Removal

HINT:

When repairing the oil pump, the oil pan and strainer should be removed and cleaned.

1. REMOVE HOOD

2. REMOVE OIL DIPSTICK

3. DRAIN ENGINE OIL

4. REMOVE TIMING BELT (See page EM-12 )

5. SUSPEND ENGINE WITH ENGINE SLING DEVICE

6. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT TIMING PULLEY(See page EM-12)

REMOVE A/C COMPRESSOR AND MOUNTING BRACKET

(a) Disconnect the compressor connector.

(b) Remove the 4 compressor mounting bolts. HINT:

Put a side compressor, and suspend it.

(c) Remove the 4 bolts and compressor mounting bracket.

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8. DISCONNECT FRONT EXHAUST PIPE

(a) Remove the 2 bolts and the 2 compresson springs.

(b) Disconnect the exhaust pipe.

9. REMOVE OIL PAN

(a) Remove the 10 bolts.

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(b) Insert the SST blade between the cylinder block and oil pan, cut off applied sealer and then remove the oil pan. SST 09032-00100 NOTICE:

• Do not use SST for the oil pump body side and rear oil seal retainer.

• Be careful not to damage the oil pan flange.

10. REMOVE OIL STRAINER

Remove the 3 bolts and oil strainer with the O-ring.

11. REMOVE PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE

12. REMOVE OIL PUMP AND OIL PUMP PULLY

(a) Remove the 9 bolts and tension spring bracket.

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(b) Using a soft-faced hammer, carefully tap off the oil pump.

(c) Remove the oil pump body and O-ring.

(d) Using a vise, remove the nut and oil pump pulley.

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