See Figures 1, 2 and 3
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
- Raise the hood.
- Disconnect the negative battery cable, then the positive cable and remove the battery.
- Remove the undercover.
- Properly drain the engine cooling system from the radiator and engine drains.
- Disconnect the upper water hose from the engine side.
- Loosen the compressor drive belt by moving the power steering oil pump or idler, if equipped.
- Remove the cooling fan and the fan shroud.
- Disconnect the lower water hose from the engine side.
- Remove the air conditioner compressor, if equipped.
- Remove the fan belt, the crankshaft pulley and the timing pulley housing covers.
- Unfasten the fixing bolt and remove the tension spring.
- Using tool J-29801 or an equivalent puller, remove the tension pulley and tension center.
- Remove the timing belt, the engine control cable and the wiring harness of the fuel cut solenoid.
- Remove the fuel hoses and the injection pipes. Using a wrench to secure the delivery holder, loosen the sleeve nuts on the injection pump side.
- Install a 6mm bolt (with pitch of 1.25) into the threaded hole in the timing pulley housing and through the hole in the pulley to keep it from turning.
- Remove the bolt holding the injection pump timing pulley, then remove the pulley using a puller.
- Remove the injection pump flange fixing nuts and rear bracket bolts, then remove the injection pump.
- Install the injection pump by aligning the notched line on the flange with the line on the front bracket.
- Install the injection pump timing pulley by aligning it with the key groove, then torque the bolts to 42-52 ft. lbs. (57-70 Nm).
- Position the piston of the No. 1 cylinder to TDC of the compression stoke and align marks on the timing pulleys.
- Refer to the timing belt procedures in Engine & Engine Overhaul of this repair guide, then install and adjust the timing belt.
- Check the injection timing.
- To complete the installation, reverse the removal procedures.