Major operations possible with the engine in the vehicle

The following operations can be carried out without removing the engine from the vehicle: a) Removal of the camshafts.

b) Removal and servicing of the cylinder head c) Removal of the timing chain and sprockets.

d) Removal of the oil pump.

e) Removal of the sump.

f) Removal of the pistons and connecting rods.

g) Removal of the big-end bearings.

h) Removal of the engine mountings i) Removal of the clutch and flywheel.

j) Removal of the crankshaft front and rear oil seals.

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    Engine/transmission - reconnection and installation
    1 This is a direct reversal of removal and separation from the transmission. Take care not to damage the radiator or front wings during installation. Reconnection 2 Reconnection of the engine and ...