Remove Piston Ring

(a) Using a piston ring expander, remove the 2 compression rings.

(b) Remove the oil ring rail and oil ring expander by hand.

HINT:

Arrange the removed parts in the correct order.

50. REMOVE PISTON PIN HOLE SNAP RING

(a) Using a screwdriver, pry out the 2 snap rings.

51. REMOVE PISTON

(a) Gradually heat the piston to approximately 80 to 90°C (176 to 194°F).

(b) Using a plastic hammer and brass bar, lightly tap out the piston pin and remove the connecting rod. HINT:

• The piston and pin are a matched set.

• Arrange the pistons, pins, rings, connecting rods and bearings in the correct order.

Camry Block Main Bearing Cap Numbers

52. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT

(a) Uniformly loosen and remove the 10 main bearing cap bolts in the sequence shown in the illustration.

(b) Use 2 removed main bearing cap bolts to remove the 5 main bearing caps and 5 lower bearings. NOTICE:

Insert the bolts into one of the caps. Ease the cap out by gently pulling up and applying force toward the front and back side of the cylinder block, as shown in the illustration. Take care not to damage the contact surfaces of the cap and cylinder block.

Pistons Arrange Cylinder Block

HINT:

• Keep the lower bearing and main bearing cap together.

• Arrange the main bearing caps in the correct order.

(c) Lift out the crankshaft.

53. REMOVE UPPER CRANKSHAFT THRUST WASHER

(a) Remove the upper thrust washers from the cylinder block.

54. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT BEARING

(a) Remove the 5 upper main bearings from the cylinder block. HINT:

Arrange the bearings in the correct order.

55. REMOVE NO. 2 CRANKSHAFT BEARING

(a) Remove the 5 lower main bearings from the 5 main bearing caps. HINT:

Arrange the bearings in the correct order.

56. REMOVE STUD BOLT

57. REMOVE NO. 1 OIL NOZZLE SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Using a 5 mm hexagon wrench, remove the bolts and oil nozzles.

58. CLEAN CYLINDER BLOCK NOTICE:

If the cylinder is washed at high temperatures, the cylinder liner will stick out beyond the cylinder block. Always wash the cylinder block at a temperature of 45°C (113°F) or less.

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