Sorento/Sedona Throttle Position Sensor W/3.5L Engine

Download provides information related to the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) for Sorento & Sedona models. Some Sorento & Sedona vehicles may exhibit diagnostic trouble codes P0121 and/or P1121. This condition mainly occurs in high ambient or desert areas, and can be related to the occasional increase in contact resistance due to excessive wear of the inner elements of the TP sensor. This bulletin describes the proper service and adjustment procedure for replacing the TP Sensor. – Effective Vehicle Information 2003-2006 Sorento 3.5L 2002-2005 Sedona 3.5L – Parts Information Part Name Previous Part No. New Part No. Throttle Position Sensor 35102 39000 35102 39000FFF – Service Procedure Replacement Procedure: 1. Turn ignition OFF. Remove engine cover and disconnect electrical connector from TP Sensor. 2. Remove two (2) retaining screws from TP Sensor and remove from throttle body. 3. Install new TP Sensor to throttle body. Install retaining screws and hand tighten lightly.… Read More

1997 Jeep Cherokee Serpentine Belt INSPECTION ADJUSTMENT REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

Download 1997 Jeep Cherokee 2WD 4.0L MFI 6cyl | Repair Guides. eep Wagoneer/Command o/Cherokee 1984-1998 Serpentine Belt INSPECTION ADJUSTMENT REMOVAL & INSTALLATION INSPECTION When inspecting serpentine drive belts, small cracks that run across the ribbed surface of the belt from rib to rib are considered normal. If the the cracks are running along the rib (rather across), this is not normal and the belt(s) must be replaced. ADJUSTMENT It is not necessary to adjust belt tension on the 5.2L or 5.9L engines and on the 2.5L and 4.0L engines (without power steering). These engines are equipped with an automatic tensioner. The tensioner maintains correct tension at all times. 2.5L and 4.0L Engines With Power Steering See Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4 If the vehicle is not equipped with power steering, it will be equipped with an idler pulley. If equipped with an idler pulley, refer to and follow the 5.2L/5.9L belt removal and installation procedure.… Read More

1982-2003 Ford Mustangs Double Hook Clutch Quadrant and Clutch Adjustment Kit INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Download DOUBLE HOOK QUADRANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: STEP 1: At the bellhousing, remove the plastic splash shield. Use a pry-bar to slacken the clutch cable and disconnect it from the clutch fork. STEP 2: Under the dash, pull the end of the cable loose from the quadrant STEP 3: Under the dash there are two plastic parts that make up the factory clutch quadrant mechanism. They are held in place by clips on the end of the shafts. Remove the clips from the end of the shafts. STEP 4: Press the clutch pedal fully to the floor (you may have to pull the carpet aside) and pry the plastic quadrant and springs off. STEP 5: Press the clutch pedal to the floor again. Align the new aluminum quadrant with the shafts and slide the aluminum quadrant on. Center the quadrant in line with the hole where the cable comes through the firewall.… Read More

1996 Honda Accord Sedan Valve Clearance Adjustment

Download 1. Remove the cylinder head cover. 2. Set No.1 piston at TDC . “UP” mark on the camshaft pulley should be at top, and TDC grooves on the camshaft pulley should align with cylinder head surface. 3. Adjust valves on No.1 cylinder. Intake: 0.26 mm ±0.02 mm (0.010 in) ± (0.0008 in) 0.30 mm ±0.02 mm (0.012 in) ±(0.0008 in) 4. Loosen the locknut, and turn the adjusting screw until the feeler gauge slides back and forth with a slight amount of drag. 5. Tighten the locknut and check clearance again. Repeat adjustment if necessary. 6. Rotate crankshaft 180° counterclockwise (Camshaft pulley turns 90°) . The “UP” mark should be on the exhaust side. Adjust valves on No.3 cylinder. 7. Rotate crankshaft 180° counterclockwise to bring No.4 piston to TDC . Both TDC grooves are once again visible. Adjust valves on No.4 cylinder. 8. Rotate crankshaft 180° counterclockwise to bring No.2 piston to TDC .… Read More

2003 Kia Rio CYLINDER HEAD Service and Repair

Download COMPONENT DISASSEMBLY 1. Drain the coolant and disconnect the upper radiator hose. 2. Remove the breather hose (between the air cleaner and the head cover). 3. Remove the air-intake hose. 4. Remove the vacuum hose, fuel hose and coolant hose 5. Remove the cables from the spark plugs . The cables should be removed by holding the boot portion. 6. Remove the ignition coil. 7. Remove the power steering oil pump and bracket. 8. Remove the intake manifold . 9. Remove the heat protector and exhaust manifold assembly. 10. Remove the coolant pump pulley and the crankshaft pulley. 11. Remove the timing belt cover. 12. Remove the timing belt tensioner pulley. 13. Remove the timing belt . 14. Remove the head cover and cam carrier assembly. 15. Remove the cylinder head assembly. The cylinder head bolts should be removed by using Special Tool, Cylinder Head Bolt Wrench, in the sequence as shown in the illustration in two or three steps.… Read More

2002 FORD EXPLORER TRANSMISSION NO 3RD GEAR OR SLIPPING 2-3 SHIFT

Download FORD: MERCURY: 2002 EXPLORER 2002 MOUNTAINEER This article supersedes TSB 03-25-4 to update the 1. Loosen the intermediate band locknut on the description for labor operation “B”. There have been band adjustment screw. no changes made to the TSB procedure. 2. Using the special service tool (307-S022), tighten the suspect band adjustment screw to ISSUE 10 lb-ft (14 N•m). Some 2002 Explorer/Mountaineer vehicles built prior to 3/4/2002 with 5R55W transmission, may exhibit a. If the band adjustment torque cannot be no 3rd gear or slipping 2-3 shift with diagnostic achieved, both bands will need to be trouble codes (DTCs) P0733 and P0745 present. replaced. Proceed to PROCEDURE “B”. This may be due to a broken intermediate band. b. If the proper torque is achieved, the band is ACTION OK and does not need to be replaced. If the conditions described are verified: Proceed to Step 3 of PROCEDURE “A”. •Follow Service Procedure “A” to confirm band is 3.… Read More

A/C Compressor Belt Adjustment

Download 1. Apply a force of 98 N (10 kgf, 22 Ibf), and measure the deflection between the A/C compressor and the crankshaft pulley. A/C Compressor Belt Used Belt: B16A2 engine 6.0 – 9.5 mm (0.24 – 0.37 in) 7.5 – 9.5 mm (0.30 – 0.37 in) 4.5 – 6.5 mm (0.18 – 0.26 in) 5.0 – 6.5 mm (0.20 – 0.26 in) Except B16A2 engine New Belt: B16A2 engine Except B16A2 engine Note these items when adjusting belt tension: If there are cracks or any damage evident on the belt, replace it with a new one. ” Used belt ” means a belt which has been used for five minutes or more. ” New belt ” means a belt which has been used for less than five minutes. 2. Loosen, the center nut of the idler pulley (SANDEN), or the pivot bolt of the idler pulley bracket and the lock nut of the adjusting bolt (DENSO).… Read More

Gates PowerGrip Timing Belts Installation Instructions

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Belt removal Step 1 Disconnect the battery earth cable.* Make sure the engine is cold before you start working on it. Step 2 Turn the crankshaft (in the direction of normal rotation) to TDC by aligning the “O” timing mark on the crankshaft damper. The distributor rotor should be lined up with the index mark on the distributor body. Step 3 Remove any belts, pulleys or hoses interfering with the removal of the timing belt cover. Step 4 Remove the timing belt cover. Step 5 Loosen the belt tensioner adjustment bolt. Step 6 Pry the tensioner away from the belt and retighten the tensioner adjustment bolt. Step 7 Remove the timing belt. Step 8 Carefully inspect the drive. Poor drive alignment, improper belt tension and worn pulleys all contribute to early belt failure. In case of excessive wear, replace the drive component immediately.
Belt installation Step 1 Make sure the timing marks are properly aligned.… Read More

Honda Goldwing GL1200 Electronic Cruise Control Manual Installation

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1st step. The actuator spool is installed in the CIU housing with the actuator cable. The actuator spool is rotated to fully extend the cable. 2nd step. The dual spool and carburettor cable are installed. The carburettor cable is attached to the lower groove in the dual spool. The other end of the carburettor cable is attached to the carburettors. Note the position of the roll pin. It is nearly contacting the end of the groove in the actuator spool. The free play in the carburettor cable must be adjusted so that the cable outer can be pulled out 2 ~ 3mm before the carburettors start to open. This ensures that the cruise control cannot prevent the carburettors returning to idle. If more free play is allowed the response of the cruise control is compromised. This adjustment of free play is usually performed after final assembly of the CIU is completed and the CIU is in its final location.… Read More

1995 Mazda MX-6 BRAKE SYSTEM REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

Download 1. Raise and support front of vehicle. Remove front wheel assemblies. Remove lower lock pin/guide bolt. See Fig. 2 . Pivot caliper upward and support using rope. 2. Remove pads, shims, guide plates or pad guides and “V” springs (if equipped). Replace pad if lining thickness is less than specified. See MINIMUM PAD LINING SPECIFICATIONS (FRONT) table. 3. To install, reverse removal procedure. Use Disc Brake Expander (49-0221-600C) and an old pad to push piston fully inward to install disc pads. FRONT DISC BRAKE CALIPER Removal & Installation Raise and support front of vehicle. Remove front wheel assemblies and disconnect brake hose. Plug all openings. Remove front disc brake pads. See FRONT DISC BRAKE PADS . Remove remaining mounting bolt(s). Remove caliper from vehicle. To install, reverse removal procedure. Bleed air from system. FRONT BRAKE ROTOR Removal & Installation 1. Raise and support front of vehicle. Remove front wheel assemblies.… Read More