*2
37.08*1, 36.89*2
Exhaust
37.14*3, 36.95*4
36.64*3, 36.45*4
Intake
35.20*5, 34.85*6
34.70*5, 34.35*6
Exhaust
34.91
34.41
12-valve
34.5
–
24-valve
45
–
GDI
26
–
12-valve
Less than 0.05
0.2
24-valve, GDI
Less than 0.03
0.2
Cylinder head grinding limit of gasket surface
(including grinding of cylinder block gasket surface) mm
–
0.2
Cylinder head overall height mm
12-valve
84
–
24-valve
120
–
GDI
132
–
Intake
1.2
0.7
Exhaust
2.0
1.5
Intake
1.0
0.5
Exhaust
1.2
0.7
Intake
1.0
0.5
Exhaust
1.5
1.0
Intake
102.97
102.47
Exhaust
102.67
GDI
Camshaft journal outside
di
diameter
t mm
Cylinder head and valves
Cylinder head Flatness of gasket
surface
f
mm
Valve thickness of valve head
(margin)
(
i ) mm
12-valve
24-valve
GDI
Valve overall height mm
12-valve
24-valve
GDI
Valve stem outside diameter mm
Intake
110.30*8
111.80*7, 109.80*8
Exhaust
114.11*7, 112.11*8
113.61*7, 111.61*8
Intake
102.28
101.78
Exhaust
101.40
100.90
6.6
–
6.0
–
12-valve, GDI
24-valve
*1:
102.17
112.30*7,
6G72 (Except for Hong Kong)
For 6G74 and 6G75
Except for Hong Kong *7: For 6G72 and 6G74
*2: 6G72 (For Hong Kong) and 6G74, 6G75 *4: For 6G72
*6: For Hong Kong
*8: For 6G75
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*3:
Apr. 2003
*5:
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-2
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Standard
Limit
Intake
0.03–0.06
0.10
Exhaust
0.05–0.09
0.15
Intake
0.02–0.05
0.10
Exhaust
0.04–0.06
0.15
Intake
0.02–0.05
0.10
Exhaust
0.04–0.07
0.15
43.5_–44_
–
12-valve
49.8
48.8
24-valve
51.0
50.0
GDI
47.2
46.2
12-valve
323/40.4
–
24-valve
216/44.2
–
GDI
230/37.9
–
Valve spring out of squareness
2_ or less
4_
Valve seat contact width mm
0.9–1.3
–
12-valve, GDI
6.6
–
24-valve
6.0
–
14.0
–
12-valve
41.65
42.15
24-valve
49.30
49.80
Intake
47.10
47.60
Exhaust
46.60
47.10
Oil pump tip clearance mm
0.03–0.08
–
Oil pump side clearance mm
0.04–0.10
–
Oil pump body clearance mm
0.10–0.18
0.35
6G72
91.1
–
6G74
93.0
–
6G75
95.0
–
No.1 ring
0.03–0.07
–
No. 2 ring
0.02–0.06
–
Valve stem to guide clearance
mm
12-valve
24-valve
GDI
Valve face angle
Valve spring free height mm
Valve spring load/installed height
N/mm
Valve guide internal diameter
mm
Valve guide projection mm
Valve stem projection mm
GDI
Oil pump and oil pan
Pistons and connecting rods
Piston outside diameter mm
Piston ring side clearance mm
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-3
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Standard
Limit
0.25–0.35*1
0.8
0.30–0.45*2
0.8
0.25–0.40*3
0.8
0.30–0.45*4
0.8
6G75
0.25–0.40
0.8
6G72
0.35–0.50*1
0.8
0.45–0.60*2
0.8
0.35–0.50*3
0.8
0.45–0.60*4
0.8
6G75
0.35–0.50
0.8
6G72
(For
Hong Kong),
6G74, 6G75
0.10–0.35
1.0
6G72
(Except for
Hong Kong)
0.20–0.60
1.0
Piston pin O.D. mm
22.0
–
Piston pin press-in load (at room temperature) N
7,350–17,200
–
Crankshaft pin oil clearance mm
0.02–0.05
0.1
Connecting rod big end side clearance mm
0.10–0.25
0.4
0.05–0.25
0.4
Piston ring out gap clearance mm
No.1 ring
6G72
6G74
No. 2 ring
6G74
Oil ring
Crankshaft, flywheel and drive plate
Crankshaft end play mm
Crankshaft journal outside
diameter mm
6G72
60.0
–
6G74, 6G75
64.0
–
Crankshaft pin outside
diameter mm
6G72
50.0
–
6G74, 6G75
55.0
–
Crankshaft journal oil clearance mm
0.02–0.05
0.1
Piston to cylinder clearance mm
6G72, 6G75
0.02–0.04
0.1
6G74
0.03–0.05
0.1
Cylinder block flatness of gasket surface mm
0.05
0.1
Cylinder block grinding limit of gasket surface mm
(Total resurfacing depth of both cylinder head and cylinder block)
–
0.2
Cylinder block overall height mm
6G72
210
–
6G74, 6G75
228
–
6G72
91.1
–
6G74
93.0
–
6G75
95.0
–
0.01
–
Cylinder bore inside diameter
mm
Cylinder block cylindricality mm
*1: For Hong Kong
*2: Except for Hong Kong
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*3: From 2003 model GDI
*4: SOHC, 2002 model GDI
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-4
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
REWORK DIMENSIONS
Item
Standard
Limit
0.05 O.S.
13.05–13.07
–
0.25 O.S.
13.25–13.27
–
0.50 O.S.
13.50–13.52
–
0.05 O.S.
11.05–11.07
–
0.25 O.S.
11.25–11.27
–
0.50 O.S.
11.50–11.52
–
0.05 O.S.
12.05–12.07
–
0.25 O.S.
12.25–12.27
–
0.50 O.S.
12.50–12.52
–
0.3 O.S.
44.30–44.33
–
0.6 O.S.
44.60–44.63
–
0.3 O.S.
38.30–38.33
–
0.6 O.S.
38.60–38.63
–
0.3 O.S.
34.30–34.33
–
0.6 O.S.
34.60–34.63
–
0.3 O.S.
31.80–31.83
–
0.6 O.S.
32.10–32.13
–
0.3 O.S.
37.80–37.83
–
0.6 O.S.
38.10–38.13
–
0.3 O.S.
34.80–34.83
–
0.6 O.S.
35.10–35.13
–
0.3 O.S.
36.30–36.33
–
0.6 O.S.
36.60–36.63
–
0.3 O.S.
33.30–33.33
–
0.6 O.S.
33.60–33.63
–
Cylinder head and valves
Cylinder head oversize valve
guide hole diameter mm
12-valve
24-valve
GDI
Oversize valve seat ring hole
diameter mm
12-valve
Intake
Exhaust
24-valve
(6G72
(6G72,
6G74)
Intake
Exhaust
24-valve
(6G75)
Intake
Exhaust
GDI
Intake
Exhaust
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-5
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Nm
Alternator
Accessory mount bolt (M10 x 1.25)
44"10
Accessory mount bolt (M10 x 1.5)
41"8
Accessory mount bolt (M12)
74"9
Accessory mount stay bolt (M8)
24"4
Accessory mount stay bolt (M10)
49"9
Alternator bolt <12-valve>
14"1
Alternator bolt <24-valve> (M8)
23"3
Alternator bolt <24-valve> (M10)
49"5
Alternator nut
23"2
Alternator cover bolt (M6)
10"2
Alternator cover bolt (M8)
13"2
Auto tensioner bolt (Flange)
24"4
Auto tensioner bolt (Washer)
44"10
Cooling fan bolt
11"1
Cooling fan bracket bolt <12-valve> (M8)
42"8
Cooling fan bracket bolt <12-valve> (M10)
75"10
Cooling fan bracket bolt <24-valve>
41"8
Cooling fan pulley bolt
11"1
Crankshaft bolt
185"5
Drive belt tensioner pulley nut
49"10
Engine hanger bolt
17"2
Fan clutch bolt
11"1
Idler pulley bolt
44"10
Tensioner pulley bolt
44"10
Tensioner bracket bolt (Flange)
24"3
Tensioner bracket bolt (M8 washer)
19"3
Tensioner bracket bolt (M10 washer)
42"8
Tensioner bracket stay bolt
24"3
Timing indicator bolt
11"1
Oil filler bolt <12-valve>
9"1
Oil filler bolt <24-valve>
22"4
Power steering pump bracket bolt
44"10
Control and EGR system
EGR valve bolt <12-valve>
22"4
EGR valve bolt <24-valve (Except 6G75 for Taiwan)>
21"4
EGR valve bolt <6G75 for Taiwan>
24"3
EGR pipe bolt
18"2
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Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-6
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Nm
EGR pipe flare nut
18"2
Vacuum pipe and hose bolt
10"2
Vacuum pipe and hose bolt
10"2
Solenoid valve bolt
9"1
Intake and ignition system
Air intake fitting bolt
18"2
Air intake plenum bolt, nut <Except 6G75>
18"2
Air intake plenum bolt (M6) <6G75>
9"1
Air intake plenum bolt (M8) <6G75>
18"2
Air intake plenum nut
9"1
Air intake plenum stay bolt (M8)
18"2
Air intake plenum stay bolt (M10)
36"6
Boost sensor bolt
5"1
Bracket bolt
24"3
Center cover bolt
3.0"0.5
Distributor nut
14"1
Engine hanger bolt
17"2
Ignition coil assembly bolt <12-valve>
24"5
Ignition coil assembly bolt <24-valve for L200>
24"5
Ignition coil assembly bolt <24-valve except for L200>
11"1
Ignition coil bolt <GDI and 6G75>
10"2
Ignition failure sensor bolt
5"1
Intake manifold nut
22"1
MDP sensor bolt
5"1
Power transistor bolt
18"2
Spark plug
25"5
Throttle body bolt
12"1
Throttle body stay bolt
18"2
Water outlet fitting bracket bolt
14"1
Timing belt
Alternator stay bolt
25"4
Auto tensioner bolt
23"3
Cam position sensor bolt
11"1
Cam position sensor support bolt
14"1
Cam position sensing cylinder bolt
22"4
Camshaft sprocket bolt
88"10
Crank angle sensor bolt
8.5"0.5
Idler pulley bolt
44"5
Tensioner arm bolt
23"3
Tensioner pulley bolt
48"6
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-7
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Nm
Timing belt cover bolt (M6)
11"1
Timing belt cover bolt (M8)
14"1
Timing belt cover nut
5"1
Timing belt tensioner bolt
26"3
Water pipe and water hose
Engine coolant temperature gauge unit
10.8"1.0
Engine coolant temperature sensor
29"10
Fitting bolt
19"3
Heat pipe bolt
14"1
Thermo switch
8"1
Thermostat case bolt
19"1
Water inlet fitting bolt
24"4
Water outlet fitting bolt <12-valve>
19"1
Water outlet fitting bolt <24-valve>
12"1
Water outlet pipe bolt
14"1
Water passage bolt
19"1
Water pipe bolt (M6)
5"1
Water pipe bolt (M8)
14"1
Water pipe assembly B bolt
5"1
Water pump fitting bolt (M6)
9"1
Water pump fitting bolt (M8)
12"1
Fuel system
Injector and delivery pipe bolt
12"2
Intake manifold nut <12-valve>
18"2
Intake manifold nut <24-valve>
22"1
Flange bolt
24"2
Fuel center pipe bolt
19"3
Fuel feed pipe bolt
19"3
Fuel pipe bolt
9"1
Fuel pressure regurator bolt
9"2
Fuel pump bolt
5³17"2
Water pump bracket bolt
24"3
Injector holder bolt
23"2
Exhaust manifold
Bracket bolt
18"2
Bracket nut
19"3
Oil level gauge guide bolt
14"1
Engine hanger bolt
19"3
Exhaust manifold bolt <12-valve>
19"3
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-8
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Nm
Exhaust manifold bolt <24-valve>
44"5
Exhaust manifold bolt <GDI>
49"5
Heat protector bolt
14"1
Water inlet fitting bolt
12"1
Water pump bolt
24"3
Rocker arms and camshaft
Distributor adaptor bolt
14"1
Rocker arms, rocker arm shaft bolt <12-valve>
20"1
Rocker arms, rocker arm shaft bolt <24-valve>
31"3
Rocker cover bolt <12-valve>
9"1
Rocker cover bolt <24-valve>
3.5"0.5
Thrust case bolt
13"2
Rocker arms and camshaft <GDI>
Beam camshaft cap bolt (M6)
11"1
Beam camshaft cap bolt (M8)
24"2
Rocker cover bolt
3.5"0.5
Cylinder head and valves
Cylinder head bolt
108"5³Back off³108"5
Oil pan and oil pump
Baffle plate bolt <6G72 and 6G74>
11"1
Baffle plate bolt <6G75>
9"2
Cover bolt
11"1
Drain plug
39"5
Oil cooler by-pass valve
54"5
Oil filter bracket bolt <12-valve>
25"2
Oil filter bracket bolt <24-valve for PAJERO> (M8)
24"4
Oil filter bracket bolt <24-valve for except PAJERO> (M8)
23"3
Oil filter bracket bolt <24-valve> (M10)
25"2
Oil level sensor bolt <GDI>
23"3
Oil pan bolt
9"3
Oil pan lower bolt
11"1
Oil pressure switch
10"2
Oil pump case bolt
14"1
Oil pump cover screw
10"2
Oil screen bolt <GDI> (Flange)
5"1
Oil screen bolt <Except GDI> (Flange)
14"1
Oil screen bolt (Washer)
19"3
Relief valve
44"5
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
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PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-9
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
Item
Nm
Pistons and connecting rod
Connecting rod cap nut <12-valve>
51"1
Connecting rod cap bolt <24-valve>
34"2+90_
Crankshaft, flywheel and drive plate
Bearing cap bolt <12-valve>
93"4
Bearing cap bolt <24-valve>
74"4
Bell housing cover bolt
11"2
Detonation sensor bracket bolt
28"2
Drive plate bolt
74"2
Flywheel bolt
74"2
Knock sensor
23"2
Knock sensor bracket bolt
28"2
Oil seal case bolt
11"2
Rear plate bolt
11"2
SEALANTS
Item
Specified sealant
Quantity
Cam position sensor support
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
As required
Engine coolant temperature sensor
3M Nut Locking Part No. 4171 or equivalent
As required
Engine coolant temperature gauge unit
3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
As required
Thermo switch
3M Nut Locking Part No. 4171 or equivalent
As required
Rocker arms, rocker arm shaft
3M Nut Locking Part No. 4171 or equivalent
As required
Rocker cover
3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
As required
Beam bearing cap
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
As required
Oil pump case
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
As required
Oil pan
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
As required
Oil pressure switch
3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
As required
Oil seal case
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
As required
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PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-1-10
6G7 ENGINE – Specifications
FORM-IN-PLACE GASKET
The engine has several areas where the form-in-place gasket (FIPG) is in use. To ensure that the gasket
fully serves its purpose, it is necessary to observe some precautions when applying the gasket. Bead
size, continuity and location are of paramount importance. Too thin a bead could cause leaks. Too thick
a bead, on the other hand, could be squeezed out of location, causing blocking or narrowing of the
fluid feed line. To eliminate the possibility of leaks from a joint, therefore, it is absolutely necessary to
apply the gasket evenly without a break, while observing the correct bead size.
The FIPG used in the engine is a room temperature vulcanisation (RTV) type and is supplied in a 100-gram
tube (Part No. MD970389 or MD997110). Since the RTV hardens as it reacts with the moisture in the
atmospheric air, it is normally used in the metallic flange areas. The FIPG, Part No. MD970389, can
be used for sealing both engine oil and coolant, while Part No. MD997110 can only be used for engine
oil sealing.
Disassembly
The parts assembled with the FIPG can be easily disassembled without use of a special method. In
some cases, however, the sealant between the joined surfaces may have to be broken by lightly striking
with a mallet or similar tool. A flat and thin gasket scraper may be lightly hammered in between the
joined surfaces. In this case, however, care must be taken to prevent damage to the joined surfaces.
Surface Preparation
Thoroughly remove all substances deposited on the gasket application surfaces, using a gasket scraper
or wire brush. Check to ensure that the surfaces to which the FIPG is to be applied is flat. Make sure
that there are no oils, greases and foreign substances deposited on the application surfaces. Do not
forget to remove the old sealant remaining in the bolt holes.
Form-in-Place Gasket Application (FIPG)
When assembling parts with the FIPG, you must observe some precautions, but the procedure is very
simple as in the case of a conventional pre-cut gasket.
Applied FIPG bead should be of the specified size and without breaks. Also be sure to encircle the
bolt hole circumference with a completely continuous bead. The FIPG can be wiped away unless it is
hardened. While the FIPG is still moist (in less than 15 minutes), mount the parts in position. When
the parts are mounted, make sure that the gasket is applied to the required area only.
The FIPG application procedure may vary on different areas. Observe the procedure described in the
text when applying the FIPG.
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Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Special Tools
11B-2-1
2. SPECIAL TOOLS
Tool
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Number
Name
Use
MB990767
End yoke holder
Holding camshaft sprocket
(Used in combination with MD998715)
MB991559
Camshaft oil seal
installer adaptor
Installation of camshaft oil seal (on left bank)
(Used in combination with MD998713)
<SOHC 24-valve>
MD998051
Cylinder head bolt
wrench
Loosening and tightening of cylinder head bolt
MD998442
Air bleed wire
Air bleeding of lash adjuster
MD998443
Auto-lash adjuster
holder
Holding of the lash adjuster to prevent it from
falling when rocker shaft assembly is removed
or installed <SOHC 24-valve>
MD998713
Camshaft oil seal
installer
Installation of camshaft oil seal
MD998714
Circular packing
installer
Installation of circular packing
<6G72 12-valve>
MD998715
Pulley holder pin
Holding camshaft sprocket
(Used in combination with MB990767)
MD998716
Crankshaft wrench
Rotation of crankshaft
Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
11B-2-2
Tool
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6G7 ENGINE – Special Tools
Number
Name
Use
MD998717
Crankshaft front oil
seal
Installation of crankshaft front oil seal installer
MD998718
Crankshaft rear oil
seal installer
Press fitting crankshaft rear oil seal
MD998727
Oil pan remover
Removal of oil pan
MD998729
Valve stem seal
installer
Installation of valve stem seal
<6G72 12-valve>
MD998735
Valve spring
compressor
Compressing the valve springs
MD998761
Camshaft oil seal
installer
Installation of camshaft oil seal
<6G74 GDI>
MD998762
Circular
installer
packing
Installation of circular packing
<6G74 GDI>
MD998763
Valve stem seal
installer
Installation of valve stem seal
<6G74 GDI>
MD998767
Tensioner pulley
Adjustment of timing belt tension
Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Special Tools
Tool
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
11B-2-3
Number
Name
Use
MD998769
Crank pulley
spacer
Cranking the crankshaft to install timing belt
MD998772
Valve spring
compressor
Compressing of the valve springs
MB991999
Valve stem seal
installer
Installation of valve stem seal
<SOHC 24-valve>
MD998780
Piston pin setting
tool
Removal and installation of piston pin
MD998781
Flywheel stopper
Holding flywheel or drive plate
Nov.
1995
Feb. 2004
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-L
Revised
11B-3-1
6G7 ENGINE – Alternator
3. ALTERNATOR
<12-VALVE>
17
14 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
18
13
19
13 ± 2 Nm
12
23 ± 2 Nm
11
24 ± 3 Nm
19 ± 3 Nm
10 ± 2 Nm
7
9
8
44 ± 10 Nm 42 ± 8 Nm
10
6
5
24 ± 3 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm
16
14
185 ± 5 Nm
4
3
15
42 ± 8 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
75 ± 10 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
2
1
Removal steps
1. Drive belt
2. Cooling fan
3. Fan clutch
4. Cooling fan pulley
5. Idler pulley
6. Tensioner pulley
7. Adjusting bolt
8. Adjusting stud
9. Tensioner bracket
10. Cooling fan bracket
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Aug. 1995
2001
11.
12.
13.
AA" "AA 14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Tensioner bracket stay
Alternator cover
Alternator
Crankshaft bolt
Special washer
Crankshaft pulley
Oil filler cap
Oil filler
Tube
Added
11B-3-2
6G7 ENGINE – Alternator
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
10
11
22 ± 4 Nm
12
24 ± 4 Nm
9
49 ± 9 Nm
49 ± 5 Nm
14
13
8
17 ± 2 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm
7
23 ± 3 Nm
41 ± 8 Nm
4
11 ± 1 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm
16
15
6
5
49 ± 10 Nm
3
11 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
1
2
19
17
18
185 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
1. Cooling fan
2. Fan clutch
3. Drive belt
4. Cooling fan pulley
5. Cooling fan bracket
6. Drive belt tensioner pulley
7. Timing indicator
8. Alternator
9. Accessory mount stay
10. Oil filler cap
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Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
AA" "AA 17.
18.
19.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Oil filler
Tube
Engine hanger
Accessory mount
Adjusting bolt
Adjusting stud
Crankshaft bolt
Special washer
Damper pulley
Added
11B-3-3
6G7 ENGINE – Alternator
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W), GDI>
9 <GDI>
44 ± 10 Nm
24 ± 4 Nm
49 ± 9 Nm
49 ± 5 Nm
6
9 <MPI>
24 ± 4 Nm
11
8
7
12
44 ± 10 Nm
23 ± 3 Nm
74 ± 9 Nm
24 ± 4 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm 41 ± 8 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm
4
44 ± 10 Nm
15
13
5
14
41 ± 8 Nm
185 ± 5 Nm
3
11 ± 1 Nm
10
11 ± 1 Nm
2
1
Removal steps
1. Cooling fan
2. Fan clutch
3. Cooling fan pulley
4. Cooling fan bracket
5. Idler pulley
6. Idler pulley
7. Auto tensioner
8. Alternator
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11 ± 1 Nm
9.
10.
11.
12.
AA" "AA 13.
14.
15.
PWEE9061-K
Accessory mount stay
Timing indicator bracket
Accessory mount
Power steering pump bracket
Crankshaft bolt
Crankshaft pulley washer
Damper pulley
Revised
11B-3-4
6G7 ENGINE – Alternator
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
AA" CRANKSHAFT BOLT REMOVAL
With the Special Tool fixed to the drive plate or flywheel,
remove the crankshaft bolt.
7EN0491
Crankshaft
bolt
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
Damper pulley
Washer
Inside chamfered side
Crankshaft
Clean
Degrease
"AA CRANKSHAFT BOLT / WASHER / CRANKSHAFT
PULLEY INSTALLATION
1. Clean the bolt hole in crankshaft bolt and damper pulley’s
seating surface.
2. Degrease the cleaned seating surface of the damper
pulley.
3. Install the damper pulley.
4. Apply oil to the threads of crankshaft bolt and the outer
surface of washer.
5. Install the washer to the crankshaft bolt with its inside
chamfered side toward the bolt head.
6. With the Special Tool fixed to the drive plate or flywheel,
install the crankshaft bolt to the specified torque of 185"5
Nm.
7EN0491
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Nov.
1995
Apr. 2002
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-J
Revised
11B-4-1
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
4. CONTROL AND EGR SYSTEM
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
10 ± 2 Nm
2
3
1
5
4
22 ± 4 Nm
7
6
18 ± 2 Nm
7
Removal steps
1. Breather hose
2. Vacuum pipe
3. Vacuum pipe and hose
4. EGR valve
5. EGR valve gasket
6. EGR pipe
7. EGR pipe gasket
E Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-4-2
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITH VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (PAJERO-6G72)>
11 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
9
11 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
10
5
21 ± 4 Nm
9
11
7
12
8
11 ± 1 Nm
6
2
11 ± 1 Nm
4
3
14
1
59 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
1. PCV hose
2. Breather hose
3. Blow-by hose
4. Vacuum hose
5. Hose
6. Vacuum pipe and hose
<Unleaded gasoline specification>
7. Vacuum pipe and hose
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Feb. 2004
18 ± 2 Nm
13
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PWEE9061-L
Solenoid valve
Vacuum control valve
Vacuum control valve bracket
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
11B-4-3
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITH VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (PAJERO-6G74)>
9 ± 1 Nm
21 ± 4 Nm
9
6
10
7
11 ± 1 Nm
8
11 ± 1 Nm
5
11 ± 1 Nm
4
2
3
12
1
18 ± 2 Nm
59 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
1. PCV hose
2. Breather hose
3. Blow-by hose
4. Vacuum hose
5. Vacuum pipe and hose
6. Solenoid valve
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Feb. 2004
11
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
PWEE9061-L
Vacuum control valve
Vacuum control valve bracket
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Revised
11B-4-4
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITH VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (CHALLENGER)>
9 ± 1 Nm
21 ± 4 Nm
11
12
8
6
7
5
11 ± 1 Nm
9
11 ± 1 Nm
10
11 ± 1 Nm
2
3
4
14
1
59 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
1. PCV hose
2. Breather hose
3. Blow-by hose
4. Vacuum hose
5. Hose
6. Vacuum pipe and hose
7. Vacuum pipe and hose
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Feb. 2004
18 ± 2 Nm
13
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PWEE9061-L
Solenoid valve
Vacuum control valve
Vacuum control valve bracket
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Revised
11B-4-4a
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITHOUT VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (6G75)>
9 ± 1 Nm
9
10
4
12
24 ± 3 Nm
(For Taiwan)
21 ± 4 Nm
(Except for
Taiwan)
11
3
14
18 ± 2 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
2
8
13
6
59 ± 10 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
5
9 ± 1 Nm
7
1
Removal steps
1. PCV hose A
2. PCV hose B
3. Blow-by hose
4. Breather and water hose assembly
5. Fuel return pipe
6. Vacuum pipe and hose assembly
7. Vacuum hose
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Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Solenoid valve assembly
Purge hose assembly
Solenoid valve assembly
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Added
11B-4-5
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITHOUT VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (6G72 and 6G74)>
9 ± 1 Nm
4
10 ± 2 Nm
10
9 ± 1 Nm
21 ± 4 Nm
6
11
12
11 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
2
3
11 ± 1 Nm
5
7
9
8
11 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
14
18 ± 2 Nm
1
13
59 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
1. PCV hose
2. Breather hose
3. Blow-by hose
4. Vacuum pipe and hose <PAJERO
for General Export, GCC–6G72,
Australia, CHALLENGER>
5. Vacuum pipe and hose <PAJERO
for Europe, Brazil, GCC–6G74>
6. Vacuum pipe and hose <L200>
7. Vacuum pipe and hose
<PAJERO (V33V) for GCC, CHALLENGER for Europe, Australia>
8. Vacuum pipe <PAJERO (V63W,
V73W) for GCC–6G72>
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9. Vacuum pipe
10. Solenoid valve <Except for L200
(Up to 2003 model)>
11. EGR valve <Except for L200 (Up
to 2003 model)>
12. EGR valve gasket <Except for
L200 (Up to 2003 model)>
13. EGR pipe <Except for L200 (Up to
2003 model)>
14. EGR pipe gasket <Except for L200
(Up to 2003 model)>
Added
11B-4-6
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE WITHOUT VACUUM CONTROL VALVE (6G75)>
9 ± 1 Nm
11
12
4
13
14
24 ± 3 Nm
(For Taiwan)
21 ± 4 Nm
(Except for
Taiwan)
3
16
18 ± 2 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
2
10
15
6
59 ± 10 Nm
9
8
5
9 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
7
1
Removal steps
1. PCV hose A
2. PCV hose B
3. Blow-by hose
4. Breather and water hose assembly
5. Fuel return pipe
6. Vacuum pipe and hose assembly
7. Vacuum hose
8. Vacuum hose
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Feb. 2004
PWEE9061-L
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Vacuum tank
Solenoid valve assembly
Purge hose assembly
Solenoid valve assembly
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Added
11B-4-7
6G7 ENGINE – Control and EGR System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
5
2
4
6
11 ± 1 Nm
8
5 ± 1 Nm
1
11
3
13
14 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
10
7
9
11 ± 1 Nm
17
18 ± 2 Nm
14
15
16
59 ± 10 Nm
22 ± 4 Nm
12
Removal steps
1. PCV hose A
2. PCV hose B
3. PCV hose C
4. Breather hose
5. Blow-by hose
6. PCV pipe
7. Purge hose
8. Vacuum pipe and hose
9. Solenoid valve
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Feb. 2004
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
PWEE9061-L
Water hose
Water hose
Water hose
Water pipe assembly A
EGR valve
EGR valve gasket
EGR pipe
EGR pipe gasket
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
11B-5-1
5. INTAKE AND IGNITION SYSTEM
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
25 ± 5 Nm
5
1
24 ± 5 Nm
12 ± 1 Nm
2
6
3
14 ± 1 Nm
18 ± 2 Nm
9
4
18 ± 2 Nm
10
18 ± 2 Nm
8
7
11
18 ± 2 Nm
12
13
Removal steps
1. Spark plug cable
2. High tension cable
3. Ignition coil assembly
4. Stay B
5. Spark plug
6. Distributor
7. Air intake plenum stay, front
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Apr. 2003
8.
9.
"BA 10.
11.
12.
13.
PWEE9061-K
Air intake plenum stay, rear
Throttle body
Throttle body gasket
Air intake plenum
Air intake plenum gasket
PCV hose
Revised
11B-5-2
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (6G72 and 6G74), CHALLENGER, L200 (From 2004 model)>
18 ± 2 Nm
5 ± 1 Nm
5 ± 1 Nm
4
3
12 ± 1 Nm
7
18 ± 2 Nm
8
9
14 ± 1 Nm
6
11 ± 1 Nm
10
1
25 ± 5 Nm
14
2
18 ± 2 Nm
11
13
12
5
18 ± 2 Nm
36 ± 6 Nm
Removal steps
1. Ignition coil assembly
2. Ignition power transistor
"CA 3. MDP sensor <For Taiwan>
"CA 4. Boost sensor <For Hong Kong>
5. Air intake plenum stay
6. Water outlet fitting bracket
7. Throttle body
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"BA 8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PWEE9061-K
Throttle body gasket
Air intake fitting
Intake fitting gasket
Intake upper manifold
Air intake plenum gasket
Spark plug cable
Spark plug
Revised
11B-5-3
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR L200 (Up to 2003 model)>
18 ± 2 Nm
13 ± 2 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
12 ± 1 Nm
6
7
14 ± 1 Nm
2
8
3
9
4
24 ± 3 Nm
5
18 ± 2 Nm
10
11
12
25 ± 5 Nm
1
18 ± 2 Nm
36 ± 6 Nm
Removal steps
1. Air intake plenum stay
2. Ignition coil assembly
3. Water outlet fitting bracket
4. Power transistor
5. Bracket
6. Accel cable bracket
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Apr. 2003
7.
"BA 8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
PWEE9061-K
Throttle body
Throttle body gasket
Air intake plenum
Air intake plenum gasket
Spark plug cable
Spark plug
Revised
11B-5-4
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
3.0 ± 0.5 Nm
8
3.0 ± 0.5 Nm
7
10 ± 2 Nm
12 ± 1 Nm
9
4
3
6
5 ± 1 Nm
5
11
10 ± 2 Nm
9
22 ± 1 Nm
18 ± 2 Nm
10
25 ± 5 Nm
12
14 ± 1 Nm
14
13
2
14
1
17 ± 2 Nm
Removal steps
1. Engine hanger
2. Water outlet fitting bracket
3. Throttle body stay
4. Throttle body
"BA 5. Throttle body gasket
6. Center cover, left
7. Center cover, right
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Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
"AA 13.
14.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Ignition coil harness
Ignition coil
Spark plug
Ignition failure sensor
Cone disc spring
Intake manifold
Intake manifold gasket
Added
11B-5-4a
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE (6G75)>
12 ± 1 Nm
5 ± 1 Nm
18 ± 2 Nm
1
5
4
6
9 ± 1 Nm
18 ± 2 Nm
2
10 ± 2 Nm
8
7
36 ± 6 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
3
11
13
9
12
25 ± 5 Nm
10
Removal steps
1. Boost sensor (For Taiwan)
2. Air intake plenum stay
3. Water outlet fitting bracket
4. Throttle body
"BA 5. Throttle body gasket
6. Air intake plenum
7. ICV primary gasket
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Apr. 2003
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
PWEE9061-K
ICV secondary gasket
Induction control valve assembly
Air intake plenum gasket
Spark plug cable
Ignition coil assembly
Spark plug
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Intake and Ignition System
11B-5-5
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
R
"AA INTAKE MANIFOLD INSTALLATION
Tighten the intake manifold mounting nuts in the following
order.
1. Tighten nut (L) on the left bank side to 7 Nm.
2. Tighten nut (R) on the right bank side to the specified
torque.
3. Tighten (L) to the specified torque.
4. Tighten (R) to the specified torque.
5. Tighten (L) to the specified torque.
L
7EN1536
"BA THROTTLE BODY GASKET INSTALLATION
Install the throttle body gasket so that its tab is located at
the position shown.
<12-VALVE>
Tab
7EN1679
<24-VALVE, GDI>
Tab
7EN1680
"CA BOOST SENSOR/MDP SENSOR INSTALLATION
Caution
Do not apply an impact to the sensor. Never use a
dropped sensor.
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PWEE9061-L
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
11B-6-1
6. TIMING BELT
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
25 ± 4 Nm
10
13
12
25 ± 4 Nm
88 ± 10 Nm
9
5
1
11
6
11 ± 1 Nm
4
26 ± 3 Nm
8
7
11 ± 1 Nm
2
3
Removal steps
1. Timing belt front upper cover, right
2. Timing belt front upper cover, left
3. Timing belt front lower cover
AA" "HA 4. Timing belt
5. Timing belt tensioner
6. Tensioner spring
"FA 7. Front flange
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"FA 8. Crankshaft sprocket
AD" "AA 9. Camshaft sprocket bolt
10. Camshaft sprocket
11. Timing belt rear upper cover, left
12. Alternator stay
13. Alternator bracket
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
88 ± 10 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
18
20
17
5
8
11 ± 1 Nm
23 ± 3 Nm
1
10
11
2
44 ± 10 Nm
13
12
15
9
44 ± 5 Nm
14 16
48 ± 6 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
7
3
5 ± 1 Nm
6
8.5 ± 0.5 Nm
4
19
Removal steps
1. Timing belt cover cap
2. Timing belt front upper cover, right
3. Timing belt front upper cover, left
4. Timing belt front lower cover
AA" "IA 5. Timing belt
6. Crankshaft position sensor
7. Camshaft position sensor
"GA 8. Auto tensioner
9. Tensioner pulley
10. Tensioner arm
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"EA
"EA
"EA
AD" "AA
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11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
8.5 ± 0.5 Nm
Shaft
Idler pulley
Idler pulley spacer
Crankshaft sprocket
Crankshaft spacer
Crankshaft sensing blade
Camshaft sprocket bolt
Camshaft sprocket
Harness protector
Timing belt rear cover
Added
11B-6-3
6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W)>
11 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
1
14 ± 1 Nm
14
2
15
14 ± 1 Nm
16
11 ± 1 Nm
88 ± 10 Nm
3
22 ± 4 Nm
19
18
4
17
6
5
8 9
23 ± 3 Nm
44 ± 10 Nm
48 ± 6 Nm
12
7
11 13
Removal steps
1. Timing belt front upper cover, right
2. Timing belt front upper cover, left
3. Timing belt front lower cover
AA" "IA 4. Timing belt
5. Crankshaft position sensor
"GA 6. Auto tensioner
7. Tensioner pulley
8. Tensioner arm
9. Shaft
10. Idler pulley
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8.5 ± 0.5 Nm
10
44 ± 5 Nm
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"EA 11. Crankshaft sprocket
"EA 12. Crankshaft spacer
"EA 13. Crankshaft sensing blade
14. Cam position sensor
"DA 15. Cam position sensor support
AC" "CA 16. Cam position sensing cylinder
AD" "AA 17. Camshaft sprocket bolt
18. Camshaft sprocket
19. Timing belt rear cover
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-6-4
6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
11 ± 1 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
2
11 ± 1 Nm
14
22 ± 4 Nm
1
11 ± 1 Nm
16
3
88 ± 10 Nm
19
15
11 ± 1 Nm
4
18
17
11 ± 1 Nm
6
9
44 ± 10 Nm
8
5
23 ± 3 Nm
12
13
7
11
10
20
44 ± 5 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
48 ± 6 Nm
Removal steps
1. Timing belt front upper cover, right
2. Timing belt front upper cover, left
3. Timing belt front lower cover
AB" "JA 4. Timing belt
5. Crankshaft position sensor
"GA 6. Auto tensioner
7. Tensioner pulley
8. Tensioner arm
9. Shaft
10. Idler pulley
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8.5 ± 0.5 Nm
"EA 11. Crankshaft sprocket
"EA 12. Camshaft spacer
"EA 13. Camshaft sensing blade
14. Cam position sensor
"DA 15. Cam position sensor support
AC" "CA 16. Cam position sensing cylinder
AD" "BA 17. Camshaft sprocket bolt
18. Camshaft sprocket
19. Timing belt rear cover, right
20. Timing belt rear cover, left
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11B-6-5
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
AA" TIMING BELT REMOVAL
When the timing belt is to be reused, in order to allow
re-installation of the belt so that it travels in the same direction
as before it was removed, mark the direction of travel with
an arrow before removing it.
7EN0145
Caution
(1) As water or oil on the belt can seriously reduce its
usable life, ensure that the timing belt, sprocket, and
tensioner stay clean and dry while removed, and never
wash them. Parts that have become too dirty should
be replaced.
(2) When any of the parts are oily, check to see whether
there are any oil leaks in any of the oil seals or the
camshaft oil seal on the front of the engine.
AB" TIMING BELT REMOVAL
1. Turn the crankshaft to bring the piston in No. 1 cylinder
to its TDC on the compression stroke.
MD998769
7EN1110
2. If reusing the timing belt, use a chalk to draw an arrow
on back of the timing belt to indicate rotation direction.
7EN0222
NOTE
(1) Water or oil on the belt shortens its life drastically,
so the removed timing belt, sprocket, and tensioner
must be kept free from oil and water. Do not immerse
parts in cleaning solvent.
(2) If there is oil or water on any part, check the front
case oil seal, camshaft oil seal and water pump for
leaks.
AC" CAM POSITION SENSING CYLINDER REMOVAL
With the camshaft sprocket locked in position using the special
tool, remove the cam position sensing cylinder.
MB990767
MD998715
7EN1527
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
<SOHC>
MD998715
AD" CAMSHAFT SPROCKET BOLT REMOVAL
1. Using the Special Tool, hold the camshaft sprocket.
2. Remove the camshaft sprocket bolt.
MB990767
7EN0005
<GDI>
MB990767
MD998715
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
MD998715
MB990767
"AA CAMSHAFT SPROCKET BOLT INSTALLATION
1. Using the Special Tool, hold the camshaft sprocket.
2. Torque the camshaft sprocket bolt to the specified torque.
7EN0005
MB990767
"BA CAMSHAFT SPROCKET BOLT INSTALLATION
1. Using the Special Tool, hold the camshaft sprocket.
2. Torque the camshaft sprocket bolt to the specified torque.
MD998715
MB990767
"CA CAM POSITION SENSING CYLINDER
INSTALLATION
With the camshaft sprocket locked in position using the special
tool, install the cam position sensing cylinder.
MD998715
7EN1528
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11B-6-7
"DA CAM POSITION SENSOR SUPPORT
INSTALLATION
Apply a 3 mm bead of form-in-place gasket (FIPG) to the
area shown.
Specified sealant:
Mitsubishi Genuine Part No. MD970389 or equivalent
Crankshaft
sprocket
Crankshaft
sensing blade
Crankshaft
spacer
Crankshaft
Degrease
Oil pump casing
Clean
"EA CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET / CRANKSHAFT
SENSING BLADE / CRANKSHAFT SPACER
INSTALLATION
1. Wipe clean the crankshaft fitting surface of the crankshaft
sprocket.
2. Clean and degrease the crankshaft sprocket, the
crankshaft sprocket fitting surface of the crankshaft, the
sensing blade and the crankshaft spacer. Then, install
the crankshaft sprocket, crankshaft sensing blade and
crankshaft spacer on the crankshaft.
7EN1600
Crankshaft
sprocket
Front flange
Degrease
Crankshaft
"FA CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET / FRONT FLANGE
INSTALLATION
1. Wipe clean the crankshaft fitting surface of the crankshaft
sprocket.
2. Clean and degrease the crankshaft sprocket, the
crankshaft sprocket fitting surface of the crankshaft, front
flange. Then, install the crankshaft sprocket, front flange
on the crankshaft.
Clean
Oil pump casing
"GA AUTO TENSIONER INSTALLATION
1. If the auto tensioner rod is fully extended, set it in the
retracted position with the following procedure.
(1) Set the auto tensioner in a vice, while making sure
it is not tilted.
7EN0225
(2) Slowly close the vice to force the rod in until the
set hole (A) of the rod is lined up with the set hole
(B) of the cylinder.
(3) Insert a metal wire (1.4 mm in diameter) into the
set holes.
(4) Remove the auto tensioner from the vice.
2. On engines with turbocharger, apply sealant to the threads
of the auto tensioner mounting bolt.
A
B
Specified sealant: 3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
7EN0227
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3. Install the auto tensioner on the cylinder block through
the oil pump case.
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
"HA TIMING BELT INSTALLATION
1. Align the timing marks of the camshaft sprockets and
the crankshaft sprocket.
2. First, route the timing belt on the crankshaft sprocket,
then on the camshaft sprocket of the left bank side without
slackness in the tension side.
3. Next, run the timing belt onto the water pump pulley,
the camshaft sprocket on the right bank side, and the
timing belt tensioner.
Timing mark
(on belt cover)
Timing mark
(on alternator bracket)
Timing mark
(on sprocket)
Water pump pulley
Timing mark
(on sprocket)
Camshaft sprocket
Camshaft sprocket
Tension side
Tensioner
spring
Timing belt tensioner
Timing mark
(on front case)
Timing mark
(on sprocket)
Crankshaft sprocket
7EN0007
MD998716
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Back off the tensioner lock bolt one or two turns.
Install the flange onto the front end of crankshaft.
Install the special tool onto the crankshaft.
Turn the crankshaft clockwise smoothly two turns.
Tighten the tensioner lock nut to specified torque.
Lock bolt
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Timing mark
11B-6-9
"IA TIMING BELT INSTALLATION
1. Turn the crankshaft sprocket to position its timing mark
3 teeth away from the timing mark on the crankcase.
(That is, slightly lower the No. 1 piston from the top dead
center on the compression stroke.)
Caution
If the camshaft sprocket is turned with the piston
at the top dead center on the compression stroke,
valves may interfere with the piston.
7EN0741
Crankshaft sprocket
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
Timing mark
Crankshaft sprocket
7EN1565
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
Timing mark
Right bank
Left bank
2. Align the timing marks for the left bank camshaft sprocket.
3. Align the timing marks for the right bank camshaft sprocket.
Caution
The camshaft sprocket may turn unintentionally due
to the valve spring tension. Take care not to injure
your fingers.
Camshaft sprocket
7EN0742
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)> Right bank Left bank Timing mark
Timing mark
Crankshaft sprocket
7EN1566
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
Timing mark
Crankshaft sprocket
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4. Align timing marks for the crankshaft sprocket.
5. Install the timing belt over the sprockets in the following
procedure.
(1) Place the timing belt over the crankshaft. While giving
tension to the belt, set it over the idler pulley.
(2) Place the belt over the left bank camshaft sprocket.
(3) While giving tension to the belt, place it over the
water pump pulley.
(4) Place the belt over the right bank camshaft sprocket.
(5) Place the belt over the tensioner pulley.
7EN0740
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11B-6-10
6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
6. While pressing the tensioner pulley lightly against the
timing belt, temporarily tighten its center bolt.
7. Check that all timing marks are in alignment.
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
Timing mark
Crankshaft sprocket
7EN1567
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
Tensioner pulley
7EN0743
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
Tensioner pulley
7EN1568
8. Using the special tool, turn the crankshaft
counter-clockwise a quarter turn, then turn it clockwise
and align the timing marks. Make sure that all timing
marks are in alignment.
7EN0744
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
Timing mark
Right bank
Left bank
Water pump pulley
Crankshaft sprocket
Camshaft sprocket
Tensioner pulley
Idler pulley
Auto tensioner
Camshaft sprocket
Timing mark
7EN0745
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W)>
Timing mark
Left bank
Right bank
Water pump pulley
Timing mark
Camshaft sprocket
Camshaft sprocket
Tensioner pulley
Idler pulley
Auto tensioner
Timing mark
Camshaft sprocket
7EN1569
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
9. Set the special tool and a torque wrench on the tensioner
pulley.
10. Torque the tensioner pulley to 4.4 Nm.
11. While holding the tensioner pulley, tighten its center bolt
to the specified torque.
12. Turn the crankshaft 2 turns clockwise and let it stand
for approx. 5 minutes.
7EN0746
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
MD998767
7EN1570
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
7EN0747
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
13. Remove the wire, which has been inserted when installing
the tensioner, from the auto tensioner. If it is removed
easily, the timing belt tension is correct. Make sure that
the auto tensioner rod projection is within specification.
Standard value:
3.8 – 4.5 mm
<PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
4.8 – 5.5 mm
<PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W,
V77W)>
14. If the wire cannot be removed easily or the rod protrusion
is not up to specification, repeat steps 9. through 12.
to obtain the correct tension.
7EN1571
"JA TIMING BELT INSTALLATION
1. Turn the crankshaft sprocket so that its timing mark is
off three teeth to slightly lower the piston in No. 1 cylinder
from its TDC on the compression stroke.
Timing marks
MD998769
Crankshaft
sprocket
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Caution
There can be an interference between the valve and
piston when the camshaft sprocket is turned with
the piston in No. 1 cylinder at its TDC on the
compression stroke.
7EN1577
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Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
Timing marks
11B-6-13
2. Align the timing mark of the camshaft sprocket on the
left bank side.
Timing marks
7EN1529
3. Align the timing marks of the camshaft sprockets on the
right bank side. When the special tool is removed, the
sprocket turns by itself, letting the timing mark to deviate.
Make necessary corrections, therefore, in step 5. to align
the timing mark before installing the belt.
Timing marks
Timing marks
7EN1530
Caution
(1) The camshaft sprockets on the right bank side
are easy to turn because of the spring tension
involved. Be careful not to allow your finger to
be pinched in the mechanism.
(2) Do not attempt to turn one of the sprockets on
the right side one turn with the timing mark of
another one aligned. It may cause the intake and
exhaust valves to interfere with each other.
4. Align the timing mark of the crankshaft sprocket. Then,
turn the crankshaft sprocket one tooth counterclockwise.
Timing marks
MD998769
Crankshaft
sprocket
7EN1577
5. Align the timing marks of the camshaft sprockets on the
right bank side and lock them in position with box
wrenches.
Timing marks
Timing marks
7EN1530
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
Paper clip
6. Make sure that the timing mark of the exhaust camshaft
sprocket on the right bank side is in alignment. Then
install the timing belt over the sprocket and secure it
with a paper clip.
Caution
If the old timing belt is to be reused, install it so that
the arrow marked during removal procedures points
in the turning direction.
7EN1531
Paper clip
Paper clip
7. Check that the timing mark is aligned on the intake
camshaft sprocket. Then install the timing belt and secure
it with a paper clip.
8. Place the timing belt around the water pump pulley.
9. Check that the timing marks of the camshaft sprockets
on the left bank side are in alignment. Then install the
timing belt over the sprockets and secure it with paper
clips.
10. Place the timing belt around the idler pulley.
11. Place the timing belt around the crankshaft sprocket.
12. Place the timing belt around the tensioner pulley.
7EN1532
MD998767
13. Make sure that the tensioner pulley is positioned so that
its pinhole is on the upper side. Then, lightly press the
tensioner pulley against the timing belt and temporarily
tighten the fixing bolt.
14. Remove all four paper clips.
15. Turn the crankshaft one tooth clockwise.
16. Check that the timing mark of each sprocket is properly
aligned.
7EN1117
17. Turn the crankshaft 1/4 turns counter-clockwise. Then,
turn it clockwise and check that the timing marks are
properly aligned.
MD998769
7EN1110
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
Water pump pulley
Timing marks
Timing marks
Idler pulley
Auto tensioner
Tensioner pulley
Timing marks
Crankshaft
sprocket
7EN1533
18. Loosen the center bolt of the tensioner pulley and install
the special tool and torque wrench. Apply a torque of
4.4 Nm to prevent the tensioner pulley from turning
together, tighten the center bolt to the specified torque.
MD998767
7EN1534
19. Turn the crankshaft two complete turns clockwise and
leave it to stand for about 5 minutes.
20. Check to see if the metal wire, which has been inserted
during installation procedures, can be removed easily
from the auto tensioner.
If it can be removed with a light force, it indicates that
the belt tension is appropriate. Now, remove the metal
wire. Another indication of an adequate belt tension is
that the protrusion of the rod of the auto tensioner falls
within the standard value range.
Metal wire
7EN1121
Standard value: 4.8 – 5.5 mm
21. If the metal wire cannot be pulled out easily, repeat steps
18. and 19. until an adequate tension is obtained.
4.8 – 5.5 mm
7EN1122
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6G7 ENGINE – Timing Belt
INSPECTION
1. TIMING BELT
Check the belt in detail. If the following is evident, replace
the belt.
(1) Hardened back surface rubber.
Back surface glossy, non-elastic and so hard that even
if a finger nail is forced into it, no mark is produced.
8EN0066
Cracks
Peeling
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Cracked
Cracked
Cracked
Cracked
back surface rubber.
or separated canvas.
tooth bottom.
side of belt.
Cracks
Cracks
1EN0249
(6) Side of belt badly worn.
NOTE
Normal belt should have clear-cut sides as if cut with
a sharp knife.
Rounded edge
Abnormal wear
(Fluffy strand)
8EN0067
(7) Badly worn teeth.
Initial stage:
Canvas is worn (fluffy canvas fibres are visible, rubber
is gone and colour has changed to white. Canvas texture
is not clear).
Last stage:
Canvas is worn out and rubber exposed and its width
is reduced.
(8) Missing tooth.
Rubber exposed
Tooth missing
and canvas fiber
exposed
8EN0068
2. AUTO TENSIONER
(1) Check for oil leaks. If oil leaks are evident, replace the
auto tensioner.
(2) Check the rod end for wear or damage and replace the
auto tensioner if necessary.
(3) Measure the rod projection length “L”. If the reading is
outside the standard value, replace the auto tensioner.
“L”
Standard value “L”: 12 mm
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(4) Press the rod by a force of 98 to 196 N and measure
the rod stroke. If the measured value exceeds the standard
value, replace the tensioner.
98 – 196 N
Stroke
Standard value: 1 mm or less
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6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
7. WATER PIPE AND WATER HOSE
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
2
19 ± 1 Nm
1
9
14 ± 1 Nm
4
12 ± 1 Nm
10.8 ± 1.0 Nm
10
7
5
11
12
8 ± 1 Nm
13
6
3
8
29 ± 10 Nm
Removal steps
1. Water hose
2. Water hose
3. Water by-pass hose
4. Heat pipe
5. Heat pipe gasket
"FA 6. Thermo switch <for A/T>
"EA 7. Engine coolant temperature gauge
unit
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"DA 8.
9.
10.
11.
"AA 12.
"AA 13.
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Engine coolant temperature sensor
Water outlet fitting
Water outlet fitting gasket
Thermostat
Water pipe
O-ring
Added
11B-7-2
6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V33V), CHALLENGER, L200>
1
2
14 ± 1 Nm
10
<PAJERO, L200> 10.8 ± 1.0 Nm
29 ± 10 Nm
8 ± 1 Nm
11
5
6
16
7
18
12 ± 1 Nm
10.8 ± 1.0 Nm
5
29 ± 10 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
11
19
3
6
19 ± 1 Nm
8
<CHALLENGER>
17
9
4
13
12
15
14
19 ± 1 Nm
24 ± 4 Nm
Removal steps
1. Water hose
2. Water hose
3. Water hose
4. Water hose
"EA 5. Engine coolant temperature gauge
unit
"DA 6. Engine coolant temperature sensor
"FA 7. Thermo switch (For PAJERO-A/T)
8. Water outlet fitting
9. Water outlet fitting gasket
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"CA 10. Water outlet pipe
"CA 11. O-ring
12. Water inlet fitting
"BA 13. Thermostat
14. Thermostat case
15. Gasket
16. Water passage
17. Gasket
"AA 18. Water pipe
"AA 19. O-ring
Added
11B-7-3
6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W)>
14 ± 1 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
1
2
14 ± 1 Nm
10.8 ± 1.0 Nm
20
5
10
10
17
29 ± 10 Nm
19
6
12 ± 1 Nm
9
19 ± 1 Nm
3
7
4
8
18
12 ± 1 Nm
15
9 ± 1 Nm
11
12
14
13
16
12 ± 1 Nm
"EA
"DA
"CA
"CA
Removal steps
1. Water hose
2. Water hose
3. Water hose
4. Water hose
5. Engine coolant temperature gauge
unit
6. Engine coolant temperature sensor
7. Water outlet fitting
8. Gasket
9. Water outlet pipe
10. O-ring
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11.
"BA 12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
"AA 19.
"AA 20.
Water inlet fitting
Thermostat
Thermostat case
Gasket
Water pump fitting
Gasket
Water passage
Gasket
Water pipe
O-ring
Revised
11B-7-4
6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
5 ± 1 Nm
5 ± 1 Nm
25
5
14 ± 1 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
27
26
6
23
10.8 ± 1.0 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
24
29 ± 10 Nm
7
1
3
2
6
21
12 ± 1 Nm
12 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
22
19 ± 1 Nm
4
10
8
12
9
13
11
14
19
16
15
12 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
19 ± 3 Nm
20
17
18
14 ± 1 Nm
19 ± 3 Nm
"EA
"DA
"CA
"CA
"BA
Removal steps
1. Engine coolant temperature gauge
unit
2. Engine coolant temperature sensor
3. Water outlet fitting
4. Gasket
5. Water outlet pipe
6. O-ring
7. Water hose
8. Water inlet fitting
9. Thermostat
10. Thermostat case
11. Gasket
12. Water pump fitting
13. Gasket
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
"AA 23.
"AA 24.
25.
26.
27.
Timing belt rear center cover, right
Fitting, right
Gasket
Fitting, left
Gasket
Timing belt rear center cover, left
Water hose
Water passage
Gasket
Water pipe
O-ring
Water hose
Water pipe assembly B
Water hose
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
11B-7-5
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
O-ring
"AA O-RING / WATER PIPE INSTALLATION
1. Fit a new O-ring in the groove at the front end of the
water pipe.
2. Coat the O-ring with water or soapsuds.
Water pump
Caution
Never apply engine oil or any other grease to the
O-ring.
Water pipe
6EN0594
Jiggle valve
3. Insert the front end of the water pipe in the water pump.
"BA THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
Install the thermostat so that the jiggle valve is on the top
end.
7EN0749
"CA O-RING / WATER OUTLET PIPE INSTALLATION
1. Fit new O-rings in the grooves at the front and rear ends
of the water pipe.
2. Coat the O-rings with water or soapsuds.
O-ring
Water pump
Caution
Never apply engine oil or any other grease to the
O-rings.
3. Insert the front end of the pipe into the water outlet pipe
and rear end into the water passage.
Water outlet pipe
6EN0594
"DA ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
INSTALLATION
If the engine coolant temperature sensor is to be reused,
apply the specified sealant to its threads.
Specified sealant:
3M Nut Locking Part No. 4171 or equivalent
9EN0091
"EA ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE UNIT
INSTALLATION
If the engine coolant temperature gauge unit is to be reused,
apply the specified sealant to its threads.
Specified sealant:
3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
9EN0092
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6G7 ENGINE – Water Pipe and Water Hose
"FA THERMO SWITCH INSTALLATION
If the thermo switch is to be reused, apply the specified sealant
to its threads.
Specified sealant:
3M Nut Locking Part No. 4171 or equivalent
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11B-8-1
6G7 ENGINE – Fuel System
8. FUEL SYSTEM
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
12 ± 1 Nm
3
9 ± 2 Nm
9
1
4
7
8
6
5
18 ± 2 Nm
2
10
11
11
Removal steps
1. Injector and delivery pipe
2. Insulator
"BA 3. Fuel pressure regulator
4. O-ring
5. Insulator
6. Injector
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8.
9.
"AA 10.
11.
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O-ring
Grommet
Delivery pipe
Intake manifold
Intake manifold gasket
Added
11B-8-2
6G7 ENGINE – Fuel System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE>
1
12 ± 1 Nm
9 ± 1 Nm
13
4
12
14
2
22 ± 1 Nm
6
5
3
9 ± 1 Nm
7
10
11
9
8
16
24 ± 3 Nm
17
15
Removal steps
1. Injector harness
2. Vacuum hose (6G75)
3. Fuel hose (6G75)
4. Injector and delivery pipe
5. Insulator
"BA 6. Fuel pressure regulator
7. O-ring
8. Insulator
9. Injector
10. O-ring
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12.
13.
14.
15.
Grommet
Fuel pipe
O-ring
Delivery pipe
Water pump bracket
<Except PAJERO (V63W, V65W,
V67W, V73W, V75W, V77W)>
"AA 16. Intake manifold
17. Intake manifold gasket
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-8-3
6G7 ENGINE – Fuel System
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
19 ± 3 Nm
1
7
6
5
4
3
12 ± 1 Nm
2
24 ± 2 Nm
5→17 Nm
8
9
11
10
23 ± 2 Nm
26
16
22
23
24
13
15
27
14
17
25
18
21
12
20
19 ± 3 Nm
19
"HA
"HA
"HA
"HA
"HA
"GA
"GA
"GA
"FA
"FA
"FA
Removal steps
1. Injector harness
2. Fuel feed pipe
3. Backup ring
4. O-ring
5. Backup ring
6. Fuel pump
7. O-ring
8. Flange
9. Fuel pressure sensor
10. O-ring
11. Backup ring
12. Fuel center pipe
13. Backup ring
14. O-ring
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16.
17.
"EA 18.
19.
20.
"DA 21.
"CA 22.
"CA 23.
"CA 24.
25.
26.
27.
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Backup ring
Washer
Injector holder
injector and delivery pipe
Insulator
Injector gasket
Corrugated washer
Backup ring
O-ring
Backup ring
Injector
Delivery pipe, right
Delivery pipe, left
Added
11B-8-4
6G7 ENGINE – Fuel System
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
"AA INTAKE MANIFOLD INSTALLATION
1. Tighten the nuts on the right bank to 7 ± 1 Nm.
2. Tighten the nuts on the left bank to the specified torque.
Then tighten the nuts on right bank to the specified torque.
3. Tighten the nuts on the left bank and those on the right
bank again in that order.
Front
7IN0090
"BA FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR INSTALLATION
Before installing the pressure regulator, the O-ring must be
lubricated with a drop of new engine oil for easy installation.
Caution
Use care not to let the engine oil enter the delivery pipe.
"CA BACKUP RING / O-RING INSTALLATION
Install the backup rings and O-ring to the injector.
Install the backup ring (thicker one) in the injector so that
its inner cut surface faces in the direction shown.
Backup ring
(no special orientation)
Backup ring
(thicker one)
Cut surface
7EN1483
"DA CORRUGATED WASHER INSTALLATION
Coat the corrugated washer with white vaseline and install
it to the injector as shown.
Caution
Always replace the corrugated washer with new one.
Reused corrugated washer can cause fuel or gas leaks.
Corrugated washer
7EN1486
Injector
Delivery pipe
Alignment
marks
"EA INJECTOR AND DELIVERY PIPE INSTALLATION
1. Apply spindle oil or gasoline to the O-ring in the injector.
2. Insert the injectors straight into the injector mounting holes
in the delivery pipe.
3. Turn each injector. If it does not turn smoothly, remove
it and check the O-ring for damage. If the O-ring is
damaged, replace it with a new one; then, reinstall the
injector and check to see if it turns smoothly.
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4. Align the alignment mark on each injector with that on
the delivery pipe.
5. Install the injector and delivery pipe into the cylinder head.
6. Tighten the bolt at the center of each delivery pipe to
the specified torque. Then tighten bolts on both ends
to the specified torque.
Backup ring
(no special orientation)
Cut surface
Backup ring
(thicker one)
7EN1484
"FA BACKUP RING / O-RING / FUEL CENTER PIPE
INSTALLATION
1. Fit the backup rings and O-ring to both ends of the fuel
center pipe. Mount the backup ring (thicker one) so that
its inner cut surface faces in the direction shown.
2. Coat the O-rings on both ends of the pipe with spindle
oil or gasoline.
3. Insert the fuel center pipe straight into the mounting hole
in the delivery pipe. Insert it all the way into the hole,
ensuring that it does not twist.
4. Tighten the bolts on both ends of the fuel center pipe
to the specified torque.
"GA BACKUP RING / O-RING / FUEL PRESSURE
SENSOR INSTALLATION
1. Fit the backup ring to the fuel pressure sensor so that
its inner cut surface faces in the direction shown.
Backup ring
Cut surface
7EN1485
2. Being attentive to the shape of the connector and label
surface of the fuel pressure sensor, install the fuel pressure
sensor in the direction shown.
Label
surface
Delivery pipe, left
Fuel pressure sensor
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6G7 ENGINE – Fuel System
"HA FUEL PUMP / BACKUP RING / O-RING / FUEL
FEED PIPE INSTALLATION
1. Apply engine oil to the roller of the fuel pump and O-ring.
1EN0651
2. Insert the fuel pump into the mounting hole in the cylinder
head and lightly tighten the four bolts (slightly tighter than
finger-tight).
7EN1488
Backup ring
(no special orientation)
Backup ring
(thicker one)
Cut surface
3. Fit the backup rings and O-ring to both ends of the fuel
feed pipe. Mount the backup ring (thicker one) so that
its inner cut surface faces in the direction shown.
4. Coat the O-rings on both ends of the pipe with spindle
oil or gasoline.
5. Insert the fuel feed pipe straight into the mounting hole
in the fuel pump. Insert it all the way into the hole, ensuring
that it does not twist.
6. Tighten the bolts on both ends of the pipe to the specified
torque.
7EN1484
1
3
4
2
7. Using a torque wrench (minimum graduations), follow
these steps to tighten the fuel pump mounting bolts.
(1) Tighten the bolts to 5 Nm in the order shown.
(2) Tighten the bolts to 17 Nm in the order shown.
Variations in torque among the four bolts should be
within 2 Nm.
Caution
Strictly observe the tightening order. A leak and other
problem could result if the torque specifications and
torquing order are not met.
7EN1489
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6G7 ENGINE – Exhaust Manifold
9. EXHAUST MANIFOLD
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
19 ± 3 Nm
5
14 ± 1 Nm
1
6
7
4
2
19 ± 3 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
3
11
15
19 ± 3 Nm
24 ± 3 Nm
8
12
10
13
18 ± 2 Nm
14
12 ± 1 Nm
Removal steps
1. Oil level gauge
2. OIl level gauge guide
3. O-ring
4. Heat protector, right
5. Engine hanger
6. Exhaust manifold, right
"AA 7. Exhaust manifold gasket
8. Heat protector, left
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10.
"AA 11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
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19 ± 3 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
Bracket
Exhaust manifold, left
Exhaust manifold gasket
Water inlet fitting
Water inlet fitting gasket
Water pump
Water pump gasket
Added
11B-9-2
6G7 ENGINE – Exhaust Manifold
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE (6G72 and 6G74)>
4
14 ± 1 Nm
1
6
5
3
14 ± 1 Nm
2
44 ± 5 Nm
10
11
9
8
7
24 ± 3 Nm
44 ± 5 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
Removal steps
1. Oil level gauge
2. Oil level gauge guide
3. O-ring
4. Heat protector, right
5. Exhaust manifold, right
6. Exhaust manifold gasket
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9.
10.
11.
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Heat protector, left
Exhaust manifold, left
Exhaust manifold gasket
Water pump
Gasket
Revised
11B-9-3
6G7 ENGINE – Exhaust Manifold
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE (6G75), GDI>
14 ± 1 Nm
4
1
6
14 ± 1 Nm
2
5
3
14 ± 1 Nm
49 ± 5 Nm <GDI>
44 ± 5 Nm <24-valve (6G75)>
10
7
11
9
8
49 ± 5 Nm <GDI>
44 ± 5 Nm <24-valve (6G75)>
24 ± 3 Nm
Removal steps
1. Oil level gauge
2. Oil level gauge guide
3. O-ring
4. Heat protector, right
5. Exhaust manifold, right
6. Exhaust manifold gasket
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8.
9.
10.
11.
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Heat protector, left
Exhaust manifold, left
Exhaust manifold gasket
Water pump
Gasket
Revised
11B-9-4
6G7 ENGINE – Exhaust Manifold
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
For right bank
Front
1
"AA EXHAUST MANIFOLD GASKET INSTALLATION
Install gaskets with number 1, 3 and 5 embossed on their
top side to the right bank and install those with number 2,
4 and 6 to the left bank.
Cylinder No.
3
5
71N0010
Front
For left bank
Cylinder No.
7EN0593
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6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft
10. ROCKER ARMS AND CAMSHAFT
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
9 ± 1 Nm
20 ± 1 Nm
1
9
9
2
9
12
11
10
10
10
10
10
13
16
8
9
9
10
9
14
7
15
3
17
14 ± 1 Nm
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
6
4
5
Removal steps
"IA 1. Rocker cover
2. Rocker cover gasket
"HA 3. Circular packing
"GA 4. Oil seal
5. Distributor adaptor
6. O-ring
"EA 7. Rocker arms, rocker arm shaft
8. Bearing cap No. 4
9. Rocker arms
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11.
12.
"DA 13.
"DA 14.
AA" "BA 15.
16.
17.
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Rocker shaft spring
Bearing cap No. 3
Bearing cap No. 2
Rocker arm shaft “B”
Rocker arm shaft “A”
Lash adjuster
Bearing cap No. 1
Camshaft
Added
11B-10-2
6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE>
1
3.5 ± 0.5 Nm
31 ± 3 Nm
6
2
10
9
8
3
9
5
8
8
9
13
7
7
11
12
7
13 ± 2 Nm
12
12
14
15 <Left bank only>
16
<Left bank only>
17
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
4
7EN0879
Removal steps
1. Rocker cover
2. Gasket
3. Oil seal
"GA 4. Oil seal
5. Rocker arms, Rocker arm shaft
6. Rocker arms, Rocker arm shaft
"FA 7. Rocker shaft spring
8. Rocker arm “A”
9. Rocker arm “B”
"CA 10. Rocker arm shaft
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12.
"CA 13.
"BA 14.
15.
Lash adjuster
Rocker arm “C”
Rocker arm shaft
Lash adjuster
Thrust case
<Except PAJERO (V63W, V73W)>
16. O-ring
<Except PAJERO (V63W, V73W)>
"AA 17. Camshaft
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11B-10-3
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
AA" LASH ADJUSTER REMOVAL
Before removing the rocker arms and rocker arm shafts, install
the Special Tools to prevent the lash adjusters from falling
off.
MD998443
Caution
If the lash adjuster is re-used, clean the lash adjuster.
(Refer to LASH ADJUSTER INSPECTION)
6AE0160
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
"AA CAMSHAFT INSTALLATION
1. Before attaching the camshafts, apply engine oil to the
journals and cams.
Take care not to confuse the right bank and left bank
camshafts.
Slit
Right bank
Approx
60°
NOTE
The right bank camshaft has 4-mm-wide slits in the rear
end surface.
7EN0708
Left bank
2. Make sure the camshaft dowel pin is at the location shown.
Approx
71°
7EN0709
"BA LASH ADJUSTER INSTALLATION
MD998443
Caution
If the lash adjuster is re-used, clean the lash adjuster.
(Refer to LASH ADJUSTER INSPECTION)
Taking care not to spill the diesel fuel, install the lash adjuster
into the rocker arm and attach a special tool to prevent it
from falling out.
Lash adjuster
7EN0722
"CA ROCKER ARM SHAFT INSTALLATION
1. The end with the larger chamfer is at the right on the
front bank and at the left on the rear bank.
Timing belt side
NOTE
The side with the four bolt holes is on the intake side.
Chamfered
2. The side with the oil holes is on the lower side (cylinder
head side).
Oil hole
9EN0511
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Rocker arm shaft “B”
Notch
on shaft
Rocker arm
shaft “A”
"DA ROCKER ARM SHAFTS INSTALLATION
1. Install the rocker arm shafts “A” and “B” to the camshaft
bearing cap No. 1 and insert the bolts into the holes of
bearing cap and shafts.
2. Install rocker arm shafts with the notched side facing the
bearing cap No. 1 and the oil grooved side facing
downward. The shaft with a smaller oil hole is the rocker
arm shaft “A”.
Rocker arm
shaft “A”
Cap No.
View P
Oil groove
Oil hole
Bearing cap No. 1
Rocker arm shaft “B”
7EN0587
"EA ROCKER ARMS, ROCKER ARM SHAFTS
INSTALLATION
1. Apply a minimum amount of specified sealant on the four
places of cylinder head.
NOTE
Be sure the sealing agent does not swell out onto the
cam journal surface of the cylinder head. If it swells out,
immediately wipe it off before it can dry.
Specified sealant:
3M NUT Locking No. 4171 or equivalent
Timing belt side
Arrow mark (bearing cap)
2. Install the rocker arms, shafts and bearing caps such that
the arrow mark on the bearing cap faces in the same
direction as the arrow mark on the cylinder head.
Arrow mark (cylinder head)
Arrow mark (bearing cap)
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3. Tighten the bearing cap bolts to the specified torque.
4. Remove the special tools from all rocker arms.
7EN0128
"FA ROCKER SHAFT SPRING INSTALLATION
Insert the rocker shaft spring at a slant with respect to the
spark plug guide and install it normal to the guide.
Rocker shaft
spring
7EN0723
"GA CAMSHAFT OIL SEAL INSTALLATION
Using the special tool, install the oil seal.
MD998713
6AE0164
Left bank (24-valve)
MD998713
MB991559
7EN0724
"HA CIRCULAR PACKING INSTALLATION
Install a 1.3 to 1.5 mm thick spacer to the special tool and
drive in the circular packing.
MD998714
NOTE
Use of MD724328 spacer for transmission is recommended.
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6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft
Caution
The packing is overdriven if no spacer is fitted to the
special tool.
0.5 mm
Spacer
Circular
packing
MD998714
7EN0134
"IA ROCKER COVER INSTALLATION
Apply specified sealant on the area specified in the figure.
Specified sealant: 3M ATD Part No.8660 or equivalent
10 mm
10 mm
10 mm
INSPECTION
1. CAMSHAFT
Measure the cam height.
Item
Intake
Exhaust
9EN0058
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
Standard value mm
Limit mm
12-valve
41.25
40.75
24-valve
37.58*1, 37.39*2
37.08*1, 36.89*2
12-valve
41.25
40.75
24-valve
37.14*3, 36.95*4
36.64*3, 36.45*4
6G72 (except for Hong Kong)
6G72 (for Hong Kong) and 6G74, 6G75
6G74 and 6G75
6G72
2. ROCKER ARM
(1) Check the roller surface and replace the rocker arm
if recesses, damage or heat seizure is observed.
(2) Check roller rotation and replace the rocker arm if
uneven rotation or roller backlash is observed.
(3) Check the inside diameter and replace the rocker arm
if damage or seizure is observed.
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11B-10-6a
3. ROCKER ARM SHAFT
(1) Check rocker arm mounting portions of rocker arm
shaft for wear or damage. Replace as necessary.
(2) Check to ensure that oil holes are clear.
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6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft
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11B-10-7
4. LASH ADJUSTERS
Caution
(1) The lash adjusters are precision-engineered
mechanisms. Do not allow them to become
contaminated by dirt or other foreign substances.
(2) Do not attempt to disassemble the lash adjusters.
(3) Use only fresh diesel fuel to clean the lash
adjusters.
To clean
outside
A
To clean
inside
B
To fill
diesel fuel
(1) Prepare three containers and approximately five liters
of diesel fuel. Into each container, pour enough diesel
fuel to completely cover a lash adjuster when it is
standing upright. Then, perform the following steps
with each lash adjuster.
C
(2) Place the lash adjuster in container A and clean its
outside surface.
NOTE
Use a nylon brush if deposits are hard to remove.
Diesel fuel
(3) While gently pushing down the internal steel ball using
special tool MD998442, move the plunger through
5 to 10 strokes until it slides smoothly. In addition
to eliminating stiffness in the plunger, this operation
will remove dirty oil.
Diesel fuel
Wire or MD998442
Caution
The steel ball spring is extremely weak, so the
lash adjuster’s functionality may be lost if the air
bleed wire is pushed in hard.
NOTE
If the plunger remains stiff or the mechanism appears
otherwise abnormal, replace the lash adjuster.
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(4) Remove the lash adjuster from the container. Then,
push down the steel ball gently and push the plunger
to eliminate diesel fuel from the pressure chamber.
Wire or MD998442
Diesel fuel
(5) Place the lash adjuster in container B. Then, gently
push down the internal steel ball using special tool
MD998442 and move the plunger through 5 to 10
strokes until it slides smoothly. This operation will clean
the lash adjuster’s pressure chamber.
Diesel fuel
Wire or MD998442
Caution
The steel ball spring is extremely weak, so the
lash adjuster’s functionality may be lost if the air
bleed wire is pushed in hard.
(6) Remove the lash adjuster from the container. Then,
push down the steel ball gently and push the plunger
to eliminate diesel fuel from the pressure chamber.
Wire or MD998442
Diesel fuel
(7) Place the lash adjuster in container C. Then, gently
push down the internal steel ball using special tool
MD998442.
Wire or MD998442
Caution
Do not use container C for cleaning. If cleaning
is performed in container C, foreign matter could
enter the pressure chamber when chamber is filled
with diesel fuel.
Diesel fuel
(8) Stand the lash adjuster with its plunger at the top,
then push the plunger downward firmly until it moves
through its greatest possible stroke. Return the plunger
slowly, then release the steel ball and allow the
pressure chamber to fill with diesel fuel.
Wire or MD998442
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(9) Remove the lash adjuster from the container, then
stand the lash adjuster with its plunger at the top.
Push the plunger firmly and check that it does not
move. Also, check that the lash adjuster’s height
matches that of a new lash adjuster.
NOTE
If lash adjuster contracts, perform the operations (7)
through (9) again to fill it with diesel fuel completely.
Replace the lash adjuster if it still contracts after
performing these steps.
(10)Stand the lash adjuster upright to prevent diesel fuel
from spilling out. Do not allow the lash adjuster to
become contaminated by dirt or other foreign matter.
Fit the lash adjuster onto the engine as soon as
possible.
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6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft <GDI>
11. ROCKER ARMS AND CAMSHAFT <GDI>
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
3.5 ± 0.5 Nm
3
4
3.5 ± 0.5 Nm
1
5
2
24 ± 2 Nm
M8 bolt
11 ± 1 Nm
M6 bolt
24 ± 2 Nm
M8 bolt
7
11 ± 1 Nm
M6 bolt
9
8
10
6
12
7
11
13
14
6
15
14
15
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
7EN1522
Removal steps
1. Rocker cover, right
2. Rocker cover gasket
3. Oil filler cap
4. Rocker cover, left
5. Rocker cover gasket
"DA 6. Oil seal
"CA 7. Circular packing
"BA 8. Beam camshaft cap, right
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"BA 9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
AA" "AA 15.
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Beam camshaft cap, left
Exhaust camshaft, right
Intake camshaft, right
Intake camshaft, left
Exhaust camshaft, left
Rocker arm
Lash adjuster
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11B-11-2
6G7 ENGINE – Rocker Arms and Camshaft <GDI>
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
AA" LASH ADJUSTER REMOVAL
Caution
If the lash adjuster is re-used, clean the lash adjuster.
(Refer to LASH ADJUSTER INSPECTION)
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
"AA LASH ADJUSTER INSTALLATION
Caution
If the lash adjuster is re-used, clean the lash adjuster.
(Refer to LASH ADJUSTER INSPECTION)
Fit the lash adjuster onto the rocker arm without allowing
diesel fuel to spill out.
"BA BEAM CAMSHAFT CAP, LEFT / BEAM
CAMSHAFT CAP, RIGHT INSTALLATION
1. Remove deposits from the surfaces of the beam camshaft
caps and cylinder head, to which sealant is to be applied.
2. Squeeze a 3-mm-thick bead of sealant from the tube
out into the groove in the bottom surface of the beam
camshaft caps. Fit the caps before the sealant hardens.
3 mm
7EN1128
Specified sealant:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
3. Apply an adequate amount of sealant to the top surface
of the cylinder head. Mount the beam bearing caps before
the sealant hardens.
Specified sealant:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
7EN1204
Right bank
Front of engine
19
15
7
11 23
18
14
6
10 22
2
1
20
21
3
8
4
12 16
9
5
13 17
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4. Mount the beam camshaft caps and tighten them in the
order shown to the specified torque.
Specified torque:
M6 bolt: 11"1 Nm
M8 bolt: 24"2 Nm
5. After the caps have been tightened, wipe the portion
of the sealant that is squeezed out at the intake port
before it hardens.
7EN1129
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11B-11-3
"CA CIRCULA PACKING INSTALLATION
Using the special tool, install the oil seal.
MD998762
7EN1130
"DA OIL SEAL INSTALLATION
Using the special tool, install the oil seal.
MD998761
7EN1131
INSPECTION
1. CAMSHAFT
Measure the cam height.
Item
Intake
9EN0058
Exhaust
Standard value mm
Limit mm
Europe
35.20
34.70
Hong Kong
34.85
34.35
34.91
34.41
2. LASH ADJUSTER
Caution
(1) The lash adjusters are precision-engineered
mechanisms. Do not allow them to become
contaminated by dirt or other foreign substances.
(2) Do not attempt to disassemble the lash adjusters.
(3) Use only fresh diesel fuel to clean the lash
adjusters.
Outside
cleaning
A
Inside
cleaning
B
Filling with
diesel fuel
(1) Prepare three containers and approximately five liters
of diesel fuel. Into each container, pour enough diesel
fuel to conpletely cover a lash adjuster when it is
standing upright. Then, perform the following steps
with each lash adjuster.
C
6EN1698
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(2) Place the lash adjuster in container A and clean its
outside surface.
NOTE
Use a nylon brush if deposits are hard to remove.
Diesel
fuel
6EN1699
(3) While gently pushing down the internal steel ball using
special tool MD998442, move the plunger through
5 to 10 strokes until it slides smoothly. In addition
to eliminating stiffness in the plunger, this operation
will remove dirty oil.
MD998442
Caution
The steel ball spring is extremely weak, so the
lash adjuster’s functionality may be lost if the
air bleed wire is pushed in hard.
Diesel fuel
6EN1707
NOTE
If the plunger remains stiff or the mechanism appears
otherwise abnormal, replace the lash adjuster.
(4) Removal the lash adjuster from the container. Then,
push down the steel ball gently and push the plunger
to eliminate diesel fuel from the pressure chamber.
Caution
Make sure the oil hole in the side of the body
is pointing toward container A. Do not point the
oil hole at yourself or other people.
MD998442
Diesel fuel
6EN1708
(5) Place the lash adjuster in container B. Then, gently
push down the internal steel ball using special tool
MD998442 and move the plunger through 5 to 10
strokes until it slides smoothly. This operation will
clean the lash adjuster’s pressure chamber.
MD998442
Diesel fuel
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Caution
The steel ball spring is extremely weak, so the
lash adjuster’s functionality may be lost if the
air bleed wire is pushed in hard.
6EN1707
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11B-11-5
(6) Remove the lash adjuster from the container. Then,
push down the steel ball gently and push the plunger
to eliminate diesel fuel from the pressure chamber.
Caution
Make sure the oil hole in the side of the body
is pointing toward container A. Do not point the
oil hole at yourself or other people.
MD998442
Diesel fuel
6EN1708
(7) Place the lash adjuster in container C. Then, gently
push down the internal steel ball using special tool
MD998442.
Caution
Do not use container C for cleaning. If cleaning
is performed in container C, foreign matter could
enter the pressure chamber when chamber is filled
with diesel fuel.
MD998442
Diesel fuel
6EN1709
(8) Stand the lash adjuster with its plunger at the top,
then push the plunger downward firmly until it moves
through its greatest possible stroke. Return the
plunger slowly, then release the steel ball and allow
the pressure chamber to fill with diesel fuel.
MD998442
Diesel fuel
6EN1710
(9) Remove the lash adjuster from the container, then
stand the lash adjuster with its plunger at the top.
Push the plunger firmly and check that it does not
move. Also, check that the lash adjuster’s height
matches that of a new lash adjuster.
NOTE
If lash adjuster contracts, perform the operations (7)
through (9) again to fill it with diesel fuel completely.
Replace the lash adjuster if it still contracts after
performing these steps.
6EN1711
(10)Stand the lash adjuster upright to prevent diesel fuel
from spilling out. Do not allow the lash adjuster to
become contaminated by dirt or other foreign matter.
Fit the lash adjuster onto the engine as soon as
possible.
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12. CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVES
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
108 ± 5 Nm
1
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
Back off
2
108 ± 5 Nm
5
6
13
7
14
17
16
15
9
18
3
12
19
20
21
11 10
22
8
4
Removal steps
AA" "DA 1. Cylinder head bolt
2. Washer
3. Cylinder head assembly
4. Cylinder head gasket
AB" "CA 5. Retainer lock
6. Valve spring retainer
"BA 7. Valve spring
8. Intake valve
AB" "CA 9. Retainer lock
10. Valve spring retainer
"BA 11. Valve spring
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AC" "AA 13.
14.
AC" "AA 15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
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Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Intake valve guide
Snap ring
Exhaust valve guide
Intake valve seat
Exhaust valve seat
Cylinder head
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6G7 ENGINE – Cylinder Head and Valves
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE>
108 ± 5 Nm
1
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
2
108 ± 5 Nm
5
6
Back off
7
13
14
11
16
17
3
9
22
15
10
18
21
12
19
20
8
4
7EN0915
AA" "DA
AB" "CA
"BA
AB" "CA
"BA
Removal steps
1. Cylinder head bolt
2. Washer
3. Cylinder head assembly
4. Cylinder head gasket
5. Retainer lock
6. Valve spring retainer
7. Valve spring
8. Intake valve
9. Retainer lock
10. Valve spring retainer
11. Valve spring
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AC" "AA 13.
14.
AC" "AA 15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
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Exhaust valve
Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Intake valve guide
Snap ring
Exhaust valve guide
Intake valve seat
Exhaust valve seat
Cylinder head
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11B-12-3
6G7 ENGINE – Cylinder Head and Valves
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
108 ± 5 Nm
1
Back off
5
2
6
13
108 ± 5 Nm
7
14
3
17
21
19
12 20
11
18
8
16
10
15
9
4
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
7EN1132
AA" "DA
AB" "CA
"BA
AB" "CA
"BA
Removal steps
1. Cylinder head bolt
2. Washer
3. Cylinder head assembly
4. Cylinder head gasket
5. Retainer lock
6. Valve spring retainer
7. Valve spring
8. Intake valve
9. Retainer lock
10. Valve spring retainer
11. Valve spring
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AC" "AA 13.
14.
AC" "AA 15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
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Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Valve stem seal
Valve spring seat
Intake valve guide
Exhaust valve guide
Intake valve seat
Exhaust valve seat
Cylinder head
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11B-12-4
6G7 ENGINE – Cylinder Head and Valves
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
<12-VALVE>
AA" CYLINDER HEAD BOLT REMOVAL
Using the special tool, loosen the cylinder head bolts.
Loosen evenly, little by little.
7EN0303
<24-VALVE>
MD998051
6AE0166
<GDI>
MD998051
7EN1133
MD998735
AB" RETAINER LOCK REMOVAL
Attach a tag with the cylinder No. and mounting location to
the detached valves, springs and other parts and store them
for reassembly.
7EN0892
<12-VALVE>
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MD998772
6AE0167
<GDI>
MD998772
7EN1134
AC" VALVE STEM SEAL REMOVAL
<24-VALVE>
Caution
Remove the valve stem seals with pliers and discard
them.
Do not reuse the stem seal.
7EN0444
<GDI>
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INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
"AA VALVE STEM SEAL INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
1. Install the valve spring seat.
MD998729
Valve
spring
seat
5EN0018
2. Using the special tool, install a new stem seal to the
valve guide.
Caution
Do not reuse the valve stem seal.
MD998729
7EN0081
I.D. Colour
Gray green
I.D. Colour
Gray
<24-VALVE, GDI>
1. Attach a valve spring seat.
2. Attach a new stem seal to the valve guide with the Special
Tool.
NOTE
Pay attention to the difference between the intake side
and exhaust side valve stem seals.
Intake side
Exhaust side
7EN0763
Identifying colour at the valve stem seal portion
Intake side: Gray
Exhaust side: Gray green
Caution
(1) Do not reuse valve stem seals.
(2) Always use the Special Tool to install valve stem
seals. Improper installation will cause oil leaks.
<24-VALVE>
MB991999
6AE0169
<GDI>
MD998763
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Identification
colour
Spring
retainer
11B-12-7
"BA VALVE SPRING INSTALLATION
(1) Install the valve spring with the painted end on the rocker
arm side.
Stem seal
Spring seal
6EN0544
MD998735
"CA VALVE RETAINER LOCK INSTALLATION
Using Special Tool install the valve retainer lock.
7EN0892
<12-VALVE>
7EN0507
<24-VALVE>
MD998772
6AE0167
<GDI>
MD998772
7EN1134
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Cylinder head bolt
Round
shoulder
Washer
"DA CYLINDER HEAD BOLT INSTALLATION
1. Fit washers to the cylinder head bolts and install the
bolts in the bolt holes in the cylinder head.
Make sure of the correct orientation of the washer when
installed.
Cylinder
head
7EN1138
2. Tighten the cylinder head bolts to the specified torque
in the order shown.
3. Loosen all bolts.
4. Tighten the cylinder head bolts to the specified torque
in the order shown.
<12-VALVE>
MD998051
7EN0442
<24-VALVE>
MD998051
<GDI>
MD998051
Front (right bank)
6
2
3
7
5
1
4
8
Front (left bank)
7EN1140
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INSPECTION
7EN0258
1. CYLINDER HEAD
(1) Check the cylinder head for water leaks, gas leaks,
damage or cracks before washing it.
(2) Completely remove oil, fur, sealer, carbon and the
like.
After washing the oil passages, blow air through them
to make sure they are not clogged.
(3) To ensure flatness of the cylinder head bottom surface,
measure the distortion of the surface using a straight
edge and a thickness gauge. When the distortion
exceeds the specifications, correct by grinding the
surface.
Standard values of bottom surface distortion:
12-valve engine: 0.05 mm
24-valve, GDI engine: 0.03 mm
Limit: 0.2 mm
Grinding limit: 0.2 mm
Height of the cylinder head:
12-valve engine: 84 mm
24-valve engine: 120 mm
GDI engine: 132 mm
Caution
The cylinder head bottom surface may be ground
to within 0.2 mm of the mating cylinder block.
Contact to be at
the centre of the
valve face.
2. VALVES
(1) When contact between the valve and the valve seat
is improper, unbalanced or nonexistent, correct the
valve seat.
(2) Change the valve when the margin doesn’t meet the
specifications.
Margin
Item
12-valve
Standard
value mm
Limit mm
Intake
1.2
0.7
Exhaust
2.0
1.5
Intake
1.0
0.5
Exhaust
1.2
0.7
Intake
1.0
0.5
Exhaust
1.5
1.0
6EN0542
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(3) Measure the total length of the valve. If the measured
value is below the limit, change the valve.
Item
Standard
value mm
Limit mm
Intake
102.97
102.47
Exhaust
102.67
102.17
24-valve
(6G72,
(6G72
6G74)
Intake
112.30
111.80
Exhaust
114.11
113.61
24-valve
(6G75)
Intake
110.30
109.80
Exhaust
112.11
111.61
GDI
Intake
102.28
101.78
Exhaust
101.40
100.90
12-valve
3. VALVE SPRING
(1) Measure the free height of the valve spring. When
the measured value exceeds the specified limit,
change the valve spring.
2°
Free height
Item
Standard value mm
Limit mm
12-valve
49.8
48.8
24-valve
51.0
50.0
GDI
47.2
46.2
1EN0264
(2) Measure the perpendicularity of the valve spring.
When the measured value exceeds the specified limit,
change the valve spring.
Standard value: 2° max.
Limit: 4°
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Stem outside diameter
4. VALVE GUIDE
Measure the clearance between the valve guide and the
valve stem. When the clearance exceeds the specified
limit, change the valve guide or the valve or both.
Item
12-valve
Guide inside diameter
1EN0279
24-valve
GDI
Valve stem
end
Valve
protrusion
Spring seat
surface
Standard
value mm
Limit mm
Intake
0.03–0.06
0.10
Exhaust
0.05–0.09
0.15
Intake
0.02–0.05
0.10
Exhaust
0.04–0.06
0.15
Intake
0.02–0.05
0.10
Exhaust
0.04–0.07
0.15
5. VALVE SEAT
Assemble the valve, and with it pressed down on the
valve seat measure the part of the valve which protrudes
from the spring seat surface. The length measured should
be between the spring seat surface and the valve stem
end. If the measured value exceeds the limit, change
the valve.
Item
DEN0212
12-valve
24-valve
GDI
<12-VALVE, GDI>
0.9 – 1.3 mm
65°
43.5 – 44°
Standard
value mm
Limit mm
Intake
41.65
42.15
Exhaust
41.65
42.15
Intake
49.30
49.80
Exhaust
49.30
49.80
Intake
47.10
47.60
Exhaust
46.60
47.10
6. VALVE SEAT RECONDITIONING PROCEDURE
(1) Check the clearance between the valve guide and
the valve, and if necessary, change the valve guide
before correcting the valve seat.
(2) Correct so that the valve seat width and angle are
as specified in the figure at left.
(3) After making the corrections, apply lapping compound
and adjust the valve and valve seat.
20°
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<24-VALVE>
65°
65°
25°
15° 43.5 – 44°
43.5 – 44°
7EN0273
7. VALVE SEAT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
(1) Cut off the inside of the valve seat to reduce its
thickness before pulling out the valve seat.
(2) Adjust the valve cylinder hole in the cylinder head
to the diameter of the oversize valve seat to be press
fitted.
0.5 – 1 mm
Cut off
0.5 – 1 mm
Item
12-valve
Standard
value mm
Intake
0.30 O.S.
44.30–44.33
0.60 O.S.
44.60–44.63
0.30 O.S.
38.30–38.33
0.60 O.S.
38.60–38.63
0.30 O.S.
34.30–34.33
0.60 O.S.
34.60–34.63
0.30 O.S.
31.80–31.83
0.60 O.S.
32.10–32.13
0.30 O.S.
37.80–37.83
0.60 O.S.
38.10–38.13
0.30 O.S.
34.80–34.83
0.60 O.S.
35.10–35.13
0.30 O.S.
36.30–36.33
0.60 O.S.
36.60–36.63
0.30 O.S.
33.30–33.33
0.60 O.S.
33.60–33.63
1EN0274
Exhaust
24-valve
(6G72
(6G72,
6G74)
Height of
valve seat
Intake
Exhaust
Oversize hole diameter
1EN0275
24-valve
(6G75)
Intake
Exhaust
GDI
Intake
Exhaust
(3) When press fitting a valve seat, cool it using liquid
nitrogen so as not to gall the cylinder head inside
diameter.
(4) Machine the valve seat.
(5) See “Valve seat reconditioning procedure.”
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Removal
Installation
Press
Press
MD998115
push rod
MD998115
Valve
guide
Valve
guide
6EN0543
11B-12-13
8. VALVE GUIDE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
<12-VALVE>
(1) Remove the snap ring from the exhaust valve guide.
(2) Using the special tool and a press, remove the valve
guide toward cylinder head gasket surface.
(3) Rebore valve guide hole to the new oversize valve
guide outside diameter.
Valve guide hole diameter
0.05 O.S.: 13.05 – 13.07 mm
0.25 O.S.: 13.25 – 13.27 mm
0.50 O.S.: 13.50 – 13.52 mm
NOTE
Do not install a valve guide of the same size again.
(4) Using the special tool, press-fit the valve guide,
working from the cylinder head top surface.
(5) After installing valve guides, insert new valves in them
to check for sliding condition.
(6) When valve guides have been replace, check for
valve contact and correct valve seats as necessary.
<24-VALVE, GDI>
(1) Remove the snap ring from the exhaust valve guide.
(2) Pull out to the cylinder block side using a press.
(3) Machine the valve guide hole in the cylinder head
to match the oversize valve guide to be press fitted.
Caution
Do not press fit another valve guide of the same
size.
protrusion
7EN0726
Item
24-valve
GDI
Standard value
mm
0.05 O.S.
11.05–11.07
0.25 O.S.
11.25–11.27
0.50 O.S.
11.50–11.52
0.05 O.S.
12.05–12.07
0.25 O.S.
12.25–12.27
0.50 O.S.
12.50–12.52
(4) Press fit the valve guide until the projection is 14.0
mm, as shown.
NOTE
(1) Press fit the valve guide from the top surface
of the cylinder head.
(2) Pay attention to the difference in the valve guide
length (45.5 mm for the intake side valve guide
and 50.5 mm for the exhaust side valve guide).
(3) After press fitting the valve guide, insert a new
valve and check the contact between the valve
guide and the valve.
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11B-13-1
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
13. OIL PAN AND OIL PUMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE>
3
25 ± 2 Nm
4
54 ± 5 Nm
5
2
10 ± 2 Nm
16
1
17
18
19
10 ± 2 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
10
9
15
19 ± 3 Nm
13
12
14
11
39 ± 5 Nm
44 ± 5 Nm
6
9 ± 3 Nm
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
"IA
"HA
"GA
AA" "DA
Removal steps
1. Oil pressure switch
2. Oil cooler by-pass valve
3. Oil filter
4. Oil filter bracket
5. Oil filter bracket gasket
6. Drain plug
7. Drain plug gasket
8. Oil pan
9. Oil screen
10. Oil screen gasket
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2001
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11.
12.
13.
"CA 14.
15.
16.
17.
AD" "AA 18.
AD" "AA 19.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Plug
Relief spring
Relief plunger
Oil seal
Oil pump case
Oil pump gasket
Oil pump cover
Oil pump outer rotor
Oil pump inner rotor
Added
11B-13-2
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR L200, CHALLENGER>
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
10 ± 2 Nm
20
17
21
12
14 ± 1 Nm
11
14 ± 1 Nm
19
16
19 ± 3 Nm
18
9 ± 1 Nm
15
23 ± 3 Nm
9
11 ± 1 Nm10
14
41 ± 8 Nm
13
4
44 ± 5 Nm
8
3
7
1
23 ± 3 Nm
10 ± 2 Nm
5
6
9 ± 3 Nm
39 ± 5 Nm
2
9 ± 3 Nm
Removal steps
"IA 1. Oil pressure switch
"HA 2. Oil filter
3. Oil filter bracket
4. Oil filter bracket gasket
5. Drain plug
"GA 6. Drain plug gasket
7. Cover
8. Oil level sensor <For Europe>
AC" "DA 9. Oil pan
10. Baffle plate
11. Oil screen
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"CA
"BA
AD" "AA
AD" "AA
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
9 ± 3 Nm
Oil screen gasket
Plug
Relief spring
Relief plunger
Oil seal
Oil pump case
O-ring
Oil pump cover
Oil pump outer rotor
Oil pump inner rotor
Added
11B-13-3
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V33V)>
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
21
19
23
22
10 ± 2 Nm
14 ± 1 Nm
13
19 ± 3 Nm
14
12
18
14 ± 1 Nm
20
24 ± 4 Nm
17
16
15
41 ± 8 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
9
44 ± 5 Nm
5
1
4
11
8
10 ± 2 Nm
2
54 ± 5 Nm
39 ± 5 Nm
24 ± 4 Nm
9 ± 3 Nm
7
9 ± 3 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
6
11 ± 1 Nm
3
9 ± 3 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
10
"IA
"HA
"GA
AB" "EA
AC" "DA
Removal steps
1. Oil pressure switch
2. Oil cooler by-pass valve
3. Oil filter
4. Oil filter bracket
5. Oil filter bracket gasket
6. Drain plug
7. Drain plug gasket
8. Cover
9. Cover
10. Oil pan, lower
11. Oil pan, upper
12. Baffle plate
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"CA
"BA
AD" "AA
AD" "AA
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Oil screen
Oil screen gasket
Plug
Relief spring
Relief plunger
Oil seal
Oil pump case
O-ring
Oil pump cover
Oil pump outer rotor
Oil pump inner rotor
Added
11B-13-4
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V63W, V65W, V73W, V75W), GDI>
10 ± 2 Nm
1
54 ± 5 Nm
19
4
3
5
5 ± 1 Nm
20
12
21
23 ± 3 Nm
22
11 ± 1 Nm
13
2
11
19 ± 3 Nm
10 ± 2 Nm
10
16
15
17
14 ± 1 Nm
14
18
8
9 ± 1 Nm
9
44 ± 5 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
6
7
39 ± 5 Nm
9 ± 3 Nm
9 ± 3 Nm
7EN1573
"IA
"HA
"GA
AC" "FA
Removal steps
1. Oil pressure switch
2. Oil filter
3. Oil cooler by-pass valve
<Except for Hong Kong>
4. Oil filter bracket
5. Oil filter bracket gasket
6. Drain plug
7. Drain plug gasket
8. Cover
9. Oil level sensor <For Europe>
10. Oil pan
11. Baffle plate
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13.
14.
15.
16.
"CA 17.
18.
19.
20.
AD" "AA 21.
AD" "AA 22.
PWEE9061-K
Oil screen
Oil screen gasket
Relief plug
Relief spring
Relief plunger
Oil seal
Oil pump case
Oil pump case gasket
Oil pump cover
Oil pump outer rotor
Oil pump inner rotor
Revised
11B-13-4a
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<24-VALVE FOR PAJERO (V67W, V77W)>
10 ± 2 Nm
1
19
54 ± 5 Nm
4
20
13
3
21
5
22
9 ± 2 Nm
23 ± 2 Nm
10 ± 2 Nm
12
5 ± 1 Nm
19 ± 3 Nm
2
14 ± 1 Nm
16 18
15
17
14
11
10
8
9 ± 1 Nm
44 ± 5 Nm
9
11 ± 1 Nm
6
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
39 ± 5 Nm
Removal steps
"IA 1. Oil pressure switch
"HA 2. Oil filter
3. Oil cooler by-pass valve
<Except for Hong Kong>
4. Oil filter bracket
5. Oil filter bracket gasket
6. Drain plug
"GA 7. Drain plug gasket
8. Cover
9. Oil level sensor <For Europe>
AC" "FA 10. Oil pan
11. Oil screen
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9 ± 3 Nm
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
"CA 17.
18.
19.
20.
AD" "AA 21.
AD" "AA 22.
PWEE9061-K
9 ± 3 Nm
Oil screen gasket
Baffle plate
Relief plug
Relief spring
Relief plunger
Oil seal
Oil pump case
Oil pump case gasket
Oil pump cover
Oil pump outer rotor
Oil pump inner rotor
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
MD998727
11B-13-5
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
MD998727
AA" OIL PAN REMOVAL
1. Remove the oil pan mounting bolts.
2. Knock the special tool between the oil pan and cylinder
block as shown in the illustration.
3. Tapping the side of the special tool, slide the tool along
the oil pan/cylinder block seal and thus remove the oil
pan.
AB" OIL PAN LOWER REMOVAL
Apply wood to the oil pan side and remove the oil pan lower
with a plastic hammer.
AC" OIL PAN UPPER REMOVAL
1. Detach the bolt (1) shown at left.
2. Detach all other bolts.
1
7EN0564
3. Screw a M10 bolt into bolt hole (A) shown (at both ends)
to remove the oil pan.
Caution
Do not use a scraper or special tool to remove the
oil pan.
A
7EN0565
AD" OIL PUMP OUTER AND INNER ROTORS
REMOVAL
Draw a setting mark on the oil pump outer and inner rotors
to facilitate reassembly.
Alignment marks
7EN0509
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11B-13-6
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
Alignment marks
"AA OIL PUMP INNER AND OUTER ROTORS
INSTALLATION
Install the oil pump outer rotor in the proper direction using
the setting mark drawn on it before disassembly.
Apply engine oil over the entire rotor surface.
7EN0509
"BA OIL PUMP CASE INSTALLATION
1. Remove the old liquid gasket from the cylinder block (oil
pump mounting surface) and from the oil pump.
2. Squeeze out about 3 mm of liquid gasket (FIPG) and
coat the coating surface with it.
Specified sealant:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
7EN0767
"CA OIL SEAL INSTALLATION
Using the special tool, knock the oil seal into the oil pump
case.
NOTE
Knock it as far as the surface.
MD998717
MD998717
Oil pump case
7EN0139
Crankshaft
Guide
Oil seal
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11B-13-7
"DA OIL PAN UPPER INSTALLATION
1. Clean the gasket coating surfaces of the cylinder block
and the oil pan upper.
2. Squeeze out a 4 mm bead of liquid gasket and coat
the coating surface with it.
A
Top view
Flange bolt tightening sequence
18
17
14 8
4
1
13 7
3
2
Liquid gasket:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
11
9
5
NOTE
During attachment of the oil pan upper, the sealer must
not be expelled from the flange portion of the oil pan
for distance A as shown.
15
6
16
10
12
Bottom view
7EN0568
"EA OIL PAN LOWER INSTALLATION
1. Clean the gasket coating surfaces of the oil pan upper
and the oil pan lower.
2. Squeeze out a 4 mm bead of liquid gasket and coat
the coating surfaces.
Liquid gasket:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
View from above
lower oil pan
Flange bolt tightening sequence
6
2
4
10
9
8
7
5
1
3
View from the bottom of the lower oil pan
7EN0894
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11B-13-8
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
"FA OIL PAN
1. Clean the gasket coating surfaces of the cylinder block
and the oil pan upper.
2. Squeeze out a 4 mm bead of liquid gasket and coat
the coating surface with it.
A
Liquid gasket:
MITSUBISHI GENUINE Part No. MD970389 or
equivalent
Top view
Flange bolt tightening sequence
11
9
17
16
13 8
4
12 7
3
1
NOTE
During attachment of the oil pan upper, the sealer must
not be expelled from the flange portion of the oil pan
for distance A as shown.
5
14
2
Bottom view
15
6
10
Oil oan side
"GA DRAIN PLUG GASKET INSTALLATION
Relpace the drain plug gasket with a new one. Fit the new
gasket as shown.
Caution
If the gasket is installed in the wrong direction, oil leaks
will occur.
Bracket side
Engine oil
"HA OIL FILTER
1. Clean the oil filter attaching surface on the side of the
cylinder block.
2. Apply engine oil to the O-ring for the oil filter.
3. Screw in the oil filter until its O-ring contacts the oil filter
attaching surface. Then tighten it further by about one
turn (at approx. 14 Nm).
6EN0591
"IA OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
Sealant: 3M ATD Part No. 8660 or equivalent
NOTE
(1) Sealant must not extend beyond the tip of the thread
portion.
(2) Do not overtighten the switch.
9EN0094
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6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
11B-13-9
INSPECTION
1. OIL PUMP
(1) Check for tip clearance.
Standard value: 0.03 – 0.08 mm
7EN0510
(2) Check for side clearance.
Standard value: 0.04 – 0.10 mm
7EN0511
(3) Check for body clearance.
Standard value: 0.10 – 0.18 mm
Limit: 0.35 mm
7EN0512
2. OIL COOLER BY-PASS VALVE
(1) Make sure that the valve moves smoothly.
(2) Ensure that the dimension L measures the standard
value under normal temperature and humidity.
L
Dimension L: 34.5 mm
(3) The dimension must be the standard value when
measured after the valve has been dipped in 100°C
oil.
Valve
Dimension L: 40 mm or more
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11B-13-10
6G7 ENGINE – Oil Pan and Oil Pump
3. OIL LEVEL SENSOR
Put the oil level sensor in the oil, then move the float
up and down with the oil at a temperature either lower
than 40°C or higher than 80°C, and check for continuity.
40°C
Float position
Switch ON/OFF
Condition when down
ON (continuity)
Condition when up
ON (continuity)
7EN0379
80°C
Float position
Condition when down
Condition when up
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Switch ON/OFF
OFF (no continuity)
ON (continuity)
Added
11B-14-1
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
14. PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<12-VALVE, 6G72–24-VALVE>
6
7
10
4
8
9
11
12
5
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
3
2
1
51 ± 1 Nm
Removal steps
1. Connecting rod cap nut
AA" "GA 2. Connecting rod cap
3. Connecting rod bearing, lower
"FA 4. Piston, connecting rod assembly
5. Connecting rod bearing, upper
"DA 6. Piston ring No.1
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"DA 7. Piston ring No.2
"CA 8. Oil ring
AB" "AA 9. Piston pin
10. Piston
11. Connecting rod
12. Bolt
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
11B-14-2
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<6G74–24-VALVE, 6G75>
6
7
12
4
8
10
11
9
13
14
5
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
3
2
1
"HA
AA" "GA
"EA
"FA
"EA
"DA
"DA
34 ± 2 Nm +90°
Removal steps
1. Connecting rod cap nut
2. Connecting rod cap
3. Connecting rod bearing, lower
4. Piston, connecting rod assembly
5. Connecting rod bearing, upper
6. Piston ring No.1
7. Piston ring No.2
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"CA 8.
9.
AC" "BA 10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PWEE9061-K
Oil ring
Snap ring
Piston pin
Snap ring
Piston
Connecting rod
Bolt
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
11B-14-3
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<GDI>
7
6
12
4
8
10
9
11
13
14
5
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
3
2
1
"HA
AA" "GA
"EA
"FA
"EA
"DA
"DA
34 ± 2 Nm +90°
Removal steps
1. Connecting rod cap nut
2. Connecting rod cap
3. Connecting rod bearing, lower
4. Piston, connecting rod assembly
5. Connecting rod bearing, upper
6. Piston ring No.1
7. Piston ring No.2
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2001
"CA 8.
9.
AC" "BA 10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Oil ring
Snap ring
Piston pin
Snap ring
Piston
Connecting rod
Bolt
Added
11B-14-4
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
Cylinder No.
AA" CONNECTING ROD CAP REMOVAL
Enter the cylinder No. on the side of the large end of the
connecting rod to facilitate reassembly.
7EN0448
Push rod
Guide B
Guide A:
17.9 mm
AB" PISTON PIN REMOVAL <6G72>
The special piston pin setting tool (MD998780) consists of
the parts shown at left.
Guide A:
18.9 mm
Guide C
Guide A:
20.9 mm
Base
Guide A:
21.9 mm
7EN0431
<12-VALVE>
Left bank
Right bank
1. Insert the special push rod tool from the front marked
side of the piston side and attach guide C.
Front mark
Identification mark
<24-VALVE>
CHALLENGER for
Europe, PAJERO
for Hong Kong
Except
CHALLENGER for
Europe, PAJERO
for Hong Kong
Front mark
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6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
2. Set the piston and connecting rod assembly to the special
tool piston pin setting base such that the front mark on
the piston faces upward.
3. Pull out the piston pin with a press.
Push rod
Front
mark
11B-14-5
Front mark
NOTE
After pulling out the piston pin, place the piston, the piston
pin, and the connecting rod in order for each cylinder
number.
Guide C
Base
7EN0390
<SOHC>
70°C
AC" PISTON PIN REMOVAL <6G74, 6G75>
1. Remove the snap rings.
2. Heat the piston to approximately 70°C and pull out the
piston pin.
Caution
The clearance between the piston and the piston pin
is an almost tight fit at normal temperature. Therefore,
be sure to heat the piston before pulling out the piston
pin. In addition, note that the piston is hot after heating.
7EN0570
<GDI>
70°C
7EN1150
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11B-14-6
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
Timing belt side
Left bank
Right bank
No. 2
No. 4
No. 6
Check degit
No. 5
No. 3
No. 1
Crankshaft
bore size
mark
"AA PISTON PIN INSTALLATION <6G72>
1. When replacing the piston, read off the cylinder bore
size mark on the cylinder block as illustrated, and select
a piston according to the following table.
Cylinder bore size mark
Piston size mark
I
A
II
None
III
C
NOTE
The piston size mark shows on the top of the piston.
D
C
Connecting rod
Piston pin
Piston
2. Measure the dimensions of the following parts and
portions:
A: Piston pin mounting portion
B: Distance between piston bosses
C: Piston pin
D: Connecting rod
3. Calculate by substituting each measured value into the
following equation:
L =
A
B
(A + 3.5 – C) – (B – D)
2
4. Insert the special push rod tool into the piston pin and
attach guide A to it.
5. Combine the piston and the connecting rod, matching
their front marks.
6. Apply engine oil to the outer periphery of the piston pin.
7EN0432
<12-VALVE>
Left bank
Right bank
Front mark
7. Insert the side of the piston pin guide A attached per
Step 4. into the pin hole from the side of the piston
containing the front mark.
Identification mark
<24-VALVE>
CHALLENGER for
Europe, PAJERO
for Hong Kong
Except
CHALLENGER for
Europe, PAJERO
for Hong Kong
Front mark
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6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
8. Screw guide B into guide A until they are distance L
(obtained per Step 3. above) plus 3 mm apart as shown.
3 mm + L
Guide B
11B-14-7
Guide A
7EN0433
Push rod
Piston pin
Front
mark
Front mark
9. Use special tools to set the piston pin to a special tool
piston setting base with the front mark of the piston facing
up.
10. Press fit the piston pin with a press. When the load required
for press fitting the piston pin is below the standard value,
change the piston pin (piston assembly) or the connecting
rod or both.
Standard values: 7,350 – 17,200 N
Guide A
Base
Guide B
7EN0391
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11B-14-8
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
Timing belt side
Left bank
Right bank
No. 2
No. 4
No. 6
Check degit
No. 5
No. 3
No. 1
Crankshaft
bore size
mark
"BA PISTON PIN INSTALLATION <6G74, 6G75>
1. When replacing the piston, read off the cylinder bore
size mark on the cylinder block as illustrated, and select
a piston according to the following table.
Cylinder bore size mark
Piston size mark
I
A
II
None
III
C
NOTE
The piston size mark shows on the top of the piston.
<Except GDI>
70°C
2. Heat the piston pin to approximately 70°C and set the
snap ring on one side first. Be sure to install the snap
ring with the shear droop directed toward the inside.
3. Make sure that the identification marks of the piston,
piston pin and connecting rod small end are of the
appropriate class. <6G74-SOHC>
mm
Class
7EN0570
Piston pin
I
II
III
I
No mark
III
22.005 –
22.007
22.003 –
22.005
22.001 –
22.003
I
No mark
III
I.D.
22.003 –
22.005
22.001 –
22.003
21.999 –
22.001
Clearance
(at normal
temperature)
–0.04 – 0
–0.04 – 0
–0.04 – 0
Identification
I
No mark
III
I.D.
22.012 –
22.020
22.010 –
22.018
22.008 –
22.016
Clearance
(at normal
temperature)
0.005 –
0.015
0.005 –
0.015
0.005 –
0.015
Identification
mark
<GDI>
O.D.
70°C
Piston
7EN1150
<6G74-SOHC>
Connecting
rod small end
Identification
marks
Identification
4. With the front mark of the connecting rod and that of
the piston located on the same side, insert the piston
pin.
5. After insertion of the piston pin, set the other snap ring.
<Except GDI>
Front mark
“74”
Front mark
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Caution
(1) Apply ample coat of engine oil to the periphery
of the piston pin and the hole of the connecting
rod small end.
(2) The clearance between the piston and the piston
pin is an almost tight fit at normale temperature.
Therefore, be sure to heat the piston before
inserting the piston pin.
(3) In addition, note that the piston is hot after heating.
PWEE9061-L
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
11B-14-9
<GDI>
Front mark
Front mark
<GDI>
Left bank
Right bank
Front mark
Identification mark
"CA OIL RING INSTALLATION
1. Fit the oil ring spacer into the piston ring groove.
Upper
side rail
end gaps
Lower
side rail
end gaps
NOTE
(1) Ensure that the end gaps of the side rails and spacer
are located as shown.
(2) The spacer and side rails (new) are color-coded as
detailed below according to their sizes.
<6G72, 6G74>
Spacer ends
<Except GDI>
Size
7EN1153
Side rail gap
Identification color
S.T.D.
None
0.50 mm O.S.
Blue
1.00 mm O.S.
Yellow
<6G75>
Size
<GDI>
Side rail end
Identification color
S.T.D.
None
0.25 mm O.S.
White
0.50 mm O.S.
Blue
2. Install the upper side rail
To install the side rail, first fit one end of the rail into
the piston groove, then press the remaining portion into
position by finger. See illustration.
Use of ring expander to expand the side rail end gap
can break the side rail, unlike other piston rings.
Caution
Unlike other piston rings, the side rail can break if
it is expanded with a ring expander.
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Revised
11B-14-10
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
3. Mount the lower side rail.
4. A three-piece oil ring, if installed correctly, should turn
smoothly in either direction. Check this.
"DA PISTON RING NO.2 / PISTON RING NO.1
INSTALLATION
Using a piston ring expander, fit the piston rings into position
with the ring ID mark facing up.
<Except GDI>
<GDI>
7EN1155
ID mark: 1T or T
ID mark: 2T or T2
Size mark
NOTE
Each piston ring is stamped with the following size mark as
appropriately.
<6G72, 6G74>
Size
Size mark
No.1
No.2
9EN0524
S.T.D.
None
0.50 mm O.S.
50
1.00 mm O.S.
100
<6G75>
Size
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Size mark
S.T.D.
None
0.25 mm O.S.
25
0.50 mm O.S.
50
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-14-11
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
"EA CONNECTING ROD BEARING INSTALLATION
NOTE
The replacement connecting rod bearings for the 6G72 and
6G73 engines are supplied in the unit of a package containing
all necessary number of bearings for the engine.
When replacing the bearing, select the proper bearing
according to the crankshaft identification color and the
connecting rod identification mark and install it.
Identification mark
7EN0603
<6G74, 6G75>
Crankshaft
Location of identification color
No. 1 pin
No. 2 pin
No. 4 pin
Identification mark
(color)
Production part
No. 3 pin
No. 6 pin
No. 5 pin
None
None
Apr. 2003
Spare
part
Yellow
Big end
Pin O
O.D.
D
mm
54.994 –
55.000
Bearing
Identification
mark
I.D. mm
Identification
color
Thickness
mm
0
57.992 –
57.998
Pink
1.483 –
1.486
1
57.998 –
58.004
Red
1.486 –
1.489
2
58.004 –
58.010
Green
1.489 –
1.492
0
57.992 –
57.998
Red
1.486 –
1.489
1
57.998 –
58.004
Green
1.489 –
1.492
2
58.004 –
58.010
Black
1.492 –
1.495
0
57.992 –
57.998
Green
1.489 –
1.492
1
57.998 –
58.004
Black
1.492 –
1.495
2
58.004 –
58.010
Brown
1.495 –
1.498
7EN0572
None
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Connecting rod
None
White
PWEE9061-K
54.988 –
54.994
54.982 –
54.988
Revised
11B-14-12
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
Upper side rail
"FA PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD INSTALLATION
1. Liberally coat the circumference of the piston, piston ring,
and oil ring with engine oil.
2. Arrange the piston ring and oil ring gaps (side rail and
spacer) as shown in the figure.
3. Rotate crankshaft so that crank pin is on center of cylinder
bore.
No. 1
Piston pin
No. 2 ring gap
and spacer gap
Lower side
rail
4. Use suitable thread protectors on connecting rod bolts
before inserting piston and connecting rod assembly into
cylinder block.
Care must be taken not to nick crank pin.
5. Using a suitable piston ring compressor tool, install piston
and connecting rod assembly into cylinder block.
7EN0032
<12-VALVE>
Left bank
Right bank
Front mark
Caution
Install the piston with the front mark on the top of
the piston facing towards the engine front (timing
belt side).
NOTE
6G72–12-valve or 6G74–GDI engine for rear wheel drive
vehicle, two types of pistons, one for cylinders 1, 3 and
5 and the other for cylinders 2, 4 and 6, have been used.
Piston with R: For cylinders 1, 3 and 5
Piston with L: For cylinders 2, 4 and 6
Identification mark
<GDI>
Left bank
Front mark
Right bank
Identification mark
Cylinder
number
"GA CONNECTING ROD CAP INSTALLATION
1. Mate the correct bearing cap with the correct connecting
rod by checking with the alignment marks marked during
disassembly. If a new connecting rod is used which has
no alignment mark, position the notches for locking the
bearing on the same side.
Notches
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PWEE9061-K
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
11B-14-13
2. Check if the thrust clearance in the connecting rod big
end is correct.
Standard value: 0.10 – 0.25 mm
Limit: 0.4 mm
"HA CONNECTING ROD CAP NUT INSTALLATION
1. Since the plastic region tightening method has been
employed for the connecting rod bolts and nuts, be sure
to check the bolts for elongation before reuse. Bolts can
be checked for elongation by finger-screwing the nut to
the end of the bolt threads. If the nut cannot be screwed
to the end smoothly, it indicates that the bolt threads
have elongated. In this case, replace the bolt with a new
one.
2. Before mounting the nut, coat the nut threads and seating
surface with engine oil.
3. After the nut has been mounted to each bolt and tightened
finger-tight, alternately tighten nuts as follows to install
caps properly.
4. Tighten nuts to 34 Nm.
Paint mark
90° – 100°
Paint mark
Nut
Bolt
6AE0298
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Aug. 1995
2001
5. Put a paint mark to the head of the nut.
6. With reference to the paint mark on the nut, mark the
bolt with a paint mark at the position angled 90° in the
nut tightening direction.
7. Tighten the nut 90° and check that the paint marks on
the nut and bolt are aligned with each other.
Caution
(1) If the tightening angle is less than 90°, poor
tightening performance could result. Make sure
of the correct tightening angle.
(2) If the tightening angle exceeds 100°, completely
back off the nut and start the procedure over.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
11B-14-14
6G7 ENGINE – Piston and Connecting Rod
INSPECTION
1. PISTON RING
(1) Check the clearance between the piston ring and
the ring groove. If it exceeds the specified limit, change
the ring or the piston and piston ring.
Standard values: No. 1 0.03 – 0.07 mm
No. 2 0.02 – 0.06 mm
Limit:
0.1 mm
7EN0475
(2) Place the piston ring in the cylinder bore, push it
in by applying the piston head side, and make sure
it is square.
Then measure the clearance at the ring ends with
a thickness gauge.
Change the piston ring if the clearance at the ring
end is excessive.
Push in using
the piston
Item
Piston ring
End clearance
7EN0476
No. 1 ring
Standard
value mm
Limit
mm
For Hong Kong
0.25 – 0.35
0.8
Except for Hong Kong
0.30 – 0.45
0.8
From 2003 model GDI
0.25 – 0.40
0.8
SOHC, 2002 model GDI
0.30 – 0.45
0.8
0.25 – 0.40
0.8
For Hong Kong
0.35 – 0.50
0.8
Except for Hong Kong
0.45 – 0.60
0.8
From 2003 model GDI
0.35 – 0.50
0.8
SOHC, 2002 model GDI
0.45 – 0.60
0.8
6G75
0.35 – 0.50
0.8
6G72 (For Hong Kong),
6G74, 6G75
0.10 – 0.35
1.0
6G72
0.20 – 0.60
1.0
6G72
6G74
6G75
No. 2 ring
6G72
6G74
Oil ring
1EN0246
Except for Hong Kong
2. CRANKSHAFT PIN OIL CLEARANCE
(PLASTIGAUGE METHOD)
(1) Drain oil from the crankshaft pin and the connecting
rod bearing.
(2) Place a piece of Plastigauge the length of the bearing
width on the crankshaft pin straight along the pin
centre.
(3) Gently place the connecting rod cap on top and tighten
the bolt to the specified torque.
(4) Detach the bolt and gently remove the connecting
rod cap.
(5) Measure the width of the crushed Plastigauge (at
the widest point) using the scale printed on the
Plastigauge package.
Standard value: 0.02 – 0.05 mm
Limit: 0.1 mm
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PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-15-1
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
15. CRANKSHAFT, FLYWHEEL AND DRIVE PLATE
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<6G72–12-VALVE>
11 ± 1 Nm
3
1
8
74 ± 2 Nm
10
74 ± 2 Nm
2
20
1
11 ± 1 Nm
7
11 ± 1 Nm
9
4
17
5
18
19
6
16
13
15
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
14
12
93 ± 4 Nm
11
Removal steps
1. Flywheel bolt
2. Flywheel
3. Ball bearing
4. Adaptor plate
5. Drive plate
6. Crankshaft adaptor
7. Rear plate
8. Ball bearing cover
"EA 9. Oil seal case
"DA 10. Oil seal
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Aug. 1995
2001
"CA
"CA
"BA
"BA
"BA
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
"BA 17.
"BA 18.
19.
20.
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Bearing cap bolt
Bearing cap
Thrust bearing (A)
Thrust bearing (B)
Crankshaft bearing lower
Crankshaft
Thrust bearing (B)
Thrust bearing (A)
Crankshaft bearing upper
Cylinder block
Added
11B-15-2
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<6G72–24-VALVE>
7
23 ± 2 Nm
1
28 ± 2 Nm
20
74 ± 2 Nm
10
21
22
3
9
2
11 ± 1 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
1
11 ± 1 Nm
74 ± 2 Nm
4
18
17
19
16
6
14
8
5
13
12
15
93 ± 4 Nm
Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
11
"EA
"DA
"CA
"CA
Removal steps
1. Flywheel bolt
2. Flywheel
3. Ball bearing
4. Adaptor plate
5. Drive plate
6. Crankshaft adaptor
7. Rear plate (M/T)
8. Rear plate (A/T)
9. Oil seal case
10. Oil seal
11. Bearing cap bolt
12. Bearing cap
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"BA 13. Thrust bearing (A)
"BA 14. Thrust bearing (B)
"BA 15. Crankshaft bearing lower
16. Crankshaft
"BA 17. Thrust bearing (B)
"BA 18. Thrust bearing (A)
19. Crankshaft bearing upper
20. Knock sensor <For Hong Kong>
21. Knock sensor bracket
<For Hong Kong>
22. Cylinder block
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-15-3
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
<6G74, 6G75>
74 ± 2 Nm
1
7
23 ± 2 Nm
3
17
28 ± 2 Nm
10
9
18
2
11 ± 1 Nm
19
74 ± 2 Nm
11 ± 1 Nm
1
11 ± 1 Nm
4
15
16
14
6
5
8
13
12
11
74 ± 4 Nm
Removal steps
1. Flywheel bolt
2. Flywheel
3. Ball bearing
4. Adaptor plate
5. Drive plate
6. Crankshaft adaptor
7. Rear plate (M/T)
8. Rear plate (A/T)
"EA 9. Oil seal case
"DA 10. Oil seal
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Apply engine oil to all
moving parts before
installation.
"CA 11. Bearing cap bolt
"CA 12. Bearing cap
"BA 13. Crankshaft bearing lower
14. Crankshaft
"BA 15. Thrust bearing
"BA 16. Crankshaft bearing upper
17. Knock sensor <For Taiwan, GDI>
"AA 18. Detonation sensor bracket
<For Taiwan, GDI>
19. Cylinder block
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-15-4
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
"AA DETONATION SENSOR BRACKET INSTALLATION
Check that the bracket is in proper contact with the cylinder
block boses and tighten to the specified torque in the order
shown.
Timing belt side
4
2
1
3
Identification color position
No.2 journal
No.4 journal
No.3 journal
No.1 journal
7EN0596
"BA CRANKSHAFT BEARING INSTALLATION
When the bearing needs replacing , select and install a proper
bearing by the following procedure.
1. Measure the crankshaft journal diameter and confirm its
classification from the following table. In the case of
a crankshaft supplied as a service part, identification colors
or mark of its journals are painted at the positions shown
in the illustration.
2. The cylinder block bearing bore diameter identification
marks are stamped at the position shown in the illustration
from front to back, beginning at No. 1.
Identification mark position
No.4
No.3
No.2
No.1
7EN0991
Cylinder bore size mark (reference)
No.2
No.4
No.1
No.3
Cylinder block bearing bore size
identification mark
Timing belt side
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7EN0992
Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
11B-15-5
<6G72–12-VALVE>
Combination of crankshaft journal diameter and cylinder block bearing bore diameter
O.D. mm
Cylinder block
bearing bore
diameter
identification
id tifi ti mark
k
Bearing
identification
color or
identification
id tifi ti
mark ((for
or
service part)
59.994 – 60.000
I
Pink, 1
II
Red, 2
III
Green, 3
I
Red, 2
II
Green, 3
III
Black, 4
I
Green, 3
II
Black, 4
III
Brown, 5
Crankshaft journal
Classification
Identification color or mark
Production part
Service part
None
Yellow or 0
1
2
None
3
None
None or 1
White or 2
59.988 – 59.994
59.982 – 59.988
<6G72–24-VALVE>
Combination of crankshaft journal diameter and cylinder block bearing bore diameter
Crankshaft journal
Classification
1
2
3
Identification mark
Production part
Service part
None
0
None
None
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1
2
Bearing
identification
color ((for
service
i part)
t)
O.D. mm
Cylinder block
bearing bore
diameter
id tifi ti mark
identification
k
59.994 – 60.000
I
Pink, 1
II
Red, 2
III
Green, 3
I
Red, 2
II
Green, 3
III
Black, 4
I
Green, 3
II
Black, 4
III
Brown, 5
59.988 – 59.994
59.982 – 59.988
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-15-6
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
<6G74, 6G75>
Combination of crankshaft journal diameter and cylinder block bearing bore diameter
Crankshaft journal
Classification
Identification color
Production part
Service part
None
Yellow
1
2
None
3
None
None
White
Identification mark
(SOHC)
Identification
color
Oil groove
7EN0600
Groove
Bearing
identification
color ((for
service
i part)
t)
O.D. mm
Cylinder block
bearing bore
diameter
identification
id tifi ti mark
k
63.994 – 64.000
I
Pink
II
Red
III
Green
I
Red
II
Green
III
Black
I
Green
II
Black
III
Brown
63.988 – 63.994
63.982 – 63.988
3. Select a proper bearing from the above table on the basis
of the identification data confirmed under Items 1. and
2..
[Example – Two-camshaft engine]
(1) If the measured value of a crankshaft journal outer
diameter is 59.996 mm, the journal is classified as
“1” in the table.
In case the crankshaft is also replaced by a spare
part, check the identification colors of the journals
painted on the new crankshaft. If the color is yellow,
for example, the journal is classified as “1”.
(2) Next, check the cylinder block bearing bore
identification mark stamped on the cylinder block.
If it is “I”, read the “Bearing identification color” column
to find the identification color of the bearing to be
used. In this case, it is “pink”.
(3) Install the bearing halves with oil groove on the
cylinder block side.
(4) Install the bearing halves without oil groove on the
bearing cap side.
(5) Install the thrust bearings on both sides of the No.3
bearing with the grooves facing outward.
7EN0602
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Apr. 2003
PWEE9061-K
Revised
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
11B-15-7
"CA BEARING CAP / BEARING BOLT INSTALLATION
1. Attach the bearing cap on the cylinder block as shown
in the figure.
2. Tighten the bearing cap bolts to the specified torque in
the sequence shown in the figure.
3. Check that the crankshaft rotates smoothly.
Crankshaft
Front mark
Bearing cap
Bearing cap bolt
Cylinder block
7EN0524
4. Check the end play. If it exceeds the limit value, replace
the thrust bearing.
Standard value : 0.05 – 0.25 mm
Limit: 0.4 mm
7EN0034
"DA CRANKSHAFT REAR OIL SEAL INSTALLATION
Using the Special Tool, press-fit a new crankshaft rear oil
seal into the seal case.
MD998718
Oil seal
case
7EN0465
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Nov.
Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
11B-15-8
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
"EA OIL SEAL CASE INSTALLATION
Squeeze out a 3 mm bead of liquid gasket (FIPG) and apply
it to the coating surface.
Liquid gasket:
MITSUBISHI genuine Part No. MD970389
7EN0467
INSPECTION
1. CRANKSHAFT
If the oil clearance exceeds the limit, replace the bearing,
and crankshaft if necessary.
Measure the outside diameter of journal and inside
diameter of crankshaft bearing. If the difference between
them (oil clearance) exceeds the limit, replace the
crankshaft bearing and, if necessary, crankshaft.
Standard value: 0.02 – 0.05 mm
Limit: 0.1 mm
Caution
Do not attempt an undersize machining on the
crankshaft with special surface treatment. This
crankshaft can be identified by its dull gray
appearance.
2. CRANKSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE
(PLASTIC GAUGE METHOD)
This crankshaft oil clearance can be measured easily
by using a plastic gauge, as follows:
Plastigage
(1) Remove oil and grease and any other foreign matters
from crankshaft journal and bearing inner surface.
(2) Install the crankshaft.
(3) Cut the plastic gauge to the same length as the width
of bearing and place it on journal in parallel with its
axis.
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Aug. 1995
2001
PWEE9520
PWEE9061-I
Added
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
11B-15-9
(4) Gently place the crankshaft bearing cap over it and
tighten the bolts to the specified torque.
(5) Remove the bolts and gently remove the crankshaft
bearing cap.
(6) Measure the width of the smashed plastic gauge at
its widest section by using a scale printed on the
plastic gauge bag.
Standard value: 0.02 – 0.04 mm
Limit: 0.1 mm
7EN0141
3. CYLINDER BLOCK
(1) Visually check for scratches, rust and corrosion. Also
use flaw detecting agents and the like to check for
cracks. If there are any defects, rectify the cylinder
block.
(2) Measure the flatness of the cylinder block top surface
with a straight edge and a thickness gauge. During
measurement, the cylinder block top surface must
be free from gasket pieces and the like.
7EN0460
Standard values: 0.05 mm
Limit: 0.1 mm
(3) Check for scratches or seizure of the cylinder wall.
If there are any defects, correct (bore it a oversize)
or change the cylinder block.
(4) Measure the inside diameter and the ovality of the
cylinder. If the cylinder is overly worn, correct it to
a larger size and change the pistons and the piston
rings.
12 mm
7EN0461
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Standard value:
Cylinder inside diameter:
6G72 91.1 mm
6G74 93.0 mm
6G75 95.0 mm
Ovality: 0.01 mm
PWEE9061-K
Revised
11B-15-10
6G7 ENGINE – Crankshaft, Flywheel and Drive Plate
4. BORING CYLINDER
(1) Oversize pistons to be used should be determined
on the basis of the largest bore cylinder.
Piston size identification
<6G72, 6G74>
Thrust
direction
Piston O.D.
Size
Identification mark
0.50 mm O.S.
0.50
1.00 mm O.S.
1.00
6EN0554
<6G75>
Size
Identification mark
0.25 mm O.S.
0.25
0.50 mm O.S.
0.50
NOTE
Size mark is stamped on the piston top.
(2) Measure outside diameter of piston to be used.
Measure it in thrust direction as shown.
(3) Based on the measured piston O.D., calculate the
boring finish dimension.
Boring finish dimension = Piston O.D. + (Clearance
between piston O.D. and cylinder) – 0.02 mm
(honing margin)
(4) Bore all cylinders to the calculated boring finish
dimension.
Caution
To prevent distortion that may result from
temperature rise during honing, bore cylinders,
in the order of No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5
and No. 6.
(5) Hone to the final finish dimension (Piston O.D. +
clearance between piston O.D. and cylinder.)
(6) Check the clearance between piston and cylinder.
Clearance
6G72
6G74
6G75
between piston and cylinder:
0.02 – 0.04 mm
0.03 – 0.05 mm
0.02 – 0.04 mm
NOTE
When boring cylinders, finish all of four cylinders to
the same oversize. Do not bore only one cylinder
to an oversize.
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PWEE9061-K
Revised
Service Bulletins
Click on the applicable bookmark to select the Service Bulletin.
SERVICE PUBLICATION & TRAINING
INTERNATIONAL AFTER-SALES DEPARTMENT. MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION
SERVICE BULLETIN
NO. :
MSB–03E11–001
DATE :
2003–01–20
DISUSE OF INJECTOR BACKUP RINGS IN GDI
ENGINES
SUBJECT :
GROUP :
DRAFTNO. :
ENGINE
INFORMATION
02EN516
INTERNATIONAL
AFTERĆSALES
DEPARTMENT
T. K
T
Kobayashi
b
hi – M
Manager S
SERVICE
RVIC
PUBLICATION & TRAINING
<MODEL>
<M/Y>
(EUR)CARISMA(DX) 97–01
(EUR)SPACE
RUNNER(DZ)
(EUR)SPACE
WAGON(DZL)
(EUR)GALANT(ST41)
(EUR)SPACE STAR
((MGX))
(EUR)PAJERO
PININ(KR)
(EUR)PAJERO/
MONTERO(CK)
1.
Description:
This service bulletin informs you of disuse of one of the backup rings that has been used in
each fuel injector on GDI engines.
2.
Applicable Manuals:
See attachment.
3.
Effective date:
From the engines produced in the middle of July 2002. This modification is also applicable
to the engines produced before that date, as modified injectors will be supplied as service parts
for these engines.
4.
Details:
The backup ring indicated by the arrow in the drawing below has been disused.
Backup ring
O-ring
Backup ring
Fuel injector
Disused
Insulator
MSB–03E11–001
1
Attachment
Applicable Manuals:
Pub. No.
Manual
ENGINE 4G6 (E–W)
W k h M
Workshop
Manuall
PWEE9616 (English)
PWES9617 (Spanish)
Page
11A-5a-1,
11A 5 2
11A-5a-2a
PWEF9618 (French)
PWEG9619 (German)
PWED9620 (Dutch)
PWEW9621 (Swedish)
ENGINE 4G9 (E–W)
W k h M
Workshop
Manuall
PWEE9502 (English)
PWES9503 (Spanish)
PWEF9504 (French)
11A-6c-1,
11A 6 1
11A-6c-1a,
11A-6c-1b,
11A-6c-2
PWEG9505 (German)
PWED9506 (Dutch)
PWEW9507 (Swedish)
ENGINE 6G7 (E–W)
W k h M
Workshop
Manuall
PWEE9061 (English)
PWES9062 (Spanish)
11A-6c-1,
11B 8 3
11B-8-3
PWEF9063 (French)
PWEG9064 (German)
PWED9065 (Dutch)
PWEW9066 (Swedish)
’98 CARISMA GDI
W k h M
Workshop
Manuall chassis
h
i
PWDE9502-C (English)
13J-103, 104
PWDS9503-C (Spanish)
PWDF9504-C (French)
PWDG9505-C (German)
PWDD9506-C (Dutch)
PWDW9507-C (Swedish)
2001 CARISMA
W k h M
Workshop
Manuall chassis
h
i
PWDE9502-E (English)
PWDS9503-E (Spanish)
PWDF9504-E (French)
PWDG9505-E (German)
PWDD9506-E (Dutch)
PWDW9507-E (Swedish)
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GLOBAL AFTER SALES OFFICE, MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION
SERVICE BULLETIN
NO. :
MSB–04E11–001
DATE :
CHANGE TO CRANKSHAFT BEARING SELECTION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR 6G7 ENGINES
SUBJECT :
GROUP :
INFORMATION
1.
2.
DRAFTNO. :
ENGINE
SERVICE
INFORMATION
MANAGEMENT
DEPARTMENT
<M/Y>
(EUR)PAJERO/
MONTERO
(V60 V70)
(V60,
04
03EN509
M. Shinjuku-General Manager
Description:
A crankshaft bearing with a blue identification color has been added to the assortment of bearings
available for selection when servicing a 6G75 engine in order to improve serviceability. This
service bulletin informs you of the changes to the bearing selection tables and bearing selection
examples necessitated by this addition of the bearing. Please incorporate them into the following
Workshop Manuals.
Applicable Manuals:
Manual
ENGINE 6G7(W-E) Workshop Manual
3.
<MODEL>
2004–02–20
Pub. No.
PWEE9061 (English)
PWES9062 (Spanish)
PWEF9063 (French)
PWEG9064 (German)
PWED9065 (Dutch)
PWEW9066 (Swedish)
Effective Date (Effective Models):
From the first production vehicles.
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11B-15-5, 6
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Details:
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