Note

Tighten down fastening bolts to specified torque only after the hydraulic engine mounts have been fitted to the front-axle crossmem-ber.

3. Install control arm.

The control arm mount must be fitted in exactly the same position marked before removal.

4. Check wheel alignment. Adjust if required.

5. Replace all gaskets, seals and O-rings before refitting. Check for correct location of the radiator in the rubber mounts.

6. Tighten nuts and bolts to specified torque. Tightening torques:

Clamping sleeve

to central shaft

M

10

80

Nm

(59 ftlb)

Central tube to

clutch housing

M

10

42

Nm

(31 ftlb)

Control arm to body

M

10

46

Nm

(34 ftlb)

Steering universal joint

M

8

30

+ 5

Nm (22 +

Cross member to body

M

12

85

Nm

(63 ftlb)

7. Add coolant and bleed cooling system.

8. Top up reservoir with ATF fluid and bleed steering system.

9. Warm up engine to operating temperature, check engine oil and coolant levels again, top up if required.

Removal

1. The flywheel must be separated from the damper across the starter aperture (9 bolts). The clutch housing is unbolted from the engine and remains fixed to the central tube.

1244-10

1243-10

2. Remove ATF lines from cross member, cylinder head and radiator. Plug oil apertures to avoid dirt ingress. Remove protective shield from clutch housing.

1245-10

1244-10

2. Also rotate damper until positioning groove points down.

1243-10

2. Remove ATF lines from cross member, cylinder head and radiator. Plug oil apertures to avoid dirt ingress. Remove protective shield from clutch housing.

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