Honda Accord

1998-1999 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Honda Chord
+ Cars of the Honda Accord brand
+ Settings and routine maintenance
- Engine
   + Four-cylinder engines
   + V6 Engines
   - General and capital repairs of the engine
      Check of pressure of oil
      Check of compression pressure in cylinders
      Diagnostics of a condition of the engine with use of the vacuum gage
      Removal of the power unit from the car - preparation and precautionary measures
      Removal and installation of the engine
      Alternative versions of schemes of recovery repair of the engine
      Order of dismantling of the engine by preparation it to capital repairs
      Dismantling of a head of cylinders
      Cleaning and check of a condition of a head of cylinders
      Service of valves
      Assembly of a head of cylinders
      Removal and check of a condition of balancing shaft (4-cylinder engines)
      Removal of shatunno-piston assemblies
      Removal of a cranked shaft
      Cleaning of the block of the engine
      Check of a condition of the block of the engine
      Honingovaniye of mirrors of cylinders
      Check of a condition of components of shatunno-piston group
      Check of a condition of a cranked shaft
      Check of a state and selection of inserts of radical and shatunny bearings of a cranked shaft
      Engine assembly order
      Installation of piston rings
      Installation of a cranked shaft and check of working gaps of radical bearings
      Installation of a back epiploon of a cranked shaft
      Installation of shatunno-piston assemblies and check of size of working gaps in shatunny bearings of a cranked shaft
      Installation of balancing shaft (four-cylinder engines)
      Trial start and running in of the engine after capital repairs
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Electric equipment of the engine
+ Engine management
+ gear shifting Box
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment
+ Schemes of electric equipment





Dismantling of a head of cylinders

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

The new or restored head of cylinders can always be ordered in a workshop of car service or in a warehouse firm service center of the company manufacturer of the car. In view of need of use during dismantling and check of a condition of a head of some special tools, authors of this manual consider that to the amateur mechanic more simply and cheaper will be to get a replaceable head, than to be got involved in rather difficult recovery repair of the worn-out.

Right after removal of a head take an oil dispersion jet(s) from the engine block, clean it (them) and put in a separate plastic bag.

1. Dismantling of a head of cylinders demands preliminary dismantle of the valvate mechanism (inlet and final valves with the accompanying components). It is meant that yokes and a camshaft(s) are already taken from a head.

2. By means of the special tool squeeze springs of the first valve and take from a flute on a core crackers of the cutting lock of a plate. Carefully release the tool and remove from the valve a plate of springs, springs and their saddle (depending on a complete set).

3. Put the removed components of valvate assemblies in accurately numbered separate plastic bag.

4. Further, take the valve from a head of cylinders and remove a maslootrazhatelny cap from the directing plug. If there is a jamming of the valve in the directing plug, push it back in a head and an oselok or a file with small tooth accurately smooth out edges of a flute under installation of crackers.

5. Working in a similar manner, remove the remained valvate assemblies. Put the removed components of each of valves in the separate, equipped with the corresponding label package, - at assembly each detail has to be established strictly on the former place.
6. After all components of the valvate mechanism are taken and put in an organized order, it is possible to start performance of procedures of cleaning and check of a condition of a head (at full-scale recovery repair of the engine before finish its dismantling).