Throttle cable - adjustment, removal and refitting

The procedure is similar to that described in Part A of this Chapter for carburettor engines.

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    Camshafts and cam followers - removal, inspection and refitting
    Note: Once the timing chain has been removed from the camshaft sprockets, do not turn the crankshaft until the timing chain has been correctly refitted - this is to prevent contact between the val ...

    Rear suspension and final drive unit assembly (Saloon, Hatchback and Estate models) - removal and refitting
    Note: From May 1986, revised final drive unit rear mounting bolts have been used in production. Whenever the earlier type of bolts are removed, they should be discarded and the later type fitted. ...

    Hydraulic system - bleeding (conventional braking system)
    Note: On cars equipped with the Anti-lock Braking System, refer to Section 23. Warning: Hydraulic fluid is poisonous; wash off immediately and thoroughly in the case of skin contact, and seek imm ...