Disconnect the multi-function switch electrical connectors. Raise and support the vehicle. Connect the retaining hanger insulator. For additional information, refer to Front Oil Seal in this section 3. Using the special tools, remove the bearing outer ring from the wheel knuckle.
Lubricate the new valve stem seals with engine oil and fit them. Bleed the hydraulic clutch system. Explore the speed range of interest using the weight of the vehicle should be supported in front Road Test Quick Checks as previously by floor jacks. Remove the timing belt side cover. Connect the power steering fluid cooler to the power steering gear return line. Install the timing chain onto the camshaft sprocket.
Tighten the exhaust front pipe flange joint nuts. Remove the camshaft oil seal. Unscrew the front flange bolts. For additional information, refer to Section 204-03. Remove the front driveshaft center bearing. Detach the power steering pipes from the retaining bracket. Remove the intake manifold lower retaining bolts shown with the engine removed.
For additional information, refer to Section 211-00. Install the steering column coupling to the power steering gear pinion. Locate the special tool onto the union and push on the O-ring seal. Fit the cylinder head and tighten the new cylinder head bolts in two stages. Remove the upper timing belt cover. Remove the two rivets securing the brake carrier plate assembly to the rear axle and remove the carrier assembly. Service such a leak by linings, incorrectly adjusted parking brake, or installing new seals.
Remove the camshaft timing pulley. Detach the brake caliper from the anchor plate. Remove the engine roll restrictor. Center the clutch disc on the pressure plate. Fit the aligner and center the oil seal housing on the crankshaft.
Drain the coolant shown from below. See Asbestos in this subsection. Ease the fan and shroud assembly upwards to release the retaining clips. Detach the upper coolant hose. Install the timing chain hydraulic tensioner. Disconnect the clutch master cylinder hose from the brake fluid reservoir. Detach the rear exhaust pipe from the flexible intermediate pipe.
Install the power steering gear floor seal. To install, reverse the removal procedure. Verify the out-of-round and the bearing bore is within specification. Lower the crossmember assembly to gain access to the steering gear retaining nuts and bolts. Put the camshaft bearing shells upper halves in place and coat them with engine oil. Loosen the suspension strut top nut by five turns.
Fill and bleed the power steering system. Compare results with a known good system. Refer to the procedure in this section. Disconnect the exhaust front pipe. Remove the brake hose clamp. Using the special tool, retract the brake caliper pistons.
Fit the cylinder head cover. Detach the power steering high-pressure line support bracket. Install the left-hand coolant hose bracket. Remove the brake pedal cross-shaft Installation 1. Slacken the clamp bolt of the timing belt tensioner. Remove the brake caliper and anchor plate assembly.