1st Timing Chain and Chain Tensioner Removal and Installation
1) Remove engine assembly from vehicle.
2) Remove oil pan.
3) Remove cylinder head cover.
4) Remove timing chain cover.
5) For reinstallation of timing chain, turn crankshaft so that timing marks on cylinder head and lower crankcase match with those on sprockets as shown in figure.
1) Check that match mark (1) on crankshaft timing sprocket is in match with timing mark (2) on lower crankcase.
2) Install crankshaft timing sprocket (2) as shown in figure.
3) Apply oil to bush of idler sprocket (1).
4) Install idler sprocket and sprocket shaft.
5) Install 1st timing chain by aligning dark blue plate (4) of 1st timing chain (3) and match mark (2) on idler sprocket (1).
6) Bring yellow plate (4) of 1st timing chain (3) into match with match mark (2) on crankshaft timing sprocket (1).
7) Apply engine oil to sliding surface of timing chain tensioner (1) and then install it as shown in figure. Tighten tensioner nut to specified torque.
Timing chain tensioner nut (a): 25 Nm (2.5 kgf-cm, 18.0 ft. Lbs.)
8) With latch of tensioner adjuster No.1 returned and plunger (1) pushed back into body, insert stopper (4) into latch (2) and body (3).
After inserting it, check to make sure that plunger will not come out.
11) Apply engine oil to sliding surface of timing chain guide No.1 (1) and then install it.
Tighten guide bolts to specified torque.
Timing chain guide No.1 bolts (a): 9 Nm (0.9 kgf-cm, 6.5 ft. Lbs.)
12) Check that dark blue and yellow plates of 1st timing chain are in match with match marks on sprockets respectively.
13) Install 2nd timing chain.
14) Install timing chain cover.
15) Install cylinder head cover.
16) Install oil pan.
17) Install engine assembly to vehicle.
April, 12, 2015 AT 10:02 AM
I put my timing chain everthing in place my don't start