1999-2003 Ford Expedition Cylinder Head Removal and Installation

…he embossed sealing area does not follow the same sealing path as the original gasket. This area is surrounding the high pressure oil feed (HPOF) area. It is triangular in shape and is found in the rear of the passenger side cylinder head, or, in the front of the drivers side cylinder head (Figures 1 and 2). Required for service are: • A straightedge (machine flatness toleranced to 0.0002″ per foot in length) (available from Snap-On or as…

2000-2005 Ford Service Tips for Cylinder Head Removal and Installation

Refer to the current Workshop Manual procedure for Removal & Installation of the cylinder heads on a 6.0L DIT engine. Engine removal is not required. Note: On Econoline, engine removal IS necessary. Refer to current Workshop Manual procedure. *Removal of LH cylinder head assembly Note: Lower rear bolt is retained in place and removed together with the cylinder head assembly. CAUTION: Make sure the insulation blanket is not damaged (torn,…

1988-1995 Toyota 4Runner Cylinder Head Removal and Installation

Procedure The Cylinder head bolts are tightened in three progressive steps: 1. Install cylinder head a. Place a new cylinder head gasket on the engine block and install cylinder head. b. Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and washer face of the cylinder head bolts. c. Install the plate washer to the cylinder head bolt. d. Using a 12–point socket, install and uniformly tighten the (8) 12–point bolts in several passes, in the…

2000 Jaguar S-Type Cylinder Head Gasket Removal And Installation

1. Install a new cylinder head gasket to the cylinder block face. 2. Install the cylinder head. 3. Install the cylinder head bolts, do not fully tighten.Stage 1 – tighten bolts in sequence, to 20 Nm.5. Stage 2 – tighten bolts in sequence, to 35 Nm.6. Stage 3 – tighten bolts in sequence by 90° …

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2006-2011 Cadillac CTS Cylinder Head Removal and Installation

1.Place cylinder head on a firm surface with check valves (1) facing up. Protect all cylinder head components and machined surfaces. 2.Using drill bit EN 46122-3, drill out top portion of check valve to expose internal check ball. 3.Remove check ball (1) and check ball spring (2) from inside of check valve. Continue drilling remainder of check valve sleeve to a depth of approximately 19 mm (0.75”) (a) by placing tape on drill bit as a depth…