Uncover the rechargeable battery.
Disconnect a negative wire from the rechargeable battery.
Merge cooling liquid from the engine.
Remove the following elements:
– forward wheel (right);
– lower cover and mudguard (right);
– knot of the air filter;
– ignition coils;
|Fig. 2.252. Gas distribution mechanism drive chain components: 1 – cover of a head of the block of cylinders; 2 – bolt of fastening of a pulley of a bent shaft; 3 – pulley of a bent shaft; 4 – tension pulley; 5 – automatic natyazhitel of a driving belt; 6 – engine No. 3 support; 7 – tube of the control probe of level of oil; 8 – forward cover of the engine; 9 – natyazhitel of a chain; 10 – lever of a natyazhitel of a chain; 11 – sending to a chain; 12 – gas distribution mechanism drive chain; 13 – asterisk of a bent shaft; 14 – spline
– driving belt;
– the pump of the hydraulic booster of steering without detachment of an oil hose and an oil pipeline.
Fix the pump of the hydraulic booster of steering by a rope in the situation which is not preventing service.
Remove a tank of cooling liquid and the amplifier of steering with the connected hoses and pipelines.
Remove the generator.
Remove the pump of cooling liquid
Remove an accelerator rope arm (from a body)
Disconnect a grounding wire (an engine No. 3 support)
Disconnect the following elements:
– ventilation hose;
– a plait of wires of the operating oil valve;
– socket of the sensor of position of the crankshaft.
Uncover a head of the block of cylinders.
Record a pulley of a bent shaft, using special devices and remove a bolt of fastening of a pulley of a bent shaft (fig. 2.253)
Remove a pulley of a bent shaft, a tension pulley and an automatic natyazhitel of a driving belt.
|Fig. 2.254. A motor jack for fixing of the engine before removal of a support No. 3
Fix the engine, using a motor jack and the extra and remove a support No. 3 (fig. 2.254)
Pick up the phone of the control probe of level of oil.
Remove a forward cover of the engine.
Remove a forward epiploon, using the screw-driver with flat shliyets (fig. 2.255)