Post Installation

1. INSTALL VANE PUMP WITH BRACKET (WITH POWER STEERING)

Install the vane pump with the six bolts. Torque the bolts. Torque: 450 kg-cm (33 ft-lb, 44 N-m)

2. INSTALL DRIVE BELT AND ADJUST BELT TENSION (See page MA-17)

3. INSTALL DISTRIBUTOR AND SPARK PLUGS

4. INSTALL BOND CABLE OF REAR SIDE

5. CONNECT FOLLOWING PARTS:

(a) Vacuum switch, EBCV (Ex. Calif.) and VSV with the bracket

(c) Fuel return hose to the fuel return pipe

(d) Fuel main hose to the fuel inlet pipe

(e) Brake booster hose

(f) Charcoal canister hose

6. CONNECT FOLLOWING WIRES:

(b) Fuel cut solenoid valve wire

(c) Thermo switch wire

(d) Cold mixture heater wire

(e) Water temperature sender gauge wire

(f) VSV wire for EVAP

(g) Vacuum switch wire

7. CONNECT ACCELERATOR CABLE TO CARBURETOR

Connect the cable to the carburetor and bracket.

8. CONNECT TWO HEATER HOSES

9. CONNECT RADIATOR UPPER HOSE TO THERMOSTAT HOUSING

10. CONNECT EXHAUST PIPE TO EXHAUST MANIFOLD

Connect the exhaust pipe with the three nuts to the exhaust manifold.

11. INSTALL AIR CLEANER

(a) Install the air cleaner on the carburetor.

(b) Connect the air hoses and air duct.

12. FILL WITH ENGINE OIL

Fill the engine with new o\\, AP\ grade SF or SFjCC multi-grade, fuel efficient and recommended viscosity oil.

Capacity:

Dry fill 4.8 liters

Drain and refill w/o Oil filter change 4.0 liters

(4.2 US qts, 3.5 Imp. qts) w/ Oil filter change 4.6 liters

13. FILL WITH COOLANT

Close the radiator and engine drain cocks and fill with coolant.

Total capacity: w/Heater 8.4 liters

14. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE TERMINAL OF BATTERY

15. START ENGINE

Warm up the engine and inspect for leaks.

16. PERFORM ENGINE ADJUSTMENT

(a) Retighten the cylinder head bolts. (See step 3 on page EM-27)

(b) Readjust the valve clearance. (See page MA-13)

(c) Recheck ignition timing. (See step 1 on page IG-10)

(d) Adjust idle speed. (See step 14 on page MA-14)

17. RECHECK COOLANT AND ENGINE OIL LEVEL

18. ROAD TEST

Perform a road test.

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