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Ranger/Drifter Overhaul
Manual
FOREWORD
This Manual has been prepared to provide information covering normal service repairs and maintenance for
the RANGER / DRIFTER SERIES.
As all information in this manual was the best available at the time of printing, vehicle specification and other
information will be updated in Service Information.
Ford/Mazda Motor Company
WARNING
Servicing a vehicle can be dangerous. If you have not received service-related training, the risks of injury,
property damage, and failure of servicing increase. The recommended servicing procedures for the vehicle in
this workshop manual were developed with Ford/Mazda-trained technicians in mind. This manual may be
useful to non-Ford/Mazda trained technicians, but a technician with our service-related training and
experience will be at less risk when performing service operations. However, all users of this manual are
excepted at least to know general safety procedures.
This manual contains "Warnings" and "Cautions" applicable to risks not normally encountered in a general
technician's experience. They should be followed to reduce the risk of injury and the risk that improper
service or repair may damage the vehicle or render it unsafe. It is also important to understand that the
"Warnings" and "Cautions" are not exhaustive. It is impossible to warn of all the hazardous consequences
that might result from failure to follow the procedures.
The procedures recommended and described in this manual are effective methods of performing service and
repair. Some require tools specifically designed for a specific purpose. Persons using procedures and tools,
which are not recommended by Ford/Mazda Motor Corporation, must satisfy themselves thoroughly that
neither personal safety nor safety of the vehicle will be jeopardized.
The contents of this manual, including drawings and specifications, are the latest available at the time of
printing, and Ford/Mazda Motor Corporation reserves the right to change the vehicle designs and alter the
contents of this manual without notice and without incurring obligation.
Parts should be replaced with genuine Ford/Mazda replacement parts or with parts, which match the quality
of genuine Ford/Mazda replacement parts. Persons using replacement parts of lesser quality than that of
genuine Ford/Mazda replacement parts must satisfy themselves thoroughly that neither personal safety nor
safety of the vehicle will be jeopardized.
Ford/Mazda Motor Corporation is not responsible for any problems, which may arise from the use of this
manual. The cause of such problems includes but is not limited to insufficient service related training, use of
improper tools, use of replacement parts of lesser quality than that of genuine Mazda replacement parts, or
not being aware of any revision of this manual.
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CONTENTS
Ranger / Drifter
Overhaul
Manual
ENGINE
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
APPLICATION:
This manual is applicable to vehicles
beginning with the Vehicle Identification
Numbers (VIN) shown on the following
page.
Title
General Information
Section
GI
G6
Engine
B1
WL, WL Turbo
Engine
B2
F2
Engine
B3
M15M–D
M15MX–D
R15M–D
R15MX–D
Manual transmission
J1
Manual transmission
J2
Transfer
J3
Technical Data
TD
Special Tools
ST
1999 Ford/Mazda Motor Company
All rights reserved. Reproduction by any means, electronic
or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by any
information storage and retrieval system or translation in
whole or part is not permitted without written authorization
from Ford/Mazda Motor Company.
PRINTED IN JAPAN, JAN.1999
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS (VIN)
U.K. specs.
WF0 DMB]30WW
WF0 LMB]30WW
WF0 DMDD30WW
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
WF0 LMDD30WW
WF0 DMFE40WW
WF0 LMFE40WW
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
European specs.
WF0 BMF]30WW
WF0 BME]30WW
WF0 DMF]30WW
WF0 DME]30WW
WF0 LMF]30WW
WF0 LME]30WW
WF0 BMD]30WW
WF0 BMC]30WW
WF0 DMD]30WW
WF0 DMC]30WW
WF0 LMD]30WW
WF0 LMC]30WW
WF0 BMB]30WW
WF0 BMA]30WW
WF0 DMB]30WW
WF0 DMA]30WW
WF0 LMB]30WW
WF0 LMA]30WW
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
WF0 BMFE40WW
WF0 BMEE40WW
WF0 DMFE40WW
WF0 DMEE40WW
WF0 LMFE40WW
WF0 LMEE40WW
WF0 BMD]40WW
WF0 BMC]40WW
WF0 DMD]40WW
WF0 DMC]40WW
WF0 LMD]40WW
WF0 LMC]40WW
WF0 BMB]40WW
WF0 BMA]40WW
WF0 DMB]40WW
WF0 DMA]40WW
WF0 LMB]40WW
WF0 LMA]40WW
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
General specs. (L.H.D.)
MNC BSF]30WW
100001 —
MNC BSE]30WW
100001 —
MNC BSF]3WWW
100001 —
MNC BSE]3WWW 100001 —
MNC BSB]30WW
MNC BSA]30WW
MNC BSB]3WWW
MNC BSA]3WWW
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
100001 —
MNB BSB]30WW
MNB BSA]30WW
100001 —
100001 —
General specs. (R.H.D.)
MNB BSF]30WW
100001 —
MNB BSE]30WW
100001 —
MNB BSBD50WW 100001 —
MNB BSAD50WW 100001 —
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GENERAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RANGE OF TOPICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERVICING PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ADVISORY MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TEXT SEQUENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FUNDAMENTAL PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . .
PREPARATION OF TOOLS AND
MEASURING EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIAL SERVICE TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INSPECTION DURING REMOVAL,
DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GI–1
1
GI–1
1
GI–1
1/2
GI–13
GI–13
GI–13
GI–14
GI–15
GI–15
GI–15
GI–15
ARRANGEMENT OF PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CLEANING OF PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RUBBER PARTS AND TUBING . . . . . . . . . . .
HOSE CLAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TORQUE FORMULAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VISE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NEW STANDARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ABBREVIATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GI–15
GI–15
GI–15/6
GI–16
GI–16
GI–16
GI–16
GI–16
GI–17
GI–17
GI–18/10
GI–10
GI–15
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
RANGE OF TOPICS
This manual contains the procedures for
performing all of the required service operations.
The procedures are divided into the following five
basic operations.
(1) Removal/Installation
(2) Disassembly/Assembly
(3) Replacement
(4) Inspection
(5) Adjustment
Simple operations which can be performed easily
just by looking at the vehicle, such as
removal/installation of parts, jacking, vehicle lift,
cleaning of parts, and visual inspection, have been
omitted.
SERVICING PROCEDURE
Inspection, Adjustment
The procedures for inspections and adjustments
are divided into steps. Important points in regard to
the location and contents of the procedures are
explained in detail and are shown in the
illustrations.
SHOWS PROCEDURE ORDER
FOR SERVICE
SHOWS TIGHTENING
TORQUE
SPECIFICATIONS
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Repair procedure
1. Most repair operations begin with an overview illustration. It identifies the components, shows how the parts fit
together, and describes visual part inspection. However, only the removal/installation procedures which need to
be performed methodically have written instructions.
2. Expendable parts, tightening torques, and symbols for oil, grease, and sealant are shown in the overview
illustration. In addition, symbols indicating parts which require the use of special service tools for
removal/installation are also shown.
3. The procedures are numbered and the part that is the main point of that procedure is shown in the illustration
with the corresponding number. Occasionally, there are important points or information concerning a procedure.
Refer to this information when servicing the related part.
SHOWS SERVICE
ITEM (S)
Procedure
Indicates any relevant
references which need to be
followed during installation.
“Removal/Installation”
Portion
“Inspection After
Installation” Portion
SHOWS SPECIAL
SERVICE TOOL (SST)
FOR SERVICE OPERATION
SHOWS PROCEDURE ORDER
FOR SERVICE
Install the parts
by performing
steps 1—3 in
reverse order
SHOWS APPLICATION
POINTS OF GREASE, ETC.
SHOWS TIGHTENING
TORQUE
SPECIFICATIONS
SHOWS EXPENDABLE PARTS
SHOWS DETAILS
SHOWS TIGHTENING
TORQUE UNITS
SHOWS THERE
ARE REFERRAL
NOTES FOR SERVICE
SHOWS SPECIAL
SERVICE TOOL (SST)
NO.
SHOWS REFERRAL
NOTES FOR
SERVICE
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SYMBOLS
There are eight symbols indicating oil, grease,
sealant, and the use of SSTs. These symbols
show the points of applying or using such materials
during service.
Symbol
R
SST
Meaning
TEXT SEQUENCE
The text sequence is as indicated by the arrows
shown below.
Example:
À
Kind
Apply oil
New appropriate
engine oil or
gear oil
Apply brake fluid
New appropriate
brake fluid
Apply automatic
transaxle/
transmission
fluid
New appropriate
automatic
transaxle/
transmission fluid
Apply grease
Appropriate
grease
Apply sealant
Appropriate
sealant
Apply petroleum
jelly
Appropriate
petroleum jelly
Replace part
O-ring, gasket,
etc.
Use SST
Appropriate SST
Á
À
Á
ADVISORY MESSAGES
You’ll find several Warnings, Cautions, Notes,
Specifications and Upper and lower limits in this
manual.
Warning
A Warning indicates a situation in which
serious injury or death could result if the
warning is ignored.
Caution
A Caution indicates a situation in which
damage to the vehicle could result if the
caution is ignored.
Note
A Note provides added information that will
help you to complete a particular procedure.
Specification
The values indicate the allowable range when
performing inspections or adjustments.
Upper and lower limits
The values indicate the upper and lower limits
that must not be exceeded when performing
inspections or adjustments.
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UNITS
UNITS
The actual converted values for 2.7 kgf/cm2 are
Electric current
A (ampere)
Electric power
W (watt)
Electric resistance
(ohm)
Electric voltage
V (volt)
Length
264 kPa and 38.4 psi. In the top specification, 2.7
is used as an upper limit, so its converted values
are rounded down to 260 and 38. In the bottom
specification, 2.7 is used as a lower limit, so its
converted values are rounded up to 270 and 39.
mm (millimeter)
in (inch)
kPa (kilo pascal)
Negative pressure
mmHg (millimeters of mercury)
inHg (inches of mercury)
kPa (kilo pascal)
Positive pressure
kgf/cm2 (kilogram force per square
centimeter)
psi (pounds per square inch)
Number of
revolutions
rpm (revolutions per minute)
N·m (Newton meter)
kgf·m (kilogram force meter)
Torque
kgf·cm (kilogram force centimeter)
ft·lbf (foot pound force)
in·lbf (inch pound force)
L (liter)
US qt (U.S. quart)
Imp qt (Imperial quart)
Volume
ml (milliliter)
cc (cubic centimeter)
cu in (cubic inch)
fl oz (fluid ounce)
Weight
g (gram)
oz (ounce)
Conversion to SI Units
(Système International d’Unités)
All numerical values in this manual are based on SI
units. Numbers shown in conventional units are
converted from these values.
Rounding off
Converted values are rounded off to the same
number of places as the SI unit value. For
example, if the SI unit value is 17.2 and the value
after conversion is 37.84, the converted value will
be rounded off to 37.8.
Upper and lower limits
When the data indicates upper and lower limits, the
converted values are rounded down if the SI unit
value is an upper limit and rounded up if the SI unit
value is a lower limit. Therefore, converted values
for the same SI unit value may differ after
conversion. For example, consider 2.7 kgf/cm2 in
the following specifications:
210—260 kPa {2.1—2.7 kgf/cm2, 30—38 psi}
270—310 kPa {2.7—3.2 kgf/cm2, 39—45 psi}
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FUNDAMENTAL PROCEDURES
FUNDAMENTAL PROCEDURES
PREPARATION OF TOOLS AND MESURING
EQUIPMENT
Be sure that all necessary tools and measuring
equipment are available before starting any work.
SXU00008
ARRANGEMENT OF PARTS
All disassembled parts should be carefully
arranged for reassembly.
Be sure to separate or otherwise identify the parts
to be replaced from those that will be reused.
SXU00004
SPECIAL SERVICE TOOLS
Use special tools when they are required.
49 SE01 310
SXU00009
CLEANING OF PARTS
All parts to be reused should be carefully and
thoroughly cleaned in the appropriate method.
DISASSEMBLY
If the disassembly procedure is complex, requiring
many parts to be disassembled, all parts should be
marked in a place that will not affect their
performance or external appearance and identified
so that reassembly can be performed easily and
efficiently.
Warning
Using compressed air can cause dirt and
other particles to fly out, causing injury to
the eyes. Wear protective eye wear
whenever using compressed air.
SXU00010
SXU00007
INSPECTION DURING REMOVAL, DISASSEMBLY
When removed, each part should be carefully
inspected for malfunctioning, deformation,
damage, and other problems.
REASSEMBLY
Standard values, such as torques and certain
adjustments, must be strictly observed in the
reassembly of all parts.
If removed, these parts should be replaced with new
ones:
1
Oil seals
2
Gaskets
3
O-rings
4
Lockwashers
5
Cotter pins
6
Nylon nuts
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FUNDAMENTAL PROCEDURES
HOSE CLAMPS
When reinstalling, position the hose clamp in the
original location on the hose, and squeeze the
clamp lightly with large pliers to ensure a good fit.
SXU00011
Sealant, a gasket, or both should be applied to the
specified locations. When sealant is applied, parts
should be installed before sealant hardens.
Hardened sealant causes leakage.
Oil should be applied to the moving components of
parts.
Specified oil or grease should be applied at the
prescribed locations (such as oil seals) before
reassembly.
SXU00015
TORQUE FORMULAS
When using a torque wrench–SST combination,
the written torque must be recalculated due to the
extra length that the SST adds to the torque
wrench. Recalculate the torque using the following
formulas. Choose the formula that applies to you.
Torque Unit
Formula
N·m
N·m [L/(L+A) ]
kgf·m
kgf·m [L/(L+A) ]
kgf·cm
kgf·cm [L/(L+A) ]
ft·lbf
ft·lbf [L/(L+A) ]
in·lbf
in·lbf [L/(L+A) ]
A: The length of the SST past the torque wrench
drive.
L: The length of the torque wrench.
SXU00012
ADJUSTMENT
Use suitable gauges and/or testers when making
adjustments.
SST
SXU00016
SXU00013
RUBBER PARTS AND TUBING
Prevent gasoline or oil from getting on rubber parts
or tubing.
VISE
When using a vise, put protective plates in the jaws
of the vise to prevent damage to parts.
SXU00017
SXU00014
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
2. Inspect the terminals of waterproof connectors
from the connector side, as they cannot be
accessed from the wiring harness side.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CONNECTORS
Disconnecting Connectors
When disconnecting two connectors, grasp the
connectors, not the wires.
Caution
To prevent damage to the terminal, wrap a
thin wire around the lead before inserting it
into the terminal.
SXU00020
Connectors can be disconnected by pressing or
SXU00024
pulling the lock lever as shown.
SXU00021
Locking Connector
When locking connectors, listen for a click that will
indicate they are securely locked.
SXU00022
Inspection
1. When a tester is used to inspect for continuity or to
measure voltage, insert the tester probe from the
wiring harness side.
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NEW STANDARDS
NEW STANDARDS
Following is a comparison of the previous standard and the new standard.
New Standard
Abbreviation
AP
Name
Previous Standard
Abbreviation
Accelerator Pedal
—
Accelerator Pedal
ACL
Air Cleaner
—
Air Cleaner
A/C
Air Conditioning
—
Air Conditioning
Barometric Pressure
—
Atmospheric Pressure
Battery Positive Voltage
VB
Battery Voltage
—
Brake Switch
—
Stoplight Switch
—
Calibration Resistor
—
Corrected Resistance
Camshaft Position Sensor
—
Crank Angle Sensor
CAC
Charge Air Cooler
—
Intercooler
CLS
Closed Loop System
—
Feedback System
CTP
Closed Throttle Position
—
Fully Closed
Closed Throttle Position Switch
—
Idle Switch
—
Clutch Position
BARO
B
CMP
sensor
—
CPP
Clutch Pedal Position
CIS
Continuous Fuel Injection System
CS sensor
CKP
sensor
Control Sleeve Sensor
EGI
CSP
sensor
Remark
Name
#6
Electronic Gasoline Injection System
Control Sleeve Position Sensor
Crankshaft Position Sensor
—
Crank Angle Sensor 2
DLC
Data Link Connector
—
Diagnosis Connector
DTM
Diagnostic Test Mode
—
Test Mode
DTC
#6
#1
Diagnostic Trouble Code(s)
—
Service Code(s)
DI
Distributor Ignition
—
Spark Ignition
DLI
Distributorless Ignition
—
Direct Ignition
Electronic Ignition
—
Electronic Spark Ignition
ECT
Engine Coolant Temperature
—
Water Thermo
EM
Engine Modification
—
Engine Modification
—
Engine Speed Input Signal
—
Engine RPM Signal
EVAP
Evaporative Emission
—
Evaporative Emission
EGR
Exhaust Gas Recirculation
—
Exhaust Gas Recirculation
FC
Fan Control
—
Fan Control
FF
Flexible Fuel
—
Flexible Fuel
4GR
Fourth Gear
—
Overdrive
Fuel Pump Relay
—
Circuit Opening Relay
#3
Fuel Cut Valve
#6
EI
—
FSO
solenoid
Fuel Shut Off Solenoid
FCV
GEN
Generator
—
Alternator
GND
Ground
—
Ground/Earth
HO2S
Heated Oxygen Sensor
—
Oxygen Sensor
Idle Air Control
—
Idle Speed Control
Incorrect Gear Ratio
—
—
IAC
—
#2
With heater
#1: Diagnostic trouble codes depend on the diagnostic test mode
#2: Controlled by the PCM
#3: In some models, there is a fuel pump relay that controls pump speed. That relay is now called the fuel pump
relay (speed).
#6: Part name of diesel engine
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NEW STANDARDS
New Standard
Abbreviation
Name
Previous Standard
Abbreviation
—
Injection Pump
FIP
Fuel Injection Pump
—
Input/Turbine Speed Sensor
—
Pulse Generator
IAT
Intake Air Temperature
—
Intake Air Thermo
KS
Knock Sensor
—
Knock Sensor
MIL
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
—
Malfunction Indicator Light
MAP
Manifold Absolute Pressure
—
Intake Air Pressure
MAF
sensor
Mass Air Flow Sensor
—
Airflow Sensor
MFL
Multiport Fuel Injection
—
Multiport Fuel Injection
OBD
On-Board Diagnostic
—
Diagnosis/Self-Diagnosis
OL
Open Loop
—
Open Loop
—
Output Speed Sensor
—
Vehicle Speed Sensor 1
OC
Oxidation Catalytic Converter
—
Catalytic Converter
O2S
Oxygen Sensor
—
Oxygen Sensor
PNP
Park/Neutral Position
—
Park/Neutral Range
—
Remark
Name
#6
PCM Control Relay
—
Main Relay
PSP
Power Steering Pressure
—
Power Steering Pressure
PCM
Powertrain Control Module
ECU
—
Pressure Control Solenoid
—
Line Pressure Solenoid Valve
Pulsed Secondary Air Injection
—
Secondary Air Injection System
Pulsed
injection
Pump Speed Sensor
—
NE Sensor
#6
Secondary Air Injection
—
Secondary Air Injection System
Inject with
compressor
Secondary Air Pulse Valve
—
Reed Valve
Sequential Multipoint Fuel Injection
—
Sequential Fuel Injection
—
1–2 Shift Solenoid Valve
—
Shift A Solenoid Valve
—
2–3 Shift Solenoid Valve
—
Shift B Solenoid Valve
PAIR
—
AIR
SAPV
SFI
—
Shift Solenoid A
—
Shift Solenoid B
—
Engine Control Unit
Shift Solenoid C
—
3–4 Shift Solenoid Valve
3GR
Third Gear
—
3rd Gear
TWC
Three Way Catalytic Converter
—
Catalytic Converter
Throttle Body
—
Throttle Body
Throttle Position Sensor
—
Throttle Sensor
TB
TP sensor
TCV
Timer Control Valve
TCC
Torque Converter Clutch
—
Lock-up Position
TCM
Transmission (Transaxle) Control
Module
—
EC-AT Control Unit
—
Transmission (Transaxle) Fluid
Temperature Sensor
—
ATF Thermosensor
TR
Transmission (Transaxle) Range
—
Inhibitor Position
TC
Turbocharger
—
Turbocharger
Vehicle Speed Sensor
—
Vehicle Speed Sensor
Voltage Regulator
—
IC Regulator
VSS
VR
TCV
Timing Control Valve
#6
#4
#6
#4: Device that controls engine and powertrain
#6: Part name of diesel engine
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New Standard
Abbreviation
VAF
sensor
WU-TWC
WOT
Name
Previous Standard
Abbreviation
Remark
Name
Volume Air Flow Sensor
—
Air flow Sensor
Warm Up Three Way Catalytic
Converter
—
Catalytic Converter
Wide Open Throttle
—
Fully Open
#5
#5: Directly connected to exhaust manifold
ABBREVIATIONS
1ST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3RD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4TH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5TH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BTDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CARB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
H....................
IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
L ....................
max. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
min. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
First
Second
2-wheel
Third
Fourth
4-wheel
Fifth
Before top dead center
Carburetor
Continuous fuel injection
system
Exhaust
Fuel injection pump
Hydraulic lash adjuster
High
Intake
Low
Maximum
Minimum
Special service tool
Top dead center
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ENGINE OVERHAUL SERVICE
WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 1
ENGINE MOUNTING/DISMOUNTING . . . . B2– 1
MOUNTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 1/2
DISMOUNTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 2
ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY . . . . B2– 3
TIMING BELT DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 3/4
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY (I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 5/7
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY (II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2– 8/10
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY (I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–11/12
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY (II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–13/18
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY (III) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–19/21
ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . B2–22
CYLINDER HEAD INSPECTION/
REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–22
VALVE INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–22/23
VALVE GUIDE INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . B2–23
VALVE GUIDE REPLACEMENT . . . . . . . B2–23
VALVE SEAT INSPECTION/REPAIR . . . B2–24
VALVE SPRING INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . B2–24
CAMSHAFT INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–24/25
CAMSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–25
CAMSHAFT END PLAY
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–25
CYLINDER BLOCK INSPECTION/
REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–26
OIL JET VALVE, NOZZLE
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–26
PISTON INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–26
PISTON CLEARANCE INSPECTION/
REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–26
PISTON RING CLEARANCE
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–26/27
PISTON PIN CLEARANCE
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–27
CRANKSHAFT INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . B2–27/28
CRANKSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–28
CRANKSHAFT END PLAY INSPECTION/
REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–28
CONNECTING ROD INSPECTION . . . . B2–29
CONNECTING ROD OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–29
CONNECTING ROD SIDE CLEARANCE
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–29
PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–29/30
BALANCE SHAFT INSPECTION
(WL Turbo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–30
BOLT INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2–30
TENSIONER SPRING INSPECTION . . . B2–30/31
VALVE CLEARANCE INSPECTION . . . . B2–31
GEAR CLEARANCE INSPECTION . . . . B2–31
PLUNGER SPRING INSPECTION . . . . . B2–31
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Warning
Continuous exposure with USED engine oil
has caused skin cancer in laboratory mice.
Protect your skin by washing with soap and
water immediately after this work.
MOUNTING
1. Install the engine hanger (JE48 10 561C) to the
cylinder head by using bolt (99794 0820) or
(M8X1.25, 6T, Length 20mm {0.79 in}) as shown.
Tightening torque
19—25 N·m {1.9—2.6 kgf·m,14—18 ft·lbf}
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2. Install the SSTs (arms and attachments) to the
holes as shown, and hand tighten the SST (bolts).
49 0107 680A
49 L010 102
49 L010 107
8. Remove the engine hanger (JE48 10 561C).
9. Drain the engine oil into a container.
10. Install the drain plug by using new washer.
49 L010 106
3. Assemble the SSTs (bolts, nuts and plate) to the
specified positions.
Tightening torque
30—41 N·m {3.0—4.2 kgf·m, 22—30 ft·lbf}
49 L010 101
DISMOUNTING
Dismount in the reverse order of mounting.
49 L010 105
49 L010 104
4. Adjust the SST (bolts) so that less than 20 mm
{0.79 in} of thread is exposed.
5. Make the SSTs (plate and arms) parallel by
adjusting the SST (bolts and nuts).
6. Tighten the SST (bolts and nuts) to affix the SST
firmly.
PARALLEL
BOLT
PLATE
ARM
HOOK
ENGINE
NUT
WASHER
BOLT
NUT LESS THAN 20 mm
{0.79 in}
Warning
Self-locking brake system of the engine
stand may not be effective when the engine
is held in an unbalanced position.
This could lead to sudden, rapid movement
of the engine and mounting stand handle
and cause serious injury.
Never keep the engine in an unbalanced
position, and always hold the rotating
handle firmly when turning the engine.
7. Mount the engine on the SST (engine stand).
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ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
TIMING BELT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
5.0—8.8 N·m
{50—90 kgf·cm, 44—78 in·lbf}
R
R
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
38—51 {3.8—5.3, 28—38}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
1
Water pump
2
Vacuum pump
3
Cylinder head cover
+ Assembly Note
4
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
Timing belt cover
+ Assembly Note
5
Tensioner, Tensioner spring
+ Disassembly Note
6
Pulley plate
7
Timing belt
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
Tensioner, Tensioner Spring Disassembly Note
1. Turn the crankshaft clockwise and align the timing
marks as shown.
TIMING MARK
CAMSHAFT
PULLEY
TIMING MARK
TENSIONER
SPRING
TENSIONER
FIP PULLEY
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Timing belt deflection
9.0—10.0 mm {0.36—0.39 in} at
98 N {10 kgf, 22 lbf}
2. Remove the tensioner and tensioner spring.
Timing Belt Disassembly Note
Timing Belt Cover Assembly Note
Tighten the timing belt cover bolts in the order
shown.
Caution
The following will damage the belt and
shorten its life; Forcefully twisting it,
turning it inside out, or allowing oil or
grease on it.
Mark the timing belt rotation on the belt for proper
reinstallation.
FAULTY
FAULTY
ROTATION
ARROW
FAULTY
Cylinder Head Cover Assembly Note
1. Before installing the cylinder head cover, inspect
the valve clearance.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
VALVE CLEARANCE INSPECTION.)
2. Apply silicone sealant to the cylinder head as
shown.
FAULTY
25 mm {1.0 in} MIN.
Timing Belt Assembly Note
1. Turn the crankshaft clockwise and align the timing
marks as shown.
TENSIONER
LOCK BOLT
DEFLECTION
CHECKING
POINT
TIMING
MARK
TIMING MARK
Thickness
ø 1.5—2.5 mm {0.060—0.098 in}
CAMSHAFT
PULLEY
TENSIONER
SPRING
TENSIONER
FIP PULLEY
Caution
Overtensioning of the timing belt can cause
breakage of the belt and the camshaft.
2. Verify that the FIP attaching bolts and nuts are
tightened to the specified torque.
This must be done to prevent overtensioning of the
timing belt after it has been installed.
3. Install the timing belt.
4. Install the tensioner, tensioner spring, and the lock
bolt.
5. Turn the crankshaft clockwise twice, and align the
timing marks. If they are not aligned, remove the
timing belt and repeat from Timing Belt Assembly
Note step 1.
6. Loosen the tensioner lock bolt to apply tension to
the belt. Do not apply tension other than that of the
tensioner spring.
7. Tighten the tensioner lock bolt. Be sure the
tensioner does not move together with the bolt
rotation.
8. Turn the crankshaft clockwise twice, and check the
timing belt deflection as shown. If it is incorrect,
repeat from Tensioner, Tensioner Spring
Disassembly Note.
3. Tighten cylinder head cover bolts A and B.
Tightening torque
1.5—2.9 N·m {15—30 kgf·cm, 14—26 in·lbf}
A
ENGINE
FRONT
B
4. Tighten the cylinder head cover bolts in the order
shown.
Tightening torque
5.0—8.8 N·m {50—90 kgf·cm, 44—78 in·lbf}
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CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (I)
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
29 {3.0, 22} + (90° —105° ) + (90° —105° )
6.4—9.3 N·m
{65—95 kgf·cm, 57—82 in·lbf}
18—19 {1.8—2.0, 13.1—14.4}
R
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
R
123—140 {12.5—14.3, 91—103}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Blind cover
+ Assembly Note
5
Seal plate
+ Assembly Note
2
Water temperature sender unit
+ Assembly Note
6
3
Water temperature sensor
Cylinder head
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
4
Camshaft pully
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
7
Cylinder head gasket
+ Assembly Note
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Camshaft Pulley Disassembly Note
Hold the camshaft by using a wrench on the cast
hexagon.
A
A
3. Put a paint mark on each bolt head.
4. Using the marks as a reference, tighten the bolts
by turning each 90° —105° in the sequence
shown.
5. Further tighten each bolt by turning another 90°
—105°.
Cylinder Head Disassembly Note
1. Remove bolts A.
2. Loosen the cylinder head bolts in two or three
steps in the order shown.
PAINT MARK
A
90° —105°
90° —105°
PAINT MARK
A
6. Tighten bolts A.
Cylinder Head Gasket Assembly Note
Apply silicone sealant to the cylinder head as
shown.
Tightening torque
18—19 N·m {1.8—2.0 kgf·m, 13.1—14.4 ft·lbf}
Seal Plate Assembly Note
Tighten the seal plate bolts in the order shown.
Thickness
ø 2.0–3.0 mm {0.08—0.11 in}
16.0 mm
{0.63 in}
40.5 mm
{1.59 in}
48.5 mm
{1.91 in}
ENGINE
FRONT
9.0 mm
{0.35 in}
Cylinder Head Assembly Note
1. Apply clean engine oil to the threads and the seat
face of each bolt and install them.
2. Tighten the bolts in two or three steps in the order
shown in the figure.
Camshaft Pulley Assembly Note
Hold the camshaft by using a wrench on the cast
hexagon and tighten the pulley lock bolt.
Tightening torque
29 N·m {3.0 kgf·m, 22 ft·lbf}
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Water Temperature Sender Unit Assembly Note
Apply silicone sealant to the thread of the water
temperature sender unit as shown.
3 PITCHES
Blind Cover Assembly Note
Apply silicone sealant to the blind cove as shown.
Thickness
ø 1.5—2.5 mm {0.060—0.098 in}
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CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (II)
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
11.3—14.2 N·m {115—145 kgf·cm, 100—125 in·lbf}
R
SST
16—20 {1.6—2.1, 12—15}
SST
SST
R
20—30 {2.0—3.1, 15—22}
R
30—41 {3.0—4.2, 22—30}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Camshaft cap
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
6
Valve spring seat, upper
7
Valve spring
+ Assembly Note
Camshaft
+ Disassembly Note
8
Valve spring seat, lower
3
Rocker arm
+ Assembly Note
9
Valve
10
4
Pivot
Valve seal
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
5
Valve keeper
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
11
Water outlet pipe
2
Camshaft Cap Disassembly Note
1. Measure the camshaft end play.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CAMSHAFT END PLAY INSPECTION.)
2. Loosen the camshaft cap bolts in three or four
steps in the order shown.
ENGINE
FRONT
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Camshaft Disassembly Note
Measure the camshaft oil clearance.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CAMSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE INSPECTION.)
49 L012 001
49 L012 002
Valve Keeper Disassembly Note
Remove the valve keeper by using the SST.
VALVE SEAL
49 L012 005
49 0636 100B
49 B012 0A2
VALVE GUIDE
CYLINDER HEAD
Valve Spring Assembly Note
Install the valve spring with the closer pitch toward
the cylinder head.
A
Valve Seal Disassembly Note
Remove the valve seal by using the SST.
A GREATER
THAN B
B
49 S120 170
CYLINDER HEAD
Valve Keeper Assembly Note
Install the valve keeper by using the SST.
VALVE SEAL
49 0636 100B
VALVE GUIDE
49 B012 0A2
Valve Seal Assembly Note
1. Assemble the SST so that depth L is as specified.
Depth L
15.6 mm {0.614 in}
49 L012 001
Rocker Arm Assembly Note
If new locker arm is used, set dimension A as
follows.
L
Dimension A
0—4 mm {0—0.1 in}
49 L012 002
49 L012 005
11.5 mm {0.453 in}
2. Press the valve seal onto the valve guide by hand.
3. Tap the SST by using a plastic hammer until its
lower end touches the cylinder head.
A
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Camshaft Cap Assembly Note
1. Apply silicone sealant to the front camshaft cap
mounting surfaces as shown. Avoid sealant from
projected onto the camshaft journal, oil seal
surface, and camshaft thrust surface.
Caution
Because there is little camshaft thrust
clearance, the camshaft must be held
horizontally while it is installed.
Otherwise, excessive force will be applied
to the thrust area, causing burr on the
thrust receiving area of the cylinder head
journal. To avoid this, the following
procedure must be observed.
2. Tighten the camshaft cap bolts gradually in three or
four steps in the order shown.
ENGINE
FRONT
3. Apply clean engine oil to the new oil seal.
4. Push the oil seal slightly in by hand.
5. Tap the oil seal into the cylinder head by using the
SST and a hammer.
49 S010 001
CYLIN
DER
HEAD
0.5—1.0 mm {0.02—0.03 in}
HAMMER
OIL SEAL
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CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (I)
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
R
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
R
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
30—41 {3.0—4.2, 22—30}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
2
Oil pan
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
3
Oil pipe
4
Oil drain plug
Oil strainer
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Oil Pan Disassembly Note
Remove the oil pan by using a separator tool.
SEPARATOR TOOL
Oil Pan Assembly Note
Apply silicone sealant to the oil pan as shown.
Thickness
ø2.0—3.0 mm {0.08—0.11 in}
OIL PAN
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CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (II)
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
8.9—12.7 N·m
{90—130 kgf·cm,
79—112 in·lbf}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
45.5—67.4 {4.63—6.88, 33.5—49.7}
(WL Turbo ONLY)
25—33 {2.5—3.4,
19—24}
59—68
{6.0—7.0,
44—50}
97—102 {9.8—10.5, 71—75}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
19—25 {1.9—2.6, 14—18}
344—392 {35—40, 260—280}
7.9—11.7 N·m
{80—120 kgf·cm, 70—104 in·lbf}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Crankshaft pulley
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
9
Flywheel
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
2
FIP pulley
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
10
End plate
11
Timing gear cover
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
Rear cover
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
12
Oil pump cover
+ Assembly Note
4
Oil pump
13
Driven gear
5
FIP gear
+ Disassembly Note
14
Plug
6
Timing gear
+ Assembly Note
15
Plunger spring
16
Control plunger
7
FIP
17
Oil pump body
8
Timing gear case
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
3
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Crankshaft Pulley Disassembly Note
Remove the crankshaft pulley by using the SST.
BTDC30°
TDC
ABOUT
13 TEETH
49 E011 1A0
3. Verify that the end-gap (V groove) of the timing
gear case and the chip cut gear of the FIP gear are
aligned.
FIP Pulley Disassembly Note
Remove the FIP pulley by using the SST.
Note
If the chip cut gear is hard to find, move the
FIP gear on notch back and forth, then check
the chip cut gear.
GEAR CASE (V GROOVE)
VIEW A
FIP GEAR
49 E011 1A0
VIEW A
Timing Gear Cover Disassembly Note
1. Remove the timing gear cover by using a separator
tool.
No.2 IDLER
FIP GEAR
(HELICAL GEAR)
CHIP CUT GEAR
ABOUT 0.5 mm
{0.02 in}
ABOUT 0.3 mm
{0.12 in}
FRICTION
GEAR
SEPARATOR TOOL
2. Remove the oil seal by using a screwdriver
protected with a rag.
4. Hold the crankshaft by using the SST and loosen
the gear nut.
GEAR NUT
RAG
49 E011 1A0
FIP Gear Disassembly Note
1. Set the No.1 cylinder to compression TDC.
2. Rotate the flywheel ring gear from TDC to
approximately 30° BTDC (About 13 teeth on the
gear).
5. Remove the FIP gear by using the SST.
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49 S120 215A
Timing Gear Case Disassembly Note
Remove the timing gear case by using the
separator tool.
Rear Cover Assembly Note
1. Apply clean engine oil to the oil seal.
2. Push the oil seal slightly in by hand.
3. Press the oil seal in evenly by using the SST.
SEPARATOR TOOL
49 S011 103
0—0.5 mm {0—0.01 in}
REAR OIL SEAL
Flywheel Disassembly Note
Remove the flywheel by using the SST.
4. Apply silicone sealant to the rear cover as shown.
Thickness
ø 2 mm {0.07 in}
49 E011 1A0
Rear Cover Disassembly Note
Remove the oil seal by using a screwdriver
protected with a rag.
Flywheel Assembly Note
1. Hold the crankshaft by using the SST.
2. Tighten the bolts in the order shown.
KNOCK PIN
RAG
Oil Pump Cover Assembly Note
Tighten the bolts in two or three steps in the order
shown.
49 E011 1A0
Timing Gear Case Assembly Note
1. Install the new O-ring.
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2. Apply silicone sealant to the timing gear case as
shown. Do not apply sealant to the O-ring.
3. Verify that the 11th and 12th teeth of the FIP gear
(helical gear) and the teeth of the friction gear are
aligned, then mark a paint mark on the friction
gear. If not aligned, move the friction gear by using
a screwdriver.
Thickness
ø 1.5—2.5 mm {0.060—0.098 in}
FRICTION GEAR
R
HELICAL GEAR
11 TEETH
12 TEETH
PAINT MARK
3. Tighten the bolts in two or three steps in the order
shown.
4. Set the No.1 cylinder to compression TDC.
5. Rotate the flywheel ring gear from TDC to
approximatey 30° BTDC (About 13 teeth on the
gear.)
BTDC30°
TDC
ABOUT
13 TEETH
Timing Gear Assembly Note
1. Make a paint mark on the side chip cut gear of the
FIP gear.
PAINT MARK
FIP GEAR
(HELICAL GEAR)
CHIP CUT
GEAR
FRICTION GEAR
2. Make a paint mark on the 11th and 12th teeth of
the helical gear counted from chip cut gear.
CHIP CUT GEAR
FIP GEAR
VIEW A
VIEW A
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Note
The helical gears except for the FIP gear have a punch mark as the timing mark. The timing mark of each
gear can be aligned easily if the paint mark is made on the punch mark.
6. Align the timing marks and temporarily install the timing gears. For the FIP gear, verify that the paint marks
(view A) are also aligned.
PAINT MARK
FIP GEAR
No.1
IDLER
No.2
IDLER
BALANCE SHAFT
WL Turbo ONLY
No.3
IDLER
BALANCE SHAFT
CRANKSHAFT
TIMING GEAR
7. Hold the crankshaft by using the SST, and tighten the bolts.
Tightening Torque
A: 19—25 N·m {1.9—2.6 kgf·m, 14—18 ft·lbf}
B: 45.5—67.4 N·m {4.63—6.88 kgf·m, 33.5—49.7 ft·lbf}
C: 59—68 N·m {6.0—7.0 kgf·m, 44—50 ft·lbf}
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Timing Gear Cover Assembly Note
1. Apply clean engine oil to the oil seal.
2. Push the oil seal slightly in by hand.
3. Press the oil seal in evenly by using the SST.
Crankshaft Pulley Assembly Note
Install the crankshaft pulley by using the SST.
49 0259 749
49 E011 1A0
49 S010 301
0—0.4 mm {0—0.01 in}
OIL SEAL
4. Apply silicone sealant to the timing gear cover as
shown.
Thickness
ø 1.5—2.5 mm {0.060—0.098 in}
5. Tighten the bolts in two or three steps in the order
shown.
FIP Pulley Assembly Note
Install the FIP pulley by using the SST.
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CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (III)
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
27.0—31.8 {2.75—3.25, 19.9—23.5}
+ (82.5° —97.5° )
12—17 {1.2—1.8, 9—13}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
42.66—45.60 {4.35—4.65, 31.5—33.6} +
(90° —105° )
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Balance shaft (WL Turbo)
+ Disassembly Note
10
Connecting rod
11
Main bearing cap
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
2
Connecting rod cap
+ Disassembly Note
3
Connecting rod bearing, lower
12
Main bearing, lower, Thrust bearing, lower
4
Piston, Connecting rod
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
13
Crankshaft
+ Disassembly Note
14
Main bearing, upper, Thrust bearing, upper
5
Connecting rod bearing, upper
15
OIl jet valve, Nozzle
6
Piston ring
16
Cylinder block
7
Piston pin clip
8
Piston pin
9
Piston
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Balance shaft (WL Turbo) Disassembly Note
Measure the balance shaft end play.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
BALANCE SHAFT INSPECTION.)
(WL Turbo)
Tightening torque
75—82 N·m {7.6—8.4 kgf·m, 55—60 ft·lbf}
Connecting Rod Cap Disassembly Note
Measure the connecting rod side clearance.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CONNECTING ROD SIDE CLEARANCE
INSPECTION.)
Piston, Connecting Rod Disassembly Note
1. Measure the connecting rod oil clearance.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CONNECTING ROD OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR.)
2. Check the oscillation torque.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR, PISTON
AND CONNECTING ROD INSPECTION.)
3. Remove the piston pin by using the SST.
3. Loosen all bolts.
4. Tighten them in two or three steps as in step 2.
Tightening torque
42.66—45.60 N·m
{4.35—4.65 kgf·m, 31.5—33.6 ft·lbf}
5. Put a paint mark on each bolt head.
6. Using the marks as a reference, tighten the bolts
by turning each 90° —105° as in step 2.
49 G011 001
90° —105°
PAINT MARK
Main Bearing Cap Disassembly Note
1. Measure the crankshaft end play.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CRANKSHAFT END PLAY
INSPECTION/REPAIR.)
2. Loosen the main bearing cap bolts in two or three
steps in the order shown.
Piston, Connecting Rod Assembly Note
1. Assemble the piston and the connecting rod in the
direction from which they were disassembled.
2. Apply clean engine oil to the piston pin.
3. Install the piston pin until the pin contacts the clip
as shown. If the pin cannot be installed easily, heat
the piston.
F MARK
PROJECTION FOR
ALIGNING CONNECTING
ROD BEARING
Crankshaft Disassembly Note
Measure the main journal oil clearance.
(Refer to ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR,
CRANKSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR.)
4. Verify that the second ring is installed with tapered
face upward.
5. Verify that the top ring is installed with tapered face
side upward.
Main Bearing Cap Assembly Note
1. Apply clean engine oil to the bolt threads and seat
faces of the lower cylinder block bolts.
2. Tighten the bolts in two or three steps in the order
shown.
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SECTION OF
FIRST RING
SECTION OF
SECOND RING
6. Insert the piston and connecting rod assembly into
the cylinder with the F mark facing the front of the
engine.
F MARK
7. Align the matching marks on the connecting rod and
the connecting rod cap. Install the connecting rod
cap.
8. tighten the nuts in two or three steps.
Tightening torque
27.0—31.8 N·m
{2.75—3.25 kgf·m, 19.9—23.5 ft·lbf}
9. Put a paint mark on each nut.
10. Using the marks as a reference, tighten the nuts by
turning each 82.5° —97.5°.
82.5° —97.5°
PAINT MARK
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7. Inspect the combustion chamber insert crack.
ENGINE INSPECTION/REPAIR
CYLINDER HEAD INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Carry out cooling flaw detection on the cylinder
head surface. Replace the cylinder head if
necessary.
2. Inspect for the following and repair or replace.
(1) Sunken valve seats
(2) Excessive camshaft oil clearance and end play
3. Measure the cylinder head for distortion in the
seven directions as shown.
Crack
Limit: 10.0 mm {0.39 in}
8. If it exceeds the specification, replace the cylinder
head.
CRACK
Distortion
X direction: 0.020 mm {0.0008 in} max.
Y direction: 0.050 mm {0.0020 in} max.
Y
9. Measure the manifold contact surface distortion as
shown.
Distortion
0.05 mm {0.002 in} max.
10. If the distortion exceeds the maximum, grind the
surface or replace the cylinder head.
X
4. If the cylinder head distortion exceeds the
maximum, replace the cylinder head. Do not
attempt to repair a cylinder head by milling or
grinding.
5. Measure the receded or projected amount of
combustion chamber insert from cylinder head
surface.
Grinding
0.15 mm {0.006 in} max.
Recession: 0.020 mm {0.0008 in} max.
Projection: 0.005 mm {0.0002 in} max.
6. If it exceeds the maximum,replace the cylinder
head.
VALVE INSPECTION
1. Measure the valve head margin thickness of each
valve. Replace the valve if necessary.
Margin thickness
IN: 1.50 mm {0.059 in}
EX: 0.75 mm {0.030 in}
COMBUSTION CHAMBER
INSERT
THICKNESS
LENGTH
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2. Measure the length of each valve. Replace the
valve if necessary.
Standard length
IN: 111.60—112.10 mm {4.394—4.413 in}
EX: 111.50—112.00 mm {4.390—4.409 in}
A
Minimum length
IN: 111.35 mm {4.384 in}
EX: 111.25 mm {4.380 in}
3. Measure the stem diameter of each valve in X and
Y directions at the three points (A, B, and C)
shown. Replace the valve if necessary.
Standard diameter
IN: 6.970—6.985 mm {0.2745—0.2749 in}
EX: 6.965—6.980 mm {0.2743—0.2748 in}
VALVE GUIDE REPLACEMENT
Valve Guide Removal
Remove the valve guide from the combustion
chamber side by using the SST.
49 0249 010A
Minimum diameter
IN: 6.920 mm {0.2724 in}
EX: 6.915 mm {0.2722 in}
X
Y
VALVE GUIDE
A
Valve Guide Installation
1. Assemble the SSTs so that depth L is as specified.
B
Depth L
14.0—14.5 mm {0.56—0.57 in}
C
VALVE GUIDE INSPECTION
1. Measure the inner diameter of each valve guide in
X and Y directions at the three points (A, B, and
C)shown. Replace the valve guide if necessary.
49 L012 004
Standard inner diameter
7.025—7.045 mm {0.2766—0.2773 in}
49 L012 003
Y
X
A
B
49 L012 002
2. Tap the valve guide in from the side opposite the
combustion chamber until the SST contacts the
cylinder head.
3. Verify that the valve guide projection height is
within the specification.
Standard height
14.0—14.5 mm {0.56—0.57 in}
C
49 L012 003
2. Measure the protrusion height (dimension A) of
each valve guide without lower valve spring seat.
Replace the valve guide if necessary.
49 L012 004
49 L012 002
Standard height
14.0—14.5 mm {0.56—0.57 in}
VALVE GUIDE
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VALVE SEAT INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Measure the seat contact width. If necessary,
resurface the valve seat by using a 45° valve seat
cutter and/or resurface the valve face.
VALVE SPRING INSPECTION
1. Apply pressing force to the pressure spring and
check the spring height. Replace the valve spring if
necessary.
Standard width
IN: 1.6—2.2 mm {0.07—0.08 in}
EX: 1.7—2.3 mm {0.07—0.09 in}
Pressing force
239—268 N {24.3—27.4 kgf, 53.5—60.2 lbf}
Standard height
35.5 mm {1.40 in}
SEAT CONTACT WIDTH
2. Verify that the valve seating position is at the
center of the valve face.
(1) If the seating position is too high, correct the
valve seat using a 60° cutter and a 45° cutter.
(2) If the seating position is too low, correct the
valve seat using a 37° (IN) or 30° (EX) cutter
and a 45° cutter.
IN
60°
45°
37°
2. Measure the out-of-square of the valve spring.
Replace the valve spring if necessary.
Valve spring out-of-square
1.70 mm {0.0670} max.
EX
60°
45°
30°
3. Measure the receded amount from the cylinder
head surface. If it exceeds the maximum, replace
the cylinder head.
CAMSHAFT INSPECTION
1. Set the No.1 and No.5 journals on V-blocks.
Measure the camshaft runout. Replace the
camshaft if necessary.
Recession
IN: 0.61—1.09 mm {0.025—0.042 in}
EX: 0.71—1.19 mm {0.028—0.046 in}
Runout
0.03 mm {0.001 in} max.
Maximum
IN: 1.50 mm {0.059 in}
EX: 1.60 mm {0.063 in}
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2. Measure the cam lobe height at the two points as
shown. Replace the camshaft if necessary.
Standard height
IN: 42.40—42.50 mm {1.670—1.673 in} (WL)
41.221—41.321 mm {1.623—1.626 in}
(WL Turbo)
EX: 42.395—42.495 mm {1.670—1.673 in}
Minimum height
IN: 42.050 mm {1.6555 in} (WL)
40.871 mm {1.6091 in} (WL Turbo)
EX:42.045 mm {1.6553 in}
CAMSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE INSPECTION
1. Position plastigage atop the journals in the axial
direction.
2. Install the camshaft cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(II), Camshaft Cap Assembly Note.)
3. Remove the camshaft cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(II), Camshaft Cap Disassembly Note.)
4. Measure the oil clearance. Replace the cylinder
head if necessary.
Standard clearance
No.1, 5: 0.035—0.081 mm {0.0014—0.0031 in}
No.2—4: 0.065—0.111 mm {0.0026—0.0043 in}
Maximum clearance
No.1, 5: 0.12 mm {0.0047 in}
No.2—4: 0.15 mm {0.0059 in}
3. Measure the journal diameters in X and Y
directions at the two points (A and B) as shown.
Replace the camshaft if necessary.
Standard diameter
No.1, No.5:
25.940—25.965 mm {1.0213—1.0222 in}
No.2—No.4:
25.910—25.935 mm {1.0201—1.0210 in}
Minimum diameter
No.1, No.5: 25.890 mm {1.0193 in}
No.2—No.4: 25.860 mm {1.0181 in}
CAMSHAFT END PLAY INSPECTION
1. Install the camshaft cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(II), Camshaft Cap Assembly Note.)
2. Measure the camshaft end play. Replace the
cylinder head or camshaft if necessary.
Standard end play
0.030—0.160 mm {0.0012—0.0062 in}
B
A
Maximum end play
0.200 mm {0.0078 in}
X
Y
Y
X
3. Remove the camshaft cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(II), Camshaft Cap Disassembly Note.)
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CYLINDER BLOCK INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Measure the distortion of the cylinder block top
surface in the seven directions as shown. Replace
if necessary.
A
Cylinder block distortion
X Direction: 0.020 mm {0.0008 in} max.
Y Direction: 0.050 mm {0.0020 in} max.
B
Y
PISTON INSPECTION
Measure the outer diameter of each piston at right
angle (90° ) to the piston pin, 19 mm {0.75 in}
above the buttom of piston.
Piston diameter
X
mm {in}
Size
2. Measure the cylinder bores in X and Y directions at
three leves A in each cylinder as shown.
X
Bore
Standard
92.951—92.977 {3.6595—3.6605}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
93.186—93.212 {3.6688—3.6697}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
93.436—93.462 {3.6786—3.6795}
Y
83.0 mm
{3.27 in}
A
MEASURING
POINT
3. If the cylinder bore exceeds the wear limit, replace
the cylinder block or rebore the cylinder and install
the oversize pistons so that the specified
piston-to-cylinder clearance is obtained.
PISTON CLEARANCE INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Measure the piston-to-cylinder clearance.
Replace the piston or rebore the cylinders to fit
oversize piston if necessary.
Note
Base the boring diameter on the diameter of an
oversize piston. All cylinder must be the same
diameter.
Cylinder bore
Standard clearance
0.038—0.056 mm {0.0015—0.0022 in}
Maximum clearance
0.150 mm {0.0059 in}
mm {in}
Size
Bore
Standard
93.000—93.022 {3.6615—3.6622}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
93.250—93.272 {3.6713—3.6721}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
93.500—93.522 {3.6811—3.6819}
Wear limit
0.150 mm {0.0059 in}
19.0 mm {0.75 in}
2. If the piston is replaced,the piston rings must also
be replaced.
PISTON RING CLEARANCE INSPECTION
1. Measure the piston ring-to-ring land clearance
around the entire circumference. Replace the
piston and piston ring if necessary.
OIL JET VALVE, NOZZLE INSPECTION
1. Apply compressed air to oil jet valve A and verify
that air passes through oil jet valve B If not, replace
the oil jet valve.
Air pressure
138—196 kPa {1.4—2.0 kgf/cm2, 20—28 psi}
2. Check the oil jet nozzle for clogs. Replace the
nozzle if necessary.
Standard clearance
Top: 0.06—0.10 mm {0.0024—0.0039 in}
Second: 0.04—0.08 mm {0.0016—0.0031 in}
Oil: 0.03—0.07 mm {0.0012—0.0027 in}
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Maximum clearance
0.150 mm {0.0059 in}
2. Insert the piston ring into the cylinder by hand and
use the piston to push it to the bottom of the ring
travel.
3. Measure each piston ring end gap with a feeler
gauge. Replace the piston ring if necessary.
3. Measure each piston pin diameter in X and Y
directions at the four points (A, B, C, and D) as
shown.
Standard diameter
31.994—32.000 mm {1.2597—1.2598 in}
X
Standard end gap
Top: 0.22—0.32 mm {0.009—0.012 in}
Second: 0.32—0.47 mm {0.013—0.018 in}
Oil: 0.22—0.32 mm {0.009—0.012 in}
Y
A
B
Maximum end gap
1.00 mm {0.039 in}
C
D
4. Calculate the piston pin-to-piston pin bore
clearance. Replace the piston and/or piston pin if
necessary.
Standard clearance
–0.003—0.013 mm {–0.0001—0.0005 in}
PISTON
RING
5. Calculate the connecting rod small end-to-piston
pin clearance. Replace the connecting rod or
piston pin.
PISTON PIN CLEARANCE INSPECTION
1. Measure each piston pin bore diameter in X and Y
directions at the four points (A, B, C, and D) as
shown.
Standard diameter
31.997—32.007 mm {1.2598—1.2601 in}
Standard clearance
0.012—0.039 mm {0.0005—0.0015 in}
CRANKSHAFT INSPECTION
1. Measure the crankshaft runout. Replace the
crankshaft if necessary.
Runout
0.05 mm {0.002 in} max.
A
B
C
D
2. Measure each connecting rod small end inner
diameter in X and Y directions as shown.
Standard diameter
32.012—32.033 mm {1.2604—1.2611 in}
2. Measure the journal diameter in X and Y direction
at the two points (A and B) as shown. Replace the
crankshaft or grind the journal and install the
undersize bearing if necessary.
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Main journal
mm {in}
Bearing
Standard clearance
No.1, 2, 4, 5:
0.033—0.052 mm {0.0013—0.0020 in}
No.3:
0.050 mm —0.069 mm {0.0020—0.0026 in}
Diameter
Journal No.
1, 2, 4, 5
3
Standard
66.937—66.955
{2.6354—2.6360}
66.920—66.938
{2.6347—2.6353}
0.25 {0.01}
undersize
66.687—66.705
{2.6255—2.6261}
66.670—66.688
{2.6248—2.6255}
0.50 {0.02}
undersize
66.437—66.455
{2.6157—2.6163}
66.420—66.438
{2.6150—2.6156}
0.75 {0.03}
undersize
66.187—66.205
{2.6058—2.6064}
66.170—66.188
{2.6052—2.6058}
Wear limit
0.05 mm {0.002 in}
Out–of–round
0.03 mm {0.001 in}
Crank pin
Maximum clearance
0.08 mm {0.003 in}
mm {in}
Bearing size
Standard
2.003—2.018
{0.0789—0.0794}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
2.121—2.131
{0.0836—0.0838}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
2.246—2.256
{0.0885—0.0888}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
2.371—2.381
{0.0934—0.0937}
mm {in}
Bearing size
Diameter
Standard
54.940—54.955
{2.1630—2.1635}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
54.690—54.705
{2.1532—2.1537}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
54.440—54.455
{2.1434—2.1438}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
54.190—54.205
{2.1335—2.1340}
CRANKSHAFT END PLAY INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Install the main bearing cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Main Bearing Cap Assembly Note.)
2. Measure the crankshaft end play. If the end play
exceeds the maximum, replace the thrust bearing
or grind the crankshaft and install an undersize
bearing so that the specified end play is obtained.
Standard end play
0.040—0.282 mm {0.0016—0.0111 in}
Wear limit
0.05 mm {0.002 in}
Maximum end play
0.300 mm {0.012 in}
Out–of–round
0.03 mm {0.001 in}
A
Diameter
mm {in}
B
Bearing size
X
Y
CRANKSHAFT OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Position Plastigage atop the journals in the axial
direction.
2. Install the main bearig cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Main Bearing Cap Assembly Note.)
3. Remove the main bearing cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Main Bearing Cap Disassembly Note.)
4. Measure the main journal oil clearance. If the
clearance exceeds the maximum, replace the main
bearing or grind the main journal and install the
undersize bearings so that the specified oil
clearance is obtained.
Bearing thickness
Standard
2.455—2.505
{0.0967—0.0986}
0.35 {0.014} undersize
2.630—2.680
{0.1036—0.1055}
3. Remove the main bearing cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Main Bearing Cap Disassembly Note.)
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CONNECTING ROD INSPECTION
1. Measure each connecting rod for bending and
distortion. Replace the connecting rod if necessary.
Bending
0.075 mm {0.0030 in} max. /50 mm {2.0 in}
Center-to-center distance
151.95—152.05 mm {5.983—5.986 in}
mm {in}
Bearing size
Bearing thickness
Standard
1.504—1.513
{0.0592—0.0595}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
1.621—1.631
{0.0638—0.0642}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
1.746—1.756
{0.0687—0.0691}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
1.871—1.881
{0.0737—0.0740}
2. Measure the length of connecting rod bolt. Replace
the connecting rod and connecting rod cap if
necessary.
CONNECTING ROD SIDE CLEARANCE
INSPECTION
1. Install the connecting rod cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Piston and Connecting Rod Assembly Note.)
2. Measure the connecting rod large end side
clearance. Replace the connecting rod and cap if
necessary.
Standard length
67.5—68.5 mm {2.66—2.69 in}
Maximum length
69 mm {2.7 in}
Standard clearance
0.110—0.262 mm {0.0044—0.0103 in}
Maximum clearance
0.350 mm {0.037 in}
LENGTH
CONNECTING ROD OIL CLEARANCE
INSPECTION/REPAIR
1. Position Plastigage atop the journals in the axial
direction.
2. Install the connecting rod cap.
(Refer to ENGINE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY,
CYLINDER BLOCK DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
(III), Piston and Connecting Rod Assembly Note.)
3. Remove the connecting rod cap.
4. Measure the crankpin oil clearance. If the
clearance exceeds the maximum, replace the
connecting rod bearing or grind the crankpin and
use undersize bearings so that the specified
clearance is obtained.
Standard clearance
0.031—0.058 mm {0.0013—0.0022 in}
3. Remove the connecting rod cap
PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD INSPECTION
Check the oscillation torque as shown. If the large
end does not drop by its own weight, replace the
piston or the piston pin.
Maximum clearance
0.080 mm {0.003 in}
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4. Measure the balance shaft bore in the cylinder
block. Calculate the clearance between the
balance shaft and balance shaft bore. Replace the
balance shaft and/or cylinder block if necessary.
Standard clearance
Front, rear:
0.050—0.115 mm {0.0020—0.0045 in}
Center:
0.080—0.145 mm {0.0032—0.0057 in}
BALANCE SHAFT INSPECTION (WL Turbo)
1. Install the balance shaft and tighten the thrust plate
fitting bolt.
Tightening torque
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm, 69.5—95.4 in·lbf}
2. Measure the balance shaft end play. Replace the
balance shaft and/or cylinder block if necessary.
Standard end play
0.04—0.16 mm {0.002—0.006 in}
BOLT INSPECTION
Measure the length of each bolt. Replace the bolt if
necessary.
Cylinder head bolt
Bolt head mark
mm {in}
Standard
length
Maximum
length
W
101.2—101.8
{3.985—4.007}
102.5 {4.035}
N
113.2—113.8
{4.457—4.480}
114.5 {4.508}
Main bearing cap bolt
3. Measure the journal diameters in X and Y
directions at the two points (A and B) as shown.
Replace the balance shaft if necessary.
mm {in}
Standard length
84.7—85.3 {3.34—3.35}
Maximum length
86.0 {3.39}
Standard diameter
Front:
41.945—41.960 mm {1.6514—1.6519 in}
Center:
39.945—39.960 mm {1.5727—1.5732 in}
Rear;
37.975—37.990 mm {1.4951—1.4956 in}
LENGTH
TENSIONER SPRING INSPECTION
Measure the free length of the tensioner spring.
Replace the tensioner spring if necessary.
Free length
63.0 mm {2.48 in}
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FREE LENGTH
VALVE CLEARANCE INSPECTION
1. Turn the crankshaft and align the timing mark so
that the piston of the No.1 or No.4 cylinder is at
TDC of compression.
2. Measure the valve clearances A with the No.1
cylinder at TDC of compression, and those of B
with the No.4 cylinder at TDC of compression.
Standard side clearance
0.04—0.09 mm {0.002—0.003 in}
Maximum side clearance
0.15 mm {0.006 in}
Valve clearance [engine cold]
IN: 0.05—0.15 mm {0.0020—0.0059 in}
EX: 0.15—0.25 mm {0.0060—0.0098 in}
A
A
A
ENGINE
FRONT
PLUNGER SPRING INSPECTION
Measure the free length of the pressure spring.
Replace the plunger spring if necessary.
B
B
B
3. If it is not within the specification, adjust and
recheck the valve clearance.
4. Turn the crankshaft one full turn and measure the
remaining valve clearances. Adjust if necessary.
Free length
43.8 mm {1.72 in}
Tightening torque (locknut)
16—20 N·m {1.6—2.1 kgf·m, 12—15 ft·lbf}
FEELER GAUGE
ADJUST
SCREW
LOCKNUT
GEAR CLEARANCE INSPECTION
Measure the following clearance. Replace the gear
and/or pump body if necessary.
Standard clearance
0.10—0.19 mm {0.004—0.007 in}
Maximum clearance
0.20 mm {0.008 in}
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(R15M–D, R15MX–D)
MANUAL TRANSMISSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRECAUTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CLUTCH HOUSING, EXTENSION
HOUSING, AND TRANSFER
CASE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY . . . . . . .
5TH/REVERSE GEAR AND
HOUSING PARTS DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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COMPONENTS DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J2–10/13
MAINSHAFT AND COUNTER
SHAFT COMPONENTS
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . J2–13/15
MANUAL TRANSMISSION INSPECTION . . . J2–15/16
J2– 5/9
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
PRECAUTION
1. Clean the transmission exterior thoroughly by using a steam cleaner or cleaning solvents before disassembly.
Warning
Using compressed air can cause dirt and other particles to fly out, causing injury to the eyes. Wear
protective eye wear whenever using compressed air.
Caution
Cleaning sealed bearings by using cleaning fluids or a steam cleaner can wash the grease out of
the bearing.
2. Clean the removed parts by using cleaning solvent, and dry them by using compressed air.
Clean out all holes and passages by using compressed air, and check that there are no obstructions.
3. Use a plastic hammer when disassembling the transmission case and other light alloy metal parts.
4. Make sure each part is cleaned before assembling.
5. Coat all movable parts with the specified oil.
6. Replace parts whenever required.
7. Remove old sealant from contact surfaces before applying new sealant.
8. Assemble the parts within 10 minutes after applying sealant. Allow all sealant to cure at least 30 minutes after
assembly before filling the transmission with transmission oil.
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CLUTCH HOUSING, EXTENSION HOUSING, AND TRANSFER CASE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
42 (R15M–D)
SELECTIVE USE
R
SST
R
R
R
42—55
{4.2—5.6, 30—40}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
69.4—95.4 in·lbf}
42—55
{4.2—5.6,
30—40}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
R
R
31—46
{3.1—4.5,
23—32}
25—34
{2.5—3.5,
18—25}
R
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
R
R
R
R
25—34
{2.5—3.5, 18—25}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
69.4—95.4 in·lbf}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
69.4—95.4 in·lbf}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Clutch release collar
14
Snap ring
2
Clutch release fork
15
Clutch housing
3
Boot
16
Oil seal (except F2 engine)
4
Front cover (F2 engine)
17
5
Oil seal (F2 engine)
+ Assembly Note
Adjustment shim
+ Assembly Note
18
Under cover
6
Back-up light switch
19
Roll pin
7
Neutral switch (F2 CIS and G6 engine)
20
Control lever end
8
Vehicle speedometer sensor
21
Control rod
9
Control case
22
Stopper pin
10
Extension housing component
23
Oil pass
24
Oil seal (rear)
+ Assembly Note
25
Extension housing
11
Snap ring
12
Speedometer drive gear
13
Steel ball
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44 (R15MX–D)
SELECTIVE
USE
R
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
42—55
{4.2—5.6, 30—40}
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
70—95 in·lbf}
19—25
{1.9—2.6, 14—18}
31—46
{3.1—4.5,
23—32}
R
R
SST
R
R
25—34
{2.5—3.5,
18—25}
R
7.9—10.7 N·m
{80—110 kgf·cm,
70—95 in·lbf}
32—47
{3.2—4.8,
27—34}
25—34
{2.5—3.5, 18—25}
42—54
{4.2—5.6,
31—40}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Clutch release collar
15
Extension housing
+ Disassembly Note
2
Clutch release fork
3
Boot
16
Control rod
4
Back-up light switch
17
Under cover
5
Neutral switch (G6 engine)
18
6
Vehicle speedometer sensor
Oil seal
+ Assembly Note
7
Control cover component
19
Oil pass
8
Roll pin
20
Plug
9
Transfer case
21
Spring
10
Control lever end
22
Steel ball
11
Input sleeve
23
Select lock spindle
12
Clutch housing
24
Washer
13
Oil seal (front)
25
Spring
14
Adjustment shim
+ Assembly Note
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Extension Housing Disassembly Note
Turn the control rod in the direction of the arrow,
and remove the extension housing.
2. Measure the main drive gear bearing height.
3. The difference between the two measurements
indicates the required thickness of the adjustment
shim.
Oil Seal Assembly Note
Apply oil to a new oil seal lip and install it in the
extension housing using the SST.
Standard thrust play
0—0.1 mm {0—0.004 in}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.3 mm {0.012 in}, 0.4 mm {0.016 in}
0.5 mm {0.020 in}, 0.6 mm {0.024 in}
0.7 mm {0.028 in}
49 U027 003
Oil Seal (F2 Engine) Assembly Note
Apply the transmission oil to a new oil seal lip, and
install it to the clutch housing by using the SST.
Oil Seal (Rear) Assembly Note
1. Apply the transmission oil to a new oil seal.
2. Install the oil seal until it touches the case by using
a suitable piece of pipe.
PIPE
Adjustment Shim Assembly Note
1. Measure the depth of the main drive gear bearing
bore in the clutch housing with vernier calipers.
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5TH/REVERSE GEAR AND HOUSING PARTS DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
5TH/REVERSE
CLUTCH HUB
FRONT
FRONT
R
R
7.9—11.7 N·m
{80—120 kgf·cm,
70—104 in·lbf}
SST
R
157—235
{16—24,
116—173}
40—58
{4.0—6.0,
29—43}
SST
R
SST
R
R
18—26
{1.8—2.7, 14—19}
R
SELECTIVE
USE
SST
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
SELECTIVE
USE
SST
FRONT
SST
RETAINING
RING
R
128—196
{13—20,
95—144}
8.9—13.7 N·m
{90—140 kgf·cm,
79—121 in·lbf}
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
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5th/reverse shift rod end
2
3rd/4th shift rod end
38
Locknut (Mainshaft)
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
3
1st/2nd shift rod end
4
Retaining ring
39
5th/reverse clutch hub component
+ Disassembly Note
5
Spring retainer
6
Spring
40
Reverse synchronizer ring
+ Disassembly Note
7
Pin and retaining ring
41
Reverse gear
8
Bearing housing
42
Bearing
9
Snap ring
43
Inner race
10
Thrust washer
44
Thrust washer
11
C-washer
+ Assembly Note
45
Thrust washer
46
Reverse idler gear shaft
12
Retaining ring
47
Reverse idler gear
13
Mainshaft rear bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
48
Thrust washer
49
Bearing cover
C-washer and retaining ring
50
Counter reverse gear
Locknut (counter shaft)
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
51
Oil pass
14
15
16
Counter shaft rear bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
17
Counter 5th gear
18
Spacer
19
Set bolt and washer
20
Center housing
21
Oil pass
22
Blind cover
23
Thrust lock washer
+ Assembly Note
24
Steel ball
25
5th gear
26
Bearing
27
Retaining ring
28
5th synchronizer ring
+ Disassembly Note
29
Cap plug, spring, and detent ball
30
Retaining ring
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
31
5th/reverse shift rod
32
Spring
33
5th/reverse shift fork
34
Interlock pin
+ Assembly Note
35
3rd/4th shift rod
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
36
Interlock pin
+ Assembly Note
37
1st/2nd shift rod
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
Mainshaft Rear Bearing Disassembly Note
Note
The front and rear C-washers may have
different thicknesses.
1. Remove the snap ring, washer, retaining ring, and
C-washers.
2. For proper reassembly, identify the front and rear
C-washers.
3. Remove the mainshaft rear bearing by using the
SSTs.
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49 0839 425C
Locknut (Counter Shaft) Disassembly Note
1. Uncrimp the tab of the locknut.
2. Shift the clutch hub sleeves to 1st gear and
reverse gear to put the gears in a double-engaged
condition.
Note
Use the protective plates to prevent damage to
the SST.
3. Hold the mainshaft by using the SST and a vise.
4. Remove the locknut.
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49 1243 465A
49 S120 440
Counter Shaft Rear Bearing Disassembly Note
Remove the counter shaft rear bearing by using
the SST.
5th/reverse Clutch Hub Component Disassembly
Note
Attach the SSTs to the bearing cover and remove
the component which consists of the following
parts:
(1) 5th/reverse clutch hub component
(2) Reverse synchronizer ring
(3) Reverse gear
49 H017 101
49 0839 425C
49 0839 425C
5th/reverse Synchronizer Ring Disassembly Note
Tag and identify each synchronizer ring.
Retaining Ring Disassembly Note
1. Remove the roll pin from the 5th/reverse shift fork.
2. Remove the retaining ring by using the SST.
49 S017 401
Locknut (Mainshaft) Assembly Note
1. Shift into 1st gear and 4th gear to lock the rotation
of the mainshaft.
2. Install a new locknut and tighten it by using the
SST.
RETAINING
RING
Tightening torque
157—235 N·m {16—24 kgf·m, 116—173 ft·lbf}
3rd/4th Shift Rod, 1st/2nd Shift Rod Disassembly
Note
1. Shift the transmission into 4th gear. This will
provide adequate space to drive out the spring pin.
Drive the spring pin from the 3rd/4th shift fork.
2. Slide the 3rd/4th shift rod out from the rear of the
transmission case.
3. Drive the spring pin from the 1st/2nd shift fork.
Slide the 1st/2nd shift rod out from the rear of the
transmission case.
4. Remove the interlock pins.
Locknut (Mainshaft) Disassembly Note
1. Uncrimp the tab of the locknut.
2. Shift into 1st gear and 4th gear to lock the rotation
of the mainshaft.
3. Remove the locknut by using the SST.
49 1243 465A
Note
The total combined thickness of the front and
rear thrust washers must equal 6.0 mm {0.236
in}.
3. Inspect the clearance between the synchronizer
key and the exposed edge of the synchronizer ring.
If it is not as specified, adjust with the thrust
washers on the front and rear of the mainshaft
bearing.
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Clearance
2.0 mm {0.079 in} max.
Available thrust washer thickness
2.5 mm {0.098 in}, 3.0 mm {0.118 in}
3.5 mm {0.138 in}
5. Slide the two SSTs into the transmission case to
guide the interlock pins, and insert the first pin.
6. Remove the 3rd/4th shift fork guide from the case.
7. Slide the 3rd/4th shift rod containing the interlock
pin (small) into the case.
8. Secure the 3rd/4th shift rod onto the fork with the
new roll pin.
9. Insert the remaining interlock pin and remove the
SSTs.
4. Stake the locknut into the mainshaft groove.
1st/2nd Shift Rod, 3rd/4th Shift Rod, Interlock Pin
Assembly Note
1. Refer to the figure to identify each shift rod when
installing the shift rods in the following procedure.
Install them so that the detent grooves are facing
the detent balls.
DETENTS
1ST/2ND SHIFT ROD
3RD/4TH SHIFT ROD
49 0862 350
5TH/REVERSE SHIFT ROD
Retaining Ring Assembly Note
Push back the spring, and install a new clip to the
5th/Reverse shift rod by using the SST.
2. Slide the 1st/2nd shift rod into the case.
3. Secure the 1st/2nd shift fork to the rod with a new
roll pin. The split in the roll pin must be facing in
the direction shown in the figure.
4. Install the interlock pins as shown in the figure
when doing steps 4 through 8.
49 S017 401
Thrust Lock Washer Assembly Note
1. Install the steel ball and thrust lock washer.
2. Install the 3.0 mm {0.118 in} C-washers and hold
them with a retaining ring.
3. Push the C-washers toward 5th gear and measure
the clearance between the C-washers and thrust
lock washer. If the clearance is not as specified,
select the proper thrust lock washer.
Standard
0.1—0.2 mm {0.004—0.008 in}
Available thrust lock washer thickness
6.2 mm {0.244 in}, 6.3 mm {0.248in},
6.4 mm {0.252 in}, 6.5 mm {0.256in},
6.6 mm {0.260 in}, 6.7 mm {0.264in}
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PIPE
Counter Shaft Rear Bearing Assembly Note
Drive on the counter shaft rear bearing by using
the SST.
49 F401 335A
C-washer Assembly Note
1. Install the C-washers and hold them in place with a
new retaining ring.
2. With points A and B pressed tightly together,
measure the clearance between the C-washers
and the groove. If the clearance is not as specified,
select the proper C-washers.
Standard
0—0.1 mm {0—0.004 in}
Available C-washer thickness
2.9 mm {0.114 in}, 3.0 mm {0.118 in},
3.1 mm {0.122 in}, 3.2 mm {0.126 in}
49 F401 331
A
Locknut (Counter Shaft) Assembly Note
1. Connect the SST to the mainshaft and mount it
securely in a vise.
2. Shift into 1st gear to lock the counter shaft.
Install the new counter shaft lock nut.
B
Tightening torque
128—196 N·m {13—20 kgf·m, 95—144 ft·lbf}
49 S120 440
3. Stake the locknut into the counter shaft groove.
Main shaft Rear Bearing Assembly Note
Drive on the mainshaft rear bearing by using a
suitable pipe.
Bearing inner diameter
22 mm {0.87 in}
Bearing outer diameter
56 mm {2.2 in}
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TRANSMISSION CASE COMPONENTS DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
SST
SELECTIVE
USE
SST
SST
SELECTIVE USE
R
SELECTIVE USE
SST
MOLYBDENUM
GREASE
1
Snap ring
7
Thrust washer
+ 5TH/REVERSE GEAR AND HOUSING PARTS
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY, Locknut (Mainshaft) Assembly Note
2
Main drive gear bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
3
Counter shaft front bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
8
Counter shaft center bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
4
Adjustment shim (counter shaft front bearing)
+ Assembly Note
9
Main drive gear
10
Counter shaft component
5
Mainshaft center bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
11
4th synchronizer ring
12
Bearing
Adjustment shim (mainshaft center bearing)
+ Assembly Note
13
3rd/4th shift fork
14
1st/2nd shift fork
15
Mainshaft gear component
16
Transmission case
6
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Main Drive Gear Bearing Disassembly Note
1. Install the SST between the 4th gear synchronizer
ring and main drive synchromesh gear.
49 F017 101
49 0839 425C
49 H017 101
2. Turn the bearing snap rings so that the ends are
90° to the transmission case grooves.
3. Install the SST making sure to hand-tighten the
side screws as tightly as possible, and remove the
main drive gear bearing.
Counter Shaft Center Bearing Disassembly Note
Remove the counter shaft center bearing by using
the SST.
49 0839 425C
49 0839 425C
Counter Shaft Center Bearing Assembly Note
Install the counter shaft center bearing onto the
rear of the counter shaft by using the SST.
49 F401 335A
Counter Shaft Front Bearing Disassembly Note
1. Turn the bearing snap rings so that the ends are
90° to the transmission case grooves.
2. Remove the counter shaft front bearing by using
the SST.
49 F401 331
49 0839 425C
Mainshaft Center Bearing Disassembly Note
Remove the mainshaft center bearing by using the
SST.
Adjustment Shim (Mainshaft Center Bearing)
Assembly Note
Measure the mainshaft center bearing thrust play
as follows.
(1) Measure the depth of the mainshaft center
bearing bore in the rear of the transmission
case.
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(2) Measure the mainshaft center bearing height.
The difference between the two measurements
indicates the required thickness of the
adjustment shim.
(2) Measure the counter shaft front bearing snap
ring height A.
(3) Choose an adjustment shim that will allow the
difference between the two measurements to
be equal to the standard bearing height.
Standard thrust play
R15M–D: 0—0.1 mm {0—0.004 in}
R15MX–D: 0—0.05 mm {0—0.002 in}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.1 mm {0.004 in}, 0.3 mm {0.012 in}
A–B + Adjustment shim (s) =
0.9—1.0 mm {0.036—0.039}
Standard bearing height on installing
0.9—1.0 mm {0.035—0.039}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.1 mm {0.004 in}, 0.3 mm {0.012 in}
A
B
Mainshaft Center Bearing Assembly Note
1. Install the correct shim onto the mainshaft center
bearing. Refer to Adjustment Shim (Mainshaft
Center Bearing) Assembly Note.
2. Install the mainshaft center bearing by using a
suitable pipe.
0.9—1.0 mm
{0.035—
0.039 in }
Counter Shaft Front Bearing Assembly Note
1. Install the correct shim onto the counter shaft front
bearing. Refer to Adjustment Shim (Counter Shaft
Front Bearing) Assembly Note.
2. Install the counter shaft front bearing by using the
SST. If the counter shaft front bearing or counter
shaft front bearing spacer is being replaced,
replace them as a component.
Bearing inner diameter
35 mm {1.4 in}
Bearing outer diameter
80 mm {3.1 in}
49 F401 335A
49 F401 331
PIPE
Adjustment Shim (Counter Shaft Front Bearing)
Assembly Note
Measure the counter shaft front bearing thrust play
as follows.
(1) Measure depth B of the counter shaft front
bearing bore in the transmission case.
Main Drive Gear Bearing Assembly Note
1. Install the SST between the 4th synchronizer ring
and the main drive synchromesh gear.
49 F017 101
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2. Install the main drive gear bearing by using the
SSTs.
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49 0500 330
MAINSHAFT AND COUNTER SHAFT COMPONENTS DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
APPLY SPECIFIED OIL TO INDIVIDUAL PARTS
FRONT
3RD/4TH
1ST/2ND
1ST/2ND AND 3RD/4TH CLUTCH HUBS
FRONT
R
SST
FRONT
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1st/2nd Clutch Hub Component Disassembly Note
Hold the mainshaft, and press the 1st/2nd clutch
hub component, 2nd synchronizer ring component,
and 2nd gear from the mainshaft.
1
1st gear
2
Bearing
3
Bearing race
4
1st synchronizer ring
5
3rd/4th clutch hub component
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
6
3rd/4th clutch hub
7
Synchronizer key
8
Clutch hub sleeve
9
Synchronizer key spring
10
3rd synchronizer ring
11
Bearing
12
3rd gear
13
1st/2nd clutch hub component
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
14
1st/2nd clutch hub
15
Synchronizer key
16
Clutch hub sleeve
17
Synchronizer key spring
18
2nd synchronizer component
+ Assembly Note
19
Inner cone
20
Double cone
21
Synchronizer ring
22
2nd gear
23
Bearing
24
Mainshaft
25
Counter shaft front bearing spacer
+ Assembly Note
26
Diaphragm spring
27
Friction gear
28
Counter shaft
Counter Shaft Front Bearing Spacer Assembly
Note
Install the counter shaft front bearing spacer. If the
counter shaft front bearing or counter shaft front
bearing spacer is being replaced, replace them as
a component.
2nd Synchronizer Component Assembly Note
Install the inner cone, double cone, and
synchronizer ring as shown in the figure.
SYNCHRONIZER
RING
DOUBLE CONE
INNER CONE
2ND GEAR
3rd/4th Clutch Hub Component Disassembly Note
1. Remove the snap ring from the front of the
mainshaft.
2. Position the SST between 2nd and 3rd gears, and
hold the mainshaft from underneath.
3. Press the mainshaft out from the 3rd gear, 3rd
synchronizer ring, and the 3rd/4th clutch hub
component.
1st/2nd Clutch Hub Component Assembly Note
Set the needle bearing, 2nd gear, 2nd synchronizer
component, and the 1st/2nd clutch hub component
on the mainshaft. Press the parts onto the
mainshaft while keeping the parts from becoming
crooked or misaligned.
49 0636 145
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3rd/4th Clutch Hub Component Assembly Note
Set the needle bearing, 3rd gear, 3rd synchronizer
ring, and the 3rd/4th clutch hub component on the
mainshaft. Press the parts onto the mainshaft by
using the SST, while keeping the parts from
becoming crooked or misaligned.
Control Rod Lever and Shift Rod Inspection
1. Measure the clearance between the control rod
lever and the shift rod gate.
Clearance
0.8 mm {0.031 in} max.
49 F401 331
MANUAL TRANSMISSION INSPECTION
Mainshaft Inspection
1. Measure the mainshaft runout.
Runout
0.03 mm {0.0012 in} max.
2. If not as specified, replace the control rod lever and
shift rod.
Shift Fork and Clutch Hub Sleeve Inspection
1. Measure the clearance between the hub sleeve
groove and shift fork.
Clearance
0.2—0.3 mm {0.008—0.012 in}
Maximum
0.5 mm {0.020 in}
2. If not as specified, replace the mainshaft.
Gear (Bushing) Inspection
1. Measure the clearance between mainshaft and
gear (or bushing).
Clearance
0.15 mm {0.006 in} max.
2. If not as specified, replace the shift fork and clutch
hub sleeve.
Synchronizer Ring Inspection
1. Inspect the following, and replace the synchronizer
ring as necessary.
(1) Individual synchronizer ring teeth for wear and
cracks.
(2) The tapered surface for wear and cracks.
2. Set the synchronizer ring squarely in the gear.
3. Measure the clearance between the synchronizer
ring and flank surface of gear all around the
circumference.
Standard clearance
1.5 mm {0.059 in}
Minimum
0.8 mm {0.031 in}
2. If not as specified, replace the gear.
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4. If not as specified, replace the synchronizer ring.
2. If not as specified, replace the reverse idler gear
and shaft.
2nd Synchronizer Component Inspection
1. Inspect individual synchronizer ring gear teeth for
damage, wear, and cracks. Replace the
synchronizer component if any such damage is
found.
2. Inspect for wear and damage to the tapered
surfaces of the inner cone, double cone and
synchronizer ring. Replace the synchronizer
component if any such damage is found.
3. Set the synchronizer component squarely in the
gear.
4. Measure the clearance between the synchronizer
ring and flank surface of the gear.
Clearance
1.5 mm {0.059 in}
Maximum
0.8 mm {0.013 in}
5. If not as specified, replace the 2nd synchronizer
component.
Reverse Idler Gear and Shaft Inspection
1. Measure the clearance between the reverse idler
gear bushing and shaft.
Clearance
0.02—0.05 mm {0.0008—0.0020 in}
Maximum
0.15 mm {0.006 in}
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TRANSFER
TRANSFER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRECAUTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRANSFER COMPONENT
DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FRONT DRIVE SPROCKET COMPONENT
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . .
J3– 1
J3– 1
J3– 2/3
OUTPUT SHAFT COMPONENT
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . J3– 5/6
TRANSFER COMPONENT ASSEMBLY . . . . J3– 7/10
TRANSFER INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J3–10
J3– 4
TRANSFER
PRECAUTION
1. Clean the transfer exterior thoroughly by using a steam cleaner or cleaning solvents before disassembly.
Warning
Using compressed air can cause dirt and other particles to fly out, causing injury to the eyes. Wear
protective eye wear whenever using compressed air.
Caution
Cleaning sealed bearings by using cleaning fluids or a steam cleaner can wash the grease out of
the bearing.
2. Clean the removed parts by using cleaning solvent, and dry them by using compressed air.
Clean out all holes and passages by using compressed air, and check that there are no obstructions.
3. Use a plastic hammer when disassembling the transfer case and other light alloy metal parts.
4. Make sure each part is cleaned before assembling.
5. Coat all movable parts with the specified oil.
6. Replace parts whenever required.
7. Remove old sealant from contact surfaces before applying new sealant.
8. Assemble the parts within 10 minutes after applying sealant. Allow all sealant to cure at least 30 minutes after
assembly before filling the transmission with transmission oil.
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TRANSFER COMPONENT DISASSEMBLY
Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
SST
SST
SST
1
Stopper pin
14
Oil passage
2
Control lever end
15
Roll pin
3
Locknut
+ Disassembly Note
16
Spacer
17
H—L shift fork
4
Companion flange
18
H—L shift rod
5
44 indicator switch
19
Roll pin
6
Transfer neutral switch (RFW model)
20
Roll pin
7
Plug (except RFW model)
21
Retainer
8
Detent ball and spring
22
Spacer
9
Snap ring
23
2W—4W shift end
10
Bearing (input shaft gear)
+ Disassembly Note
24
Roll pin
11
Adjustment shim
25
2W—4W shift fork
12
Chain cover
26
Spring
13
Interlock pin
27
Spacer
28
2W—4W shift rod
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29
Retainer
30
Output shaft component, chain, and front drive
sprocket component
+ Disassembly Note
31
Input shaft gear
32
Bearing
33
Adjustment shim
34
Adjustment shim
35
Lock plate
36
Counter shaft gear support
+ Disassembly Note
37
O-ring
38
Thrust washer
39
Counter gear
40
Bearing
41
Spacer
42
Thrust washer
43
Oil seal
44
Snap ring
45
Bearing (front drive sprocket)
+ Disassembly Note
46
Oil seal
Bearing (Input Shaft Gear) Disassembly Note
Remove the bearing by using the SST.
49 0839 425C
Output Shaft Component, Chain, and Front Drive
Sprocket Component Disassembly Note
Remove the output shaft and the front drive
sprocket from the transfer case housing by lightly
tapping the input shaft gear and the front drive
sprocket by using a plastic hammer.
Locknut Disassembly Note
1. Hold the companion flange by using the SST and
remove the locknut.
49 S120 710
Counter Shaft Gear Support Disassembly Note
Tap out the counter shaft gear support by using a
tape-wrapped screwdriver and a plastic hummer.
2. Remove the companion flange by lightly tapping
the back side by using a plastic hammer.
Bearing (Front Drive Sprocket) Disassembly Note
Remove the bearing by using the SST.
49 F401 331
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FRONT DRIVE SPROCKET COMPONENT
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
SST
SST
1
Bearing
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
2
Front drive sprocket
Bearing Disassembly Note
Remove the bearings from both sides of the front
drive sprocket by using the SST.
49 0839 425C
Bearing Assembly Note
Press the bearings on both sides of the front drive
sprocket by using the SST. Press the bearings on
until they stop.
49 0727 415
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OUTPUT SHAFT COMPONENT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.
2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
R
SST
SST
1
Speedometer drive gear
9
2
Bearing (2W—4W clutch hub side)
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
Bearing (low gear side)
+ Disassembly Note
+ Assembly Note
10
Thrust lock washer
3
2W—4W clutch hub
11
Steel ball
4
2W—4W hub sleeve
12
Low gear
5
Drive sprocket
13
Needle bearing
6
Needle bearing
14
Roll pin
7
Spacer
15
H—L hub sleeve
8
Thrust washer
16
Output shaft
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Bearing (2W—4W Clutch Hub Side) Disassembly
Note
Remove the bearing from output shaft by using the
SST.
49 0839 425C
Bearing (Low Gear Side) Disassembly Note
Remove the bearing, lock washer, steel ball and
low gear by using the press.
Bearing (Low Gear Side) Assembly Note
Install the bearing by using the SST.
49 0727 415
Bearing (2W—4W Clutch Hub Side) Assembly Note
Install the bearing by using the SST.
49 F401 331
49 F401 336B
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TRANSFER COMPONENT ASSEMBLY
Assemble in the order indicated in the table.
R
R
R
25—34 {2.5—3.5, 18—25}
R
25—34 {2.5—3.5, 18—25}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
R
R
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
SST
128—177
{13—18,
94—130}
SELECTIVE USE
SST
R
SST
R
R
25—34
{2.5—3.5,
18—25}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
R
R
SST
SST
SELECTIVE USE
SST
19—25
{1.9—2.6,
14—18}
37—47
{3.7—4.8,
27—34}
SST
R
R
R
SELECTIVE USE
APPLY SILICONE SEALANT
SST
APPLY SPECIFIED OIL TO INDIVIDUAL PARTS
N·m {kgf·m, ft·lbf}
1
Bearing (front drive sprocket)
+ Assembly Note
13
Adjustment shim
+ Assembly Note
2
Snap ring
14
3
Oil seal
+ Assembly Note
Bearing (input shaft gear)
+ Assembly Note
15
Input shaft
4
Thrust washer
16
Snap ring
5
Spacer
17
Bearing
6
Bearing
18
Output shaft component
7
Counter gear
19
Front drive sprocket component
8
Thrust washer
20
9
Counter gear component
Chain
+ Assembly Note
10
O-ring
21
H—L shift fork
11
Counter shaft gear support
22
Spacer
12
Lock plate
23
H—L shift rod
24
Roll pin
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Adjustment Shim Assembly Note
1. Measure the bearing bore depth (A) of the transfer
case by using vernier calipers.
25
2W—4W shift end
26
Spacer
27
2W—4W shift rod
28
Retainer
29
Spacer
30
Spring
31
2W—4W shift fork
32
Retainer
33
Roll pin
34
Oil passage
35
Adjustment shim
+ Assembly Note
36
Adjustment shim
+ Assembly Note
37
Interlock pin
38
Chain cover
39
Detent ball and spring
40
Plug (except RFW model)
41
Transfer neutral switch (RFW model)
42
44 indicator switch
43
Oil seal
+ Assembly Note
44
Companion flange
45
Locknut
+ Assembly Note
46
Control lever end
47
Stopper pin
A
TRANSFER CASE
2. Measure height (B) of the bearing clip by using
vernier calipers and a surface plate.
BEARING
B
3. Calculate the difference between (A) and (B) to
determine the clearance.
Clearance=(A)–(B)
Bearing (Front Drive Sprocket) Assembly Note
Install the bearing to the transfer case by using the
SSTs.
CLEARANCE
49 G030 797
ADJUSTMENT SHIM
TRANSFER CASE
HOUSING
INPUT SHAFT
49 G026 102
4. Select and install the proper shim to obtain the
standard clearance.
Oil Seal Assembly Note
Apply oil to the lip of a new oil seal and install the
oil seal in the transfer case by using the SST.
Standard clearance
0—0.1 mm {0—0.0039 in}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.6 mm {0.024 in}, 0.7 mm {0.028 in},
0.8 mm {0.032 in}, 0.9 mm {0.035 in},
1.0 mm {0.039 in}, 1.1 mm {0.043 in},
1.2 mm {0.047 in}, 1.3 mm {0.051 in},
1.4 mm {0.055 in}
49 0259 749
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Bearing (Input Shaft Gear) Assembly Note
Press the bearing on the input shaft gear by using
the SSTs.
Adjustment Shim Assembly Note
1. Measure the bearing height and the bearing bore
depth for the output shaft by using the SST.
2. Put the two pieces of the gauge set together and
measure the clearance.
49 U017 3A0A
49 0727 415
49 U027 003
Chain Assembly Note
Note
Do not overtighten the chain expansion tool.
1. Install the chain on the drive sprocket component
and the front drive sprocket, and expand the chain
by using the SST to set the center to center
distance for easy installation into the transfer case.
49 S231 395A
49 U017 3A0A
3. Select the proper adjustment shim to adjust the
clearance.
Standard clearance
0.1—0.3 mm {0.004—0.011 in}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.5 mm {0.020 in}, 0.6 mm {0.024 in},
0.7 mm {0.028 in}, 0.8 mm {0.031 in},
0.9 mm {0.035 in}, 1.0 mm {0.039 in},
1.1 mm {0.043 in}, 1.2 mm {0.047 in},
1.3 mm {0.051 in}, 1.4 mm {0.055 in},
1.5 mm {0.059 in}, 1.6 mm {0.063 in},
1.7 mm {0.067 in}
2. Install the front drive sprocket component into the
transfer case by lightly tapping it with a plastic
hammer, keeping the chain horizontal.
4. Select the proper adjustment shim for the front
drive sprocket bearing in same way as for the
output shaft side.
Standard clearance
0—0.1 mm {0—0.0039 in}
Adjustment shim thickness
0.5 mm {0.020 in}, 0.6 mm {0.024 in},
0.7 mm {0.028 in}, 0.8 mm {0.031 in},
0.9 mm {0.035 in}, 1.0 mm {0.039 in},
1.1 mm {0.043 in}, 1.2 mm {0.047 in},
3. After installing, check that the chain rotates
smoothly.
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49 U017 3A0A
Oil Seal Assembly Note
Apply oil to the lip of a new oil seal and install the
oil seal in the chain cover case by using the SST.
2. If not as specified, replace the shift fork and hub
sleeve.
49 0727 415
Locknut Assembly Note
1. Apply silicone sealant to the companion flange
spline.
2. Use a new locknut and tighten the flange. Hold the
companion flange by using the SST.
49 S120 710
TRANSFER INSPECTION
Hub Sleeve and Shift Fork Inspection
1. Measure the clearance between the hub sleeve
and shift fork.
Clearance
0.38—0.52 mm {0.015—0.020 in}
Maximum
0.8 mm {0.031 in}
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TECHNICAL DATA
TECHNICAL DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TD–1
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TD–1/10
MANUAL TRANSMISSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TD–11/12
TECHNICAL DATA
ENGINE
F2
Item
Specification
Cylinder head
Height
(mm {in})
Cylinder head gasket contact
surfaces distortion
(mm {in})
Manifold contact surface distortion
(mm {in})
Standard
91.95—92.05 {3.621—3.624}
Maximum
grinding
0.20 {0.008}
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Maximum
grinding
0.20 {0.008}
Valve and valve guide
Margin thickness
IN
CARB: 1.80—2.20 {0.071—0.086}
CIS: 0.8—1.2 {0.032—0.047}
EX
CARB: 1.30—1.70 {0.052—0.066}
CIS: 1.30—1.70 {0.052—0.066}
(mm {in})
Standard
CARB: 115.61—116.01 {4.552—4.567}
CIS: 111.69—112.09 {4.398—4.412}
Minimum
CARB: 115.51 {4.548}
CIS: 111.39 {4.386}
Standard
CARB: 116.01—116.41 {4.568—4.583}
CIS: 111.49—111.89 {4.390—4.405}
Minimum
CARB: 115.71 {4.556}
CIS: 111.19 {4.378}
Standard
CARB: 6.970—6.985 {0.2745—0.2749}
CIS: 8.030—8.045 {0.3162—0.3167}
Maximum
CARB: 6.920 {0.2724}
CIS: 7.980 {0.3142}
Standard
CARB: 6.965—6.980 {0.2743—0.2748}
CIS: 8.025—8.040 {0.3160—0.3165}
Maximum
CARB: 6.915 {0.2722}
CIS: 7.975 {0.3140}
Standard
CARB: 7.010—7.030 {0.2760—0.2767}
CIS: 8.070—8.090 {0.3178—0.3185}
IN
Valve length
(mm {in})
EX
IN
Valve stem diameter
(mm {in})
EX
Valve guide inner diameter
(mm {in})
Valve guide protrusion height
(mm {in})
CARB: 19.8—20.3 {0.780—0.799}
CIS: 19.1—19.6 {0.752—0.771}
(mm {in})
1.2—1.6 {0.048—0.062}
Valve seat
Valve seat contact width
Valve seat sinking
g
(valve protrusion height)
45 °
IN
Valve seat angle
45 °
EX
(mm {in})
Standard
CARB: 49.7 {1.957}
CIS: 46.5 {1.831}
Maximum
CARB: 51.2 {2.016}
CIS: 47.0 {1.850}
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Item
Specification
Valve spring
H: 41.0 mm
{1.614 in} (CARB)
203.10—229.86 {20.71—23.44, 45.57—51.56}
H Inner: 36.5 mm
{1.437 in}
Outer: 41.0 mm
{1.614 in} (CIS)
Inner: 116.41—131.80 {11.87—13.44, 26.12—30.51}
Outer: 243.70—267.03 {24.85—27.23, 54.67—59.90}
H: 41.0 mm
{1.614 in} (CARB)
240.37—272.03 {24.51—27.74,53.93—61.02}
EX
H Inner: 36.5 mm
{1.437 in}
Outer: 41.0 mm
{1.614 in} (CIS)
Inner: 116.41—131.80 {11.87—13.44, 26.12—30.51}
Outer: 243.70—267.03 {24.85—27.23, 54.67—59.90}
IN
Maximum
CARB: 1.73 {0.068}
CIS: Inner 1.6 {0.063}, Outer 1.8 {0.071}
EX
Maximum
CARB: 1.76 {0.069}
CIS: Inner 1.6 {0.063}, Outer 1.8 {0.071}
IN
Pressing
g force at valve spring
g
height H
(N {kgf, lbf})
Out–of–square
(mm {in})
Valve seal
Depth L
(mm {in})
CARB: 21.4—22.2 {0.843—0.874}
CIS: 19.1—19.6 {0.752—0.771}
Camshaft
Camshaft runout
Cam lobe height
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.03 {0.0012}
IN
Standard
CARB: 41.341 {1.6276}
CIS: 38.059 {1.4984}
EX
Standard
CARB: 41.851 {1.6477}
CIS: 38.059 {1.4984}
Standard
No.1, 5: 31.940—31.965 {1.2575—1.2585}
No.2, 3, 4: 31.910—31.935 {1.2563—1.2572}
Minimum
No.1, 5: 31.910 {1.2563}
No.2, 3, 4: 31.880 {1.2551}
(mm {in})
Journal diameter
(mm {in})
Standard
Journal oil clearance (mm {in})
No.1, 5
CARB: 0.035—0.060 {0.00138—0.00236}
CIS: 0.035—0.085 {0.00138—0.0033}
No.2, 3, 4
CARB: 0.065—0.090 {0.00256—0.00354}
CIS: 0.065—0.115 {0.00256—0.00453}
Maximum
End play
lay
(mm {in})
0.15 {0.006}
Standard
0.08—0.16 {0.00315—0.00629}
Maximum
0.20 {0.008}
Pushing distance of the camshaft oil seal
[from the edge of the cylinder head]
(mm {in})
0 {0}
Rocker arm and rocker arm shaft
(mm {in})
Standard
CARB: 19.000—19.033 {0.7481—0.7493}
CIS: 16.000—16.027 {0.6300—0.6309}
Rocker arm shaft outer diameter (mm {in})
Standard
CARB: 18.959—18.980 {0.7465—0.7472}
CIS: 15.966—15.984 {0.6286—0.6292}
Oil clearance between rocker
arm and shaft
Standard
CARB: 0.020—0.074 {0.00079—0.00291}
CIS: 0.016—0.061 {0.00063—0.00240}
Rocker arm inner diameter
(mm {in})
Cylinder block
Standard
301.43—301.57 {11.868—11.872}
Height
(mm {in})
Maximum
grinding
0.20 {0.008}
Distortion
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
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Item
Cylinder bore diameter
[M
h cylinder
li d bore
b
[Measure
the
at
70 mm {2.76 in} below the to
top
surface]
(mm {in})
Specification
Standard
86.000—86.019 {3.3859—3.3865}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
86.250—86.269 {3.3957—3.3964}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
Wear limit
86.500—86.519 {3.4056—3.4062}
(mm {in})
0.15 {0.006}
Piston
Piston diameter
[M
d at 90 ° to pin
i bore
b
[Measured
axis and 18.0 mm {0.709 in}
below oil ring groove] (mm {in})
Clearance between piston and
cylinder oil
Standard
85.943—85.965 {3.38358—3.38444}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
86.193—86.215 {3.39342—3.39428}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
86.443—86.465 {3.40327—3.40412}
Standard
0.035—0.076 {0.0014—0.0029}
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Top
Standard
CARB: 0.035—0.070 {0.0014—0.0027}
CIS: 0.030—0.070 {0.012—0.0027}
Second
Standard
0.030—0.070 {0.0012—0.0027}
Oil
Standard
0.070—0.160 {0.0028—0.0062}
Top,
Second
Maximum
0.15 {0.0059}
Oil
Maximum
0.17 {0.0067}
(mm {in})
Piston ring
Clearance between piston
ring and ring groove (mm {in})
End g
gap
[Measured in cylinder]
(mm {in})
Top
0.20—0.35 {0.008—0.013}
Second
0.15—0.30 {0.006—0.011}
Oil
0.20—0.70 {0.008—0.027}
Maximum
1.0 {0.039}
Piston pin
Piston pin diameter
(mm {in})
Standard
21.974—21.980 {0.8652—0.8653}
Piston pin bore diameter
(mm {in})
Standard
21.988—21.998 {0.8657—0.8660}
Oil clearance between connecting
rod and piston pin
(mm {in})
Standard
–0.037—–0.013 {–0.0014—–0.0006}
Oil clearance between piston pin
bore and piston pin
(mm {in})
Standard
0.008—0.024 {0.00032—0.0094}
Connecting rod and connecting rod bearing
Length (center to center)
(mm {in})
Standard
158.45—158.55 {6.239—6.242}
Bending
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.075 {0.0029}/50 {1.97}
Distortion
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.180 {0.0070}/50 {1.97}
Connecting rod small end inner diameter
(mm {in})
Standard
21.943—21.961 {0.8639—0.8646}
Standard
0.110—0.262 {0.005—0.010}
Connecting rod side clearance
Connecting
g rod bearing
g size
(mm {in})
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.30 {0.012}
Standard
1.505—1.510 {0.0593—0.0594}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
1.630—1.635 {0.0642—0.0643}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
1.755—1.760 {0.0691—0.0692}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
1.880—1.885 {0.0741—0.0742}
Connecting
g rod bearing
g oil clearance
(mm {in})
Standard
0.027—0.067 {0.0011—0.0026}
Maximum
0.10 {0.004}
Maximum
0.03 {0.0012}
Crankshaft
Crankshaft runout
(mm {in})
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Main journal diameter (mm {in})
Specification
Standard
59.937—59.955 {2.3598—2.3604}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
59.687—59.705 {2.3499—2.3505}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
59.437—59.455 {2.3401—2.3407}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
Main jjournal oil clearance
((mm {{in})
})
59.187—59.205 {2.3302—2.3309}
No.1, 2, 4, 5: 0.025—0.043 {0.00099—0.00169}
No.3: 0.031—0.049 {0.00123—0.00192}
Standard
Maximum
0.10 {0.004}
No.1, 2, 4, 5: 2.004—2.022 {0.07890—0.07960}
No.3: 2.004—2.019 {0.07890—0.07948}
Standard
Main bearing
g size
((mm {{in})
})
Crank pin jjournal diameter
(mm {in})
No.3 bearing
g width
(mm {in})
0.25 {0.01} undersize
2.129—2.139 {0.08382—0.08421}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
2.254—2.264 {0.08874—0.08913}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
2.379—2.389 {0.09367—0.09405}
Standard
50.940—50.955 {2.0056—2.0060}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
50.690—50.705 {1.9957—1.9962}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
50.440—50.455 {1.9859—1.9864}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
50.190—50.205 {1.9760—1.9765}
Standard
27.94—27.99 {1.1000—1.1019}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
28.04—28.09 {1.1040—1.1060}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
28.12—28.17 {1.1071—1.1090}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
Crankshaft end play
lay
(mm {in})
28.20—28.25 {1.1103—1.1122}
Standard
0.08—0.18 {0.00315—0.00708}
Maximum
0.30 {0.012}
Timing belt
Timing belt deflection
[Applied pressure 98 N {10 kgf, 22 lbf}]
(mm {in})
New: 8.0—9.0 {0.32—0.35}
Used: 9.0—10.0 {0.36—0.39}
Tensioner spring free length
(mm {in})
63.0 {2.48}
Oil pump
Clearance between inner rotor
tooth tip and outer rotor
(mm {in})
Clearance between outer rotor
and body
(mm {in})
Side clearance
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.18 {0.007}
Standard
0.090—0.176 {0.0036—0.0069}
Maximum
0.20 {0.008}
Standard
0.03—0.09 {0.0012—0.0035}
Maximum
0.10 {0.004}
Pressure spring free length
(mm {in})
Pushing distance of the front oil seal
[from the edge of the oil pump body]
(mm {in})
46.4 {1.827}
0 {0}
Rear oil seal
Pushing distance of the rear oil seal
[from the edge of the rear cover]
(mm {in})
0—0.5 {0—0.019}
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Item
Specification
Cylinder head
Cylinder
y
head g
gasket contact surfaces
distortion
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Maximum grinding
0.20 {0.008}
Manifold contact surfaces distortion
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Maximum grinding
0.20 {0.008}
IN
Maximum
1.0 {0.0394}
EX
Maximum
1.5 {0 .0591}
(mm {in})
Valve and valve guide
Margin thickness
(mm {in})
IN
Valve length
(mm {in})
EX
IN
Valve stem diameter
(mm {in})
EX
Standard
112.29—113.09 {4.421—4.452}
Maximum
112.215 {4.418}
Standard
113.42—114.22 {4.466—4.496}
Maximum
112.945 {4.447}
Standard
6.970—6.985 {0.2744—0.2749}
Maximum
6.920 {0.2724}
Standard
6.965—6.980 {0.2743—0.2748}
Maximum
Valve guide inner diameter
Valve guide protrusion
rotrusion height
(mm {in})
IN
EX
23.5—24.1 {0.926—0.948}
(mm {in})
Valve seat angle
IN
(mm {in})
EX
7.01—7.03 {0.2760—0.2767}
23.5—24.1 {0.926—0.948}
Valve seat contact width
Valve dimension
6.915 {0.2722}
(mm {in})
1.2—1.6 {0.048—0.062}
IN
45°
EX
45°
Standard
49.0 {1.929}
Maximum
49.6 {1.953}
Standard
49.0 {1.929}
Maximum
49.6 {1.953}
Valve spring
Pressing
g force at valve spring
g height
g H
(N {kgf, lbf})
Out-of-square
(mm {in})
IN
H: 43.0 mm
{1.69 in}
195.2—221.6 {19.9—22.6, 43.78—49.72}
EX
H: 43.0 mm
{1.69 in}
195.2—221.6 {19.9—22.6, 43.78—49.72}
Maximum
1.73 {0.068}
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Specification
Camshaft
Runout
(mm {in})
IN
Cam lobe height
(mm {in})
EX
Standard
Journal diameter
(mm {in})
Minimum
Journal oil clearance
(mm {in})
Standard
Maximum
0.03 {0.0012}
Standard
41.714 {1.6423}
Minimum
41.514 {1.6344}
Standard
41.988 {1.6531}
Minimum
41.788 {1.6452}
No.1, 5
29.940—29.965 {1.1788—1.1797}
No.2, 3, 4
29.910—29.935 {1.1776—1.1785}
No.1, 5
29.890 {1.1768}
No.2, 3, 4
29.860 {1.1756}
No.1, 5
No.2, 3, 4
Minimum
End play
lay
(mm {in})
0.035—0.085 {0.0014—0.0033}
0.065—0.115 {0.026—0.0045}
0.15 {0.006}
Standard
0.02—0.15 {0.0008—0.0059}
Maximum
0.20 {0.0079}
Rocker arm and Rocker arm shaft
Rocker arm inner diameter
(mm {in})
21.000—21.033 {0.8268—0.8280}
Rocker arm shaft diameter
(mm {in})
20.959—20.980 {0.8252—0.8259}
Clearance between rocker arm and shaft
(mm {in})
0.020—0.074 {0.0008—0.0029}
Cylinder block
Cylinder head gasket contact surfaces distortion
(mm {in})
Cylinder bore diameter
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
Maximum
grinding
0.20 {0.008}
Standard
92.000—92.022 {3.6221—3.6229}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
92.250—92.272 {3.6319—3.6327}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
92.500—92.522 {3.6418—3.6425}
Wear limit
(mm {in})
0.15 {0.006}
Oil jet valve,nozzle
Nozzle opening pressure
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi})
167—225 {1.7—2.3, 25—32}
Piston
Piston diameter
[M
[Measured
d at 90° to pin
i b
bore axis
i and
d
18 mm {0.71 in} above the bottom of
piston]
(mm {in})
Standard
91.933—92.957 {3.6194—3.6203}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
92.183—92.207 {3.6293—3.6301}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
92.433—92.457 {3.6391—3.6400}
Clearance between piston
iston and cylinder
(mm {in})
Piston pin bore diameter
Standard
Maximum
(mm {in})
0.058—0.074 {0.0023—0.0029}
0.15 {0.006}
22.988—23.000 {0.9051—0.9055}
Piston ring
Clearance between piston ring and ring groove
(mm {in})
Top
0.03—0.07 {0.0012—0.0027}
Second
0.03—0.07 {0.0012—0.0027}
Maximum
End g
gap
[Measured in cylinder]
(mm {in})
0.15 {0.0059}
Top
0.20—0.35 {0.008—0.013}
Second
0.20—0.40 {0.008—0.015}
Oil (rail)
0.20—0.70 {0.008—0.027}
Maximum
1.0 {0.039}
Piston pin
Diameter
(mm {in})
22.974—22.980 {0.9045—0.9047}
Clearance between connecting rod and piston pin
(mm {in})
–0.037— –0.013 {–0.0015— –0.0005}
Clearance between piston and piston pin
(mm {in})
0.008—0.026 {0.0004—0.0010}
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Specification
Crankshaft
Runout
(mm {in})
Main jjournal diameter
(mm {in})
Standard
59.937—59.955 {2.3598—2.3604}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
59.687—59.705 {2.3499—2.3505}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
59.437—59.455 {2.3401—2.3407}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
59.187—59.205 {2.3302—2.3309}
Out-of-round
Crank pin
in diameter
(mm {in})
(mm {in})
50.940—50.955 {2.0056—2.0060}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
50.690—50.705 {1.9957—1.9962}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
50.440—50.455 {1.9859—1.9864}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
50.190—50.205 {1.9760—1.9765}
(mm {in})
Main journal oil clearance
(mm {in})
Standard
Maximum
0.03 {0.001}
0.025—0.044 {0.0010—0.0017}
0.08 {0.003}
Standard
2.007—2.022 {0.0790—0.0796}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
2.132—2.137 {0.0840—0.0841}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
2.257—2.262 {0.0889—0.0890}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
2.382—2.387 {0.0938—0.0939}
Crankshaft end play
lay
No.4 main bearing
g width
(mm {in})
0.03 {0.001}
Standard
Out-of-round
Main journal
j
bearing
g thickness
(mm {in})
0.03 {0.0012}
(mm {in})
Standard
0.08—0.18 {0.00315—0.00708}
Maximum
0.30 {0.012}
Standard
25.94—25.99 {1.022—1.023}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
26.04—26.09 {1.026—1.027}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
26.12—26.17 {1.029—1.030}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
26.20—26.25 {1.032—1.033}
Connecting rod
Small end inner diameter
(mm {in})
22.943—22.961 {0.9033—0.9039}
Length [Center to center]
(mm {in})
166.45—166.55 {6.554—6.557}
Bending
(mm {in})
0.075 {0.0030} max./50 {2.0}
Distortion
(mm {in})
Standard
Connecting
g rod bearing
g oil clearance
(mm {in})
Connecting
g rod bearing
g
thickness
(mm {in})
Connecting rod side clearance
Maximum
0.180 {0.0071} max./50 {2.0}
0.027—0.067 {0.0011—0.0026}
0.10 {0.0039}
Standard
1.505—1.510 {0.0593—0.0594}
0.25 {0.01} undersize
1.630—1.635 {0.0642—0.0643}
0.50 {0.02} undersize
1.755—1.760 {0.0691—0.0692}
0.75 {0.03} undersize
1.880—1.885 {0.0741—0.0742}
(mm {in})
Standard
0.110—0.262 {0.0044—0.0103}
Maximum
0.30 {0.012}
Balance shaft
Clearance between balance shaft and
balance shaft bore
(mm {in})
Front
0.050—0.115 {0.0020—0.0045}
Center
0.080—0.145 {0.0032—0.0057}
Rear
0.080—0.145 {0.0032—0.0057}
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Specification
Oil pump
Relief spring free length
(mm {in})
46.4 {1.827}
Standard
Clearance between inner rotor
tooth tip and outer rotor
0.02—0.18 {0.008—0.0070}
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.22 {0.0087}
Clearance between outer rotor and bodyy
(mm {in})
Standard
0.113—0.186 {0.0045—0.0073}
Side clearance
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.20 {0.079}
Standard
0.035—0.105 {0.0014—0.0041}
Maximum
0.14 {0.0055}
Oil seal
Rear oil seal tapping amount
(mm {in})
0—0.5 {0—0.019}
Front oil seal tapping amount
(mm {in})
0—0.7 {0—0.027}
WL, WL Turbo
Item
Cylinder head
Specification
Distortion
(mm {in})
Margin thickness
(mm {in})
Valve length
(mm {in})
EX
Valve and
valve guide
IN
Valve stem diameter
(mm {in})
IN
1.50 {0.059}
EX
0.75 {0.030}
Standard
IN
EX
111.35 {4.384}
Standard
111.50—112.00 {4.390—4.409}
Minimum
111.25 {4.380}
Standard
6.970—6.985 {0.2745—0.2749}
Minimum
6.920 {0.2724}
Standard
6.965—6.980 {0.2743—0.2748}
Minimum
6.915 {0.2722}
(mm {in})
(mm {in})
Seat contact width
(mm {in})
Seat angle
Valve seat
Valve recession (mm {in})
EX
Valve spring
Pressing force at valve
spring height H
(N {kgf, lbf})
Out of square
Out-of-square
7.025—7.045 {0.2766—0.2773}
IN
14.0—14.5 {0.56—0.57}
EX
14.0—14.5 {0.56—0.57}
IN
1.6—2.2 {0.07—0.08}
EX
1.7—2.3 {0.07—0.09}
IN
45 °
EX
45 °
Standard
IN
111.60—112.10 {4.394—4.413}
Minimum
Guide inner diameter
Valve guide protrusion
rotrusion height
X: 0.020 {0.0008} max.
Y: 0.050 {0.0020} max.
0.61—1.09 {0.025—0.042}
Maximum
1.50 {0.059}
Standard
0.71—1.19 {0.028—0.046}
Maximum
1.60 {0.063}
IN
H: 35.5 mm
{1.40 in}
239—268 {24.3—27.4, 53.5—60.2}
EX
H: 35.5 mm
{1.40 in}
239—268 {24.3—27.4, 53.5—60.2}
(mm {in})
IN
1.70 {0.0670}
EX
1.70 {0.0670}
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Specification
Camshaft runout
(mm {in})
IN
WL
EX
Lobe height
(mm {in})
WL
Tur
bo
-bo
Camshaft
IN
EX
No 1 5
No.1,
Journal diameter
(mm {in})
No 2 3,
3 4
No.2,
Camshaft jjournal oil clearance
(mm {in})
Camshaft end play
lay
(mm {in})
Distortion
Cylinder block
Cylinder bore diameter
(mm {in})
Piston
42.40—42.50 {1.670—1.673}
Minimum
42.050 {1.6555}
Standard
42.395—42.495 {1.670—1.673}
Minimum
42.045 {1.6553}
Standard
41.221—41.321 {1.623—1.626}
Minimum
40.871 {1.6091}
Standard
42.395—42.495 {1.670—1.673}
Minimum
42.045 {1.6553}
Standard
25.940—25.965 {1.0213—1.0222}
Minimum
25.890 {1.0193}
Standard
25.910—25.935 {1.0201—1.0210}
Minimum
25.860 {1.0181}
No.1, 5
0.035—0.081 {0.0014—0.0031}
No.2, 3, 4
0.065—0.111 {0.0026—0.0043}
Standard
0.030—0.160 {0.0012—0.0062}
Maximum
0.200 {0.0078}
(mm {in})
93.000—93.022 {3.6615—3.6622}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
93.250—93.272 {3.6713—3.6721}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
93.500—93.522 {3.6811—3.6819}
(mm {in})
0.150 {0.0059}
Standard
92.951—92.977 {3.6595—3.6605}
0.25 {0.01} oversize
93.186—93.212 {3.6688—3.6697}
0.50 {0.02} oversize
93.436—93.462 {3.6786—3.6795}
Clearance between piston and
cylinder
(mm {in})
Clearance between piston ring
g
and ring groove
(mm {in})
Standard
0.038—0.056 {0.0015—0.0022}
Maximum
0.150 {0.0059}
Top
0.06—0.10 {0.0024—0.0039}
Second
0.04—0.08 {0.0016—0.0031}
Oil
0.03—0.07 {0.0012—0.0027}
Maximum
Piston ring
End gap
g [Measured
[
in cylinder]
y
]
(mm {in})
0.150 {0.0059}
Top
0.22—0.32 {0.009—0.012}
Second
0.32—0.47 {0.013—0.018}
Oil (rail)
0.22—0.32 {0.009—0.012}
Maximum
Piston pin
X: 0.020 {0.0008} max.
Y: 0.050 {0.0020} max.
Standard
Wear limit
Piston diameter measured
at 90°
90 to pin
in bore axis and
19.0 mm {0.75} above the
bottom of piston
(mm {in})
0.03 {0.001} max.
Standard
Diameter
(mm {in})
Clearance between connecting rod and
piston pin
(mm {in})
Clearance between piston and piston pin
(mm {in})
1.00 {0.039}
31.994—32.007 {1.2598—1.2601}
–0.003—0.013 {–0.0001—0.0005}
0.012—0.039 {0.0005—0.0015}
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Item
Specification
Crankshaft runout
Main jjournal diameter
(mm {in})
(mm {in})
Standard
66.937—66.955 {2.6354—2.6360},
66.920—66.938 {2.6347—2.6353} (No.3)
0.25 {0.01} undersize
66.687—66.705 {2.6255—2.6261},
66.670—66.688 {2.6248—2.6255} (No.3)
0.50 {0.02} undersize
66.437—66.455 {2.6157—2.6163},
66.420—66.438 {2.6150—2.6156} (No.3)
0.75 {0.03} undersize
66.187—66.205 {2.6058—2.6040},
66.170—66.188 {2.6052—2.6058} (No.3)
Out-of-round
(mm {in})
Crankshaft
Crankpin diameter
(mm {in})
Out-of-round
Main jjournal oil clearance
Crankshaft end play
lay
((mm {{in})
})
(mm {in})
Tensioner
spring
0.25 {0.01}
undersize
54.690—54.705 {2.1532—2.1537}
0.50 {0.02}
undersize
54.440—54.455 {2.1434—2.1438}
0.75 {0.03}
undersize
54.190—54.205 {2.1335—2.1340}
0.03 {0.001} max.
Standard
0.033—0.052 {0.0013—0.0020}
0.050—0.069 {0.0020—0.0026} (No.3)
Maximum
0.080 {0.003}
Standard
0.040—0.282 {0.0016—0.0111}
Maximum
(mm {in})
0.300 {0.012}
151.95—152.05 {5.983—5.986}
0.075 {0.0030} max. /50 {2.0}
Standard
0.110—0.262 {0.0044—0.0103}
(mm {in})
Maximum
0.350 {0.037}
Connecting
g rod bearing
g oil clearance
(mm {in})
Standard
0.031—0.058 {0.0013—0.0022}
Maximum
0.080 {0.003}
Connecting
g rod side clearance
Free length
Gear clearance
63.0 {2.48}
(mm {in})
Oil pump
um
Side clearance
Plunger
spring
54.940—54.955 {2.1630—2.1635}
(mm {in})
Bending
0.03 {0.001} max.
Standard
(mm {in})
Length [Center to center]
Connecting
rod and
connecting
d bearing
b i
rod
0.05 {0.002} max.
Free length
(mm {in})
Standard
0.10—0.19 {0.004—0.007}
Maximum
0.20 {0.008}
Standard
0.04—0.09 {0.002—0.003}
Maximum
0.15 {0.006}
(mm {in})
43.8 {1.72}
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MANUAL TRANSMISSION
M15M–D, M15MX–D
Manual transmission
Item
M15M–D
M15MX–D
Manual transmission
Type
Transmission oil
Viscosity
A.P.I. Service GL–4 or GL–5
All-season
SAE 75W–90
Above 10 °C {50 °F}
SAE 80W–90
Capacity
Mainshaft
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
Runout
(mm {in})
Clearance between
mainshaft and gear
(or bush)
(mm {in})
2.0 {2.1, 1.8}
2.5 {2.6, 2.2}
Maximum
0.03 {0.0012}
Wear limit
0.15 {0.006}
Reverse
idler gear and
shaft
Clearance between
reverse idler gear bush and
shaft
(mm {in})
Standard
0.02—0.05 {0.0008—0.0019}
Wear limit
0.15 {0.006}
Shift fork
and clutch hub
sleeve
Clearance between shift fork
and clutch hub sleeve (mm {in})
Standard
0.2—0.3 {0.008—0.011}
Wear limit
0.5 {0.020}
Synchronizer
y
ring
Clearance between
synchronizer ring and side of
gear when fitted
(mm {in})
Standard
1.5 {0.059}
Wear limit
0.8 {0.031}
Spring
Free length
(mm {in})
Shift rod (5th/reverse)
66.5 {2.62}
Detent ball (1st/2nd)
22 5 {0
22.5
{0.89}
89}
Detent ball (3rd/4th)
Transfer
A.P.I. Service GL–4 or
GL–5
Type
Transfer oil
Viscosity
Capacity
Hub sleeve and
shift fork
All-season
SAE 75W–90
Above 10 °C {50 °F}
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
Clearance between hub sleeve
and shift fork
(mm {in})
–
SAE 80W–90
2.0 {2.1, 1.8}
Standard
0.38—0.52
{0.015—0.020}
Wear limit
0.8 {0.031}
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Manual transmission
Item
R15M–D
R15MX–D
Manual transmission
Type
Transmission oil
Viscosity
A.P.I. Service GL–4 or GL–5
All-season
SAE 75W–90
Above 10 °C {50 °F}
SAE 80W–90
Capacity
Mainshaft
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
Runout
(mm {in})
Clearance between
mainshaft and gear
(or bush)
(mm {in})
2.8 {3.0, 2.5}
3.2 {3.4, 2.8}
Maximum
0.03 {0.0012}
Wear limit
0.15 {0.006}
Reverse
idler gear and
shaft
Clearance between
reverse idler gear bush and
shaft
(mm {in})
Standard
0.02—0.05 {0.0008—0.0019}
Wear limit
0.15 {0.006}
Shift fork
and clutch hub
sleeve
Clearance between shift fork
and clutch hub sleeve (mm {in})
Standard
0.2—0.3 {0.008—0.011}
Wear limit
0.5 {0.020}
Synchronizer
y
ring
Clearance between
synchronizer ring and side of
gear when fitted
(mm {in})
Standard
1.5 {0.059}
Wear limit
0.8 {0.031}
Control rod lever
and shift rod
Clearance between control rod
lever and shift rod gate
(mm {in})
Clearance
0.8 {0.031}
Transfer
A.P.I. Service GL–4 or
GL–5
Type
Transfer oil
Viscosity
Capacity
Hub sleeve and
shift fork
All-season
SAE 75W–90
Above 10 °C {50 °F}
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
Clearance between hub sleeve
and shift fork
(mm {in})
–
SAE 80W–90
2.0 {2.1, 1.8}
Standard
0.38—0.52
{0.015—0.020}
Wear limit
0.8 {0.031}
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SPECIAL TOOLS
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–2/5
TRANSMISSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–6/9
TRANSFER BOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–10/14
FRONT DIFFERENTIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–15/17
REMOTE FREE WHEEL (4x4) . . . . . . . . . . . ST–18/19
FRONT AXLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–20
REAR AXLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–21/29
STEERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–30/31
BRAKES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–32
SUSPENSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–33
AIR CONDITIONING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–34
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST–35/36
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Mazda Tool Number
49 L010 1A0
Ford Tool Number
Mounting Stand
303-435 (21-187)
Mounting Plate for 303-435-06
303-435-11 (21-146C)
49 S013 102
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 S010 1A0
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 9014 001
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 0636 100B
Compressor, Valve Spring
303-060 (21-024)
49 B012 0A2
Adapter for 303-060
303-060-02 (21-024-02)
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49 S120 170
Pliers, Valve Stem Oil Seal
303-508 (21-211)
49 L012 0A0A
Installer, Intake Valve Stem Oil Seal
303-247 (21-130A)
49 0249 010A
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 G011 001
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 S015 1A1
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 S120 215A
Remover, Crankshaft Timing Pulley
303-249 (21-132)
49 S010 301
Installer, Driver Pinion Oil Seal
204-088 (14-030)
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49 0259 749
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 S010 001
Installer, Timing Cover Oil Seal
303-427 (21-178)
49 S011 103
Installer, Wheel Speed Sensor Ring
205-307 (15-089)
49 S011 102A
Locking Tool, Flywheel
303-254 (21-135)
Socket, Cylinder Head Bolt
303-393 (21-168)
49 E011 1A0
Universal Flange Holding Wrench
205-072 (15-030A)_
49 0187 280
Commercially available
Not
applicable
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49 G014 001
Wrench, Oil Filter
Use OTC tool GV 6883
Not
applicable
49 L011 2A0
Adapter for 205-047-07
205-047-05 (15-011-06)
Graphic
not
available
Adapter for 205-047-07
205-047-06 (15-011-07)
Adapter for 205-047-07
205-047-07 (15-011-08)
49 S120 710
Universal Flange Holding Wrench
205-072 (15-030A)
49 S011 103
Installer, Wheel Speed Sensor Ring
205-307 (15-089)
Graphic
not
available
Graphic
not
available
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Transmission
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 SE01 310A
Aligner, Clutch Plate
308-204 (16-067)
49 0839 425C
Remover, Mainshaft Needle Bearing
Sleeve
308-191 (16-056)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Thrust Pad for 205-071
307-115 (17-019)
Remover, Drop Arm
204-015 (14-008)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-311 (15-092)
Center Screw
205-034 (15-002)
Graphic
not
available
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49 H017 101
Adapter for 307-272
307-272-01 (17-061-01)
49 1243 465A
Socket, Output Shaft Nut
308-108 (16-039)
49 0710 520
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
49 F027 005
Adapter for 205-066
205-066-03 (15-033-03)
49 F027 007
Installer, Drive Pinion Oil Seal
204-088 (14-030)
Graphic
not
available
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49 F401 331
Installer, Extension Housing Oil Seal
307-028 (17-002)
Installer, Drive Pinion Bearing
205-068 (15-042)
Remover/Installer, Lower Arm Bushing
204-058 (14-027)
Installer, Drive Pinion Oil Seal
204-088 (14-030)
49 0862 350
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 F017 101
49 G030 795
Holding Tool, Synchronizer Ring
308-422 (16-093)
Graphic
not
available
Installer, Oil Pump Oil Seal
307-032 (17-010A)
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49 F401 335A
Installer, Input Shaft Oil Seal
307-210 (17-041)
49 U027 003
Installer, Oil Pump Oil Seal
307-032 (17-010A)
49 S120 440
Screwdriver
Not
applicable
49 S017 401
Gears
Not
applicable
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Transfer Box
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 S120 710
Universal Flange Holding Wrench
205-072 (15-030A)
49 0839 425C
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-311 (15-092)
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49 F401 331
Installer, Extension Housing Oil Seal
307-028 (17-002)
Remover/Installer, Lower Arm Bushing
204-058 (14-027)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Installer, Driver Pinion Bearing
205-068 (15-042)
Installer, Differential Double Lip Oil Seal
308-203 (16-066)
49 0727 415
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-082 (15-037)
Installer, Torque Converter Oil Seal
307-273 (17-052)
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49 0727 415
Installer, Halfshaft Oil Seal
308-119 (16-071)
Socket, Output Shaft Nut
308-108 (16-039)
49 0727 415
Installer, Drive Pinion Bearing
205-068 (15-042)
Installer, Extension Housing Oil Seal
307-028 (17-002)
49 G030 370
Support Plate, Gear Removal
308-198 (16-063)
49 G030 797
Socket, Guide Sleeve
308-109 (16-040A)
49 G026 102
Socket, Guide Sleeve
308-109 (16-040A)
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49 0258 749
Installer, Torque Converter Oil Seal
307-273 (17-052)
49 S231 395A
Spreader, Transfer Chain
308-423 (16-094)
49 0500 330
Graphic
not
available
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Depth Gauge
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 U017 3A0A
Adjustment Tool, Transfer Case
308-424 (16-095)
Graphic
not
available
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 F401 336B
Installer, Differential Double Lip Oil Seal
308-203 (16-066)
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49 0636 145
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
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Front Differential
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 M005 581
Mounting Bracket, Engine/Differential
205-329 (15-105A)
49 S120 710
Universal Flange Holding Wrench
205-072 (15-030A)
49 H027 002
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
49 0727 570
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
49 8531 565
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
49 0305 555
Preload Sleeve
205-060 (15-023)
49 0259 720
Universal Flange Holding Wrench
205-072 (15-030A)
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49 0839 425C
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Thurst Pad for 205-071
307-115 (17-019)
Remover, Mainshaft Needle Bearing
Sleeve
308-191 (16-056)
49 G030 338
Installer, Front Differential Bearing Cup
204-281 (14-056)
Graphic
not
available
49 F027 004
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 F027 005
Installer, Front Differential Oil Seal
204-282 (14-057)
Graphic
not
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49 U027 003
Installer, Drive Pinion Bearing
205-082 (15-037)
Installer, Drive Pinion Bearing
205-068 (15-042)
49 G030 795
Installer, Front Differential Oil Seal
204-283 (14-058)
49 0350 555
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
49 0350 565
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
49 0350 567
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
49 0350 568
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Graphic
not
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Remote Free Wheel (4x4)
Mazda Tool Number
49 U027 005
49 U027 006
Ford Tool Number
Installer, Remote Freewheel Bearing
204-284 (14-059)
Installer, Remote Freewheel Bearing
204-285 (14-060)
49 U027 004
Remover, Rear Wheel Hub Oil Seal
205-174 (15-072)
49 U027 004
Remover, Oil Seal
303-112 (21-051)
49 M005 796
Installer, Remote Freewheel Dust Seal
204-286 (14-061)
Graphic
not
available
Graphic
not
available
Graphic
not
available
49 0813 215 A
Commercially available
Not
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49 W027 001
Remover/Installer, Pivot Bushing
205-342 (15-110)
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49 U027 007
Installer, Remote Freewheel Oil Seal
204-287 (14-062)
Graphic
not
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Front Axle
Mazda Tool Number
49 T028 3A0
Ford Tool Number
Separator, Ball Joint
211-020 (13-006)
Remover, Mainshaft Needle Bearing
Sleeve
308-191 (16-056)
49 H033 101
Installer, Rear Wheel Hub Bearing
Cone/Oil Seal
205-101 (15-051)
49 B025 001
Installer, Input Shaft Bearing Cone
308-041 (16-020)
49 F019 001
Installer, Timing Cover Oil Seal
303-427 (21-178)
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Mazda Tool Number
49 S120 645A
49 0603 635A
Ford Tool Number
Holding Tool, Rear Axle Shaft
205-496 (15-112)
Wrench, Rear Axle Shaft Bearing
205-497 (15-113)
49 S126 204
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-311 (15-092)
T57L-500-B
Mounting Bracket, Engine/Differential
205-329 (15-105-A)
308-047 (T77F-1102-A)
Remover, Rear Wheel Hub Oil Seal
205-174 (15-072)
Graphic
not
available
Graphic
not
available
Remover, Oil Seal
303-112 (21-051)
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205-D064 (D84L-1123-A)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-311 (15-092)
205-456
Adjustment Gauge, Drive Pinion
205-058 (15-019)
205-110 (T76P-4020-A10)
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
Adapter for 205-044 (Step Gauge)
205-044-02 (15-008-03A)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062 (15-023)
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Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
Adapter for 205-044 (Step Gauge)
204-044-03A (15-008-03A)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062 (15-023)
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205-105 (T76P-4020-A3)
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
Adapter for 205-044 (Step Gauge)
204-044-03A (15-008-03A)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062 (15-023)
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205-109 (T76P-4020-A9)
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
Adapter for 205-044 (Step Gauge)
204-044-03A (15-008-03A)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062 (15-023)
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205-111 (T76P-4020-A11)
Gauge, Master Pinion
205-059 (15-020)
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
205-044 (15-008)
Adapter for 205-044 (Step Gauge)
204-044-03A (15-008-03A)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062 (15-023)
205-090 (T75L-1165-B)
Installer, Drive Pinion Bearing
205-068 (15-042)
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205-024 (T76P-4616-A)
Installer, Differential Bearing Cone
205-066 (15-033)
Adapter for 205-066
205-066-02 (15-033-02A)
Adapter for 205-066
205-066-03 (15-033-03)
205-092 (T57L-1165-DA)
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-081 (15-032)
205-007 (T56T-4676-B)
Installer, Drive Pinion Oil Seal
205-077 (15-047A)
Installer, Drive Pinion Oil Seal
205-115 (15-058)
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49 S126 205
Adapter for 205-311 (Extension)
205-311-02 (15-092-02)
Adapter for 205-311 (Extension)
205-311-03 (15-092-03)
49 S126 208
Remover, Bearing/Gear
205-310 (15-091)
Adapter for 205-311 (Extension)
205-311-04 (15-092-04)
49 S120 748
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 F027 004
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 U027 003
Installer, Differential Bearing
205-082 (15-037)
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49 H025 001
Commercially available
Not
applicable
T83T-4205-A1
Not essential
Not
applicable
T83T-4205-A2
Not essential
Not
applicable
T83T-4205-A3
Not essential
Not
applicable
T83T-4205-A4
Not essential
Not
applicable
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Steering
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 T028 3A0
Separator, Ball Joint
211-020 (13-006)
49 1232 670 A
Pressure Gauge, Power Steering
211-190 (13-018)
49 H002 671
Pressure Gauge, Power Steering
211-190 (13-018)
Adapter for 211-190 (Connector)
211-190-01 (13-018-01)
49 G032 3A4
Adapter for 211-190 (Connector)
211-190-01 (13-018-01)
49 T028 3A0
Remover, Mainshaft Bearing
308-200 (16-056)
49 B032 304
Pressure Gauge, Power Steering
211-190 (13-018)
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49 0180 510B
Clamp Connector, Preload Gauge
211-021 (13-004A)
Graphic
not
available
Clamp Connector, Preload Gauge
211-041 (13-008A)
49 0223 695E
Remover, Mainshaft Bearing
308-200 (16-056)
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Brakes
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 0259 770B
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 U043 0A0
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 0221 600C
Retractor, Brake Caliper Piston
206-005 (12-014)
49 0208 701A
Remover, O-Ring Seal
100-010 (17-063)
49 B043 001
Setter, Brake Servo Push Rod
206-016 (12-010)
49 EC43 003A
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 B043 004
Commercially available
Not
applicable
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Suspension
Mazda Tool Number
49 U034 2AO
Ford Tool Number
Remover/Installer, Pivot Bushing
205-342 (15-110)
Installer, Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal
303-395 (21-171)
49 U039 615
Remover/Installer, Pivot Bushing
205-342 (15-110)
Remover/Installer, Rear Axle Bush
205-035 (15-003)
Graphic
not
available
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Air Conditioning
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 C081 0A0A
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 C061 012
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 C061 013
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 H061 005
Installer, Drive Pinion Oil Seal
205-046 (15-010A)
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General
Mazda Tool Number
Ford Tool Number
49 0305 870A
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 9140 074
Holding Fixture, Dial Indicator Gauge
310-017 (23-018)
49 9200 146
Adapter for 303-396
303-396-02 (24-001-02)
49 9200 147
Pressure Tester, Cooling System
303-396 (24-001A)
49 0259 888A
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 01670280
Commercially available
Not
applicable
49 N088 0A0
Commercially available
Not
applicable
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49 L018 901
Commercially available
Not
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