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At Classic Motorsports Group, we often receive calls from customers trying to solve driveline vibration problems they are experiencing with their vehicles. Vibrations can be very difficult to detect and eliminate, but if you follow a few basic detection procedures by process of elimination, you should be able to successfully isolate and solve the problem. Installing a Tremec overdrive transmission in your classic car is one of the best improvements you can make, but it sometimes changes the characteristics of how the engine’s power band reacts with the vehicle. This change is usually inconsequential in the first four gears but can be very noticeable in the overdrive gears. Your car has never traveled as fast at such a low rpm before, and this can sometimes bring out noises and/or vibrations caused by engine harmonics or an imbalance that you never experienced before the installation of your new Tremec transmission. The first step is to isolate where the vibration is coming from, how severe it is and whether it is a speed-related vibration or an RPMrelated vibration. RPM related vibrations: 1) With car stopped, the transmission in neutral, and your foot OFF of the clutch rev the engine gradually from idle to about 4000 rpm. This will tell you if the flywheel, pressure plate and disc are in balance. 2) With car stopped, the clutch fully depressed, and the transmission in gear rev the engine as in step 1. Doing this eliminates the clutch disc from rotating with the assembly. If you had a vibration in step 1 and not in step 2, the clutch disc is suspected to be the problem because it’s not turning in step 2. 3) If you have a vibration in step 1 and step 2, the problem could be the flywheel, pressure plate or disc. If the vibration is so severe it could shake the radio out of the dash, STOP THE ENGINE. You could have the wrong flywheel or one with incorrect counter balance weights. Contact us immediately and we will help you determine what the problem is. We try our absolute best to make sure that the correct parts are shipped with your kit, but sometimes shipping mistakes can happen. Also, early 350 Chevy and a 400 Chevy blocks with a two-piece rear main look exactly the same to most people. However, one is internally balanced and the other externally balanced. The flywheel flanges are the same and the wrong flywheel could easily be installed and cause a severe problem. If you don’t know what engine you have, ask someone you can trust before you order your kit. Most 1986+ engines with one-piece rear main seals are considered internally balanced; however, the flywheels have weights to take the place of the flange that was removed for the change to a one-piece seal. A neutrally balanced flywheel WILL cause ...
Safety Precautions General Safety Information WARNING: GUARDING AUXILIARY DRIVESHAFTS To prevent injury to yourself and /or damage to the equipment: • Read carefully all owners manuals, service manuals, and/or other instructions. • Always follow proper procedures and use proper tools and safety equipment. • Be sure to receive proper training. • Never work alone while under a vehicle or while repairing or maintaining equipment. • Always use proper components in applications for which they are approved. • Be sure to assemble components properly. • Never use worn-out or damaged components. • Always block any raised or moving device that may injure a person working on or under a vehicle. • Never operate the controls of the power take-off or other driven equipment from any position that could result in getting caught in the moving machinery. We strongly recommend that a power take-off and a directly mounted pump be used to eliminate the auxiliary driveshaft whenever possible. If an auxiliary driveshaft is used and remains exposed after installation, it is the responsibility of the vehicle designer and PTO installer to install a guard. WARNING: USING SET SCREWS Auxiliary driveshafts may be installed with either recessed or protruding set screws. If you choose a square head set screw, you should be aware that it will protrude above the hub of the yoke and may be a point where clothes, skin, hair, hands, etc. could be snagged. A socket head set screw, which may not protrude above the hub of the yoke, does not permit the same amount of torquing as does a square head set screw. Also a square head set screw, if used with a lock wire, will prevent loosening of the screw caused by vibration. Regardless of the choice made with respect to a set screw, an exposed rotating auxiliary driveshaft must be guarded. WARNING: THIS SYMBOL WARNS OF POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY. WARNING: ROTATING DRIVESHAFTS • Rotating auxiliary driveshafts are dangerous. You can snag clothes, skin, hair, hands, etc. This can cause serious injury or death. • Do not go under the vehicle when the engine is running. • Do not work on or near an exposed shaft when engine is running. • Shut off engine before working on power take-off or driven equipment. • Exposed rotating driveshafts must be guarded.
The RAAF has experienced several failures of the input bearing of the F/ A-18 AMAD (Aircraft Mounted Accessory Drive) gearbox. Two of these failures have resulted in inflight fires. Measurements of input housing vibration showed very high vibration levels on some aircraft, apparently due to unbalance in the driveshaft assembly. Subsequent measurement of drive-shaft motion confirmed synchronous forward whirl of the driveshaft. The driveshaft system appears to operate below its first critical speed, but there are indications that the first critical speed may not be far above running speed. There is no evidence of significant driveshaft system resonances during the operating speed range of idle to full military power. The unbalance appears to result primarily from clearances in the AMAD gearbox input shaft assembly. These clearances will bring about an initial unbalance of the assembly much greater than specified component tolerances. Partial alleviation of the high vibration has been brought about by rotation of the 19E215-1 driveshaft relative to the input power takeoff shaft assembly.
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he following accessories come with iPod nano: Apple EarPods Lightning to USB Cable Use the Lightning to USB Cable to connect iPod nano to your computer, sync content, and charge the battery. You can also use the cable with the Apple USB Power Adapter (sold separately). Use the Apple EarPods to listen to music, audiobooks, and podcasts. The EarPods also double as an antenna for listening to radio broadcasts. For information about using accessories with iPod nano, including optional headsets and Bluetooth® devices, see Chapter 12, EarPods and Bluetooth accessories, on page 52. The Home screen When you turn on iPod nano, you see the Home screen. Tap an icon on the Home screen to open it, then use gestures to navigate (see Using Multi-Touch on page 9). You’ll see these Home screen icons when you first turn on iPod nano: Music Provides quick access to your music and other audio content organized by playlists, artists, songs, and more. Videos Provides quick access to your movies and videos, organized by type. Fitness Opens the Fitness feature, where you can count your steps for walks or runs and track time, distance, pace, and calories burned for workouts. Podcasts Lists the podcasts synced from your iTunes library. Photos Displays the photos synced from your computer. Radio Opens the FM radio tuner, if EarPods or headphones are connected to iPod nano. Swipe left to see these additional icons on a second screen: Clock Settings Opens settings for iPod nano and many of its features. Audiobooks Opens the clock, stopwatch, and timer. Lists audiobooks synced from your iTunes library (it doesn’t appear if you have no audiobooks).
It’s somewhat ironic that Amarok has proved But the Amarok is also extremely smart, itself in the deserts of South America given uniting unmatched cross-country mobility that its name translates to “arctic wolf” in and efficiency in this segment. These the Inuit language. considerable attributes were foremost in the minds of the judges who awarded The Eskimo people of Northern Canada Amarok 4x4 Australia Magazine’s ‘Ute of and Greenland believe the mythical Amarok the Year 2011’. Volkswagen Amarok went to be the king of the wild. It is agile, powerful back to back and claimed the ‘Ute of the and robust. In other words, the Volkswagen Year 2012’ award, proving the Amarok’s Amarok is aptly named. Certainly, one part king status in the marketplace. of the Amarok’s personality is about being tough. After all, it is a world class ute 04 – The Amarok Range Built on a robust ladder frame chassis and created to match heavy-duty requirements. distinguished by the high standards of Volkswagen design, engineering and build smooth 8-speed automatic (on the TDI420 handling and grip characteristics for quality, this uncompromising ute is packed engine). The wide spread of transmission off-road situations. Huge space in the with clever technology beneath its svelte coat. ratios between first and top gear in the Amarok cabin (Dual Cab seats up to five And the wolf has a big heart – you can opt auto has the added advantage of providing and Single Cab seats two) is matched by for the spirited, efficient TSI300 engine or for greater fuel efficiency, along with brute enormous tray capacity. You can opt for a choose between three diesel engines – a power down low for towing and off-road use. dual cab ute which offers the largest tray in the class or a single cab ute with the capacity TDI340 turbo, a TDI400 Bi-turbo and a TDI420 Bi-turbo. All these engines have Of course, power without control is nothing to accommodate two Euro pallets back to outstanding torque and achieve equally and this is where the 4MOTION all-wheel back. Ride dynamics, a beautifully appointed notable fuel and CO2 efficiencies. Two drive system makes such a difference. In interior and a full suite of features at the transmissions are available – a beautifully this environment, you can step up the fingertips of the driver build an extremely balanced 6-speed manual (on TSI300, regular ABS and ESP settings by pressing compelling case for the Amarok range, TDI340 and TDI400 engines) and a silky an off-road button that optimises the which comprises four exciting trim levels. The Amarok Range – 05
The Amarok Range – Specifications Technical specifications Amarok Single Cab Engine TSI300 TDI340 TDI400 Type 4 Cylinders, DOHC, 16 Valve 4 Cylinders, DOHC, 16 Valve 4 Cylinders, DOHC, 16 Valve Capacity, litres/cc 2.0 / 1,984 2.0 / 1,968 2.0 / 1,968 Installation Longitudinal Longitudinal Longitudinal Bore x Stroke / Compression ratio 82.5 x 92.8 / 9.6:1 81.0 x 95.5 / 16.5:1 81.0 x 95.5 / 16.5:1 Construction materials Alloy head with cast iron block Alloy head with cast iron block Alloy head with cast iron block Maximum power, kW @ rpm 118 @ 3,750 103 @ 3,500 132 @ 4,000 Maximum torque, Nm @ rpm 300 @ 1,600 – 3,750 340 @ 1,600 – 2,250 400 @ 1,500 – 2,250 Induction type Single Turbocharger Single Turbocharger Bi-Turbochargers Emissions standard Euro 4 Euro 5* with Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) Euro 5* with Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) Intercooled Yes Yes Yes Transmission – manual 6 Speed 6 Speed 6 Speed Driven wheels Rear Wheel Drive Rear Wheel Drive 4MOTION - Selectable Battery 450 Amp 95Ah 450 Amp 95Ah 450 Amp 95Ah Wheels Steel 16" x 6.5J Steel 16" x 6.5J Steel 16" x 6.5J Tyres 205 R16 C 110/108T 205 R16 C 110/108T 205 R16 C 110/108T Fuel type Petrol Diesel Diesel Fuel system Direct Injection Common Rail Direct Injection Common Rail Direct Injection Fuel tank capacity, litres 80 80 80 Comb / Urban / Ex Urban • CO2 Comb / Urban / Ex Urban • CO2 Comb / Urban / Ex Urban • CO2 Manual, litre/100km • CO2 9.5 / 12.6 / 7.8 • 226 7.3 / 9.1 / 6.4 • 192 7.8 / 9.6 / 6.9 • 206 Wheels and Tyres Fuel consumption and performance * Emission level according to European Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007 and Regulation (EC) No. 692/2008. The information and the specifications contained within this document were correct at the time of issue. Due to our continuous process of improvement our products are continually updated and changes may be made to the specifications from time to time. Not all vehicles or options may be available. Check at time of ordering.
RECOGNIZE SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS What You Need to Know About Safety Instructions Warning and Important Safety Instructions appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense, caution and care must be exercised when assembling or using this product. This is a safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death. GENERAL PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Lift Cars, Pick-Ups, RV’s & SUV’s Up To 4,000 Lbs Max. Capacity Minimum Height Requirement: 5"" Maximum Lift: 12" Quick Release Valve 360° Swivel Saddle 15" Wheel Base Heavy Gauge Reinforced Steel Frames Two Rear 360° Swivel Ball Bearing Caster Wheels For Easy Maneuverability PACKAGE CONTENTS • Floor Jack • Handle PARTS LIST 1 Spindle 2 Tension Spring 3 Hydraulic Unit Assembly 4 Caster Wheel 5 Lift Arm Assembly 6 Side Member Assembly Right 7 Front Wheel 8 Saddle 9 Cover Plate 10 Handle Base Assembly FJ2 2 Ton Trolley Floor Jack Assembly & Operating Instructions 2 Keep your work area clean and well lit. Cluttered and dark work areas may cause accidents or injury. Keep bystanders, children and visitors away while operating the tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control. Do not force tool. Use the correct tool for your application. The correct tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it is designed. Store idle tools out of reach of children and other untrained persons. Tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users. All work areas should be clean and well lit. Accidents are more likely to occur in poorly lit and cluttered areas. Keep children, and other distractions at a distance while operating tools. Use common sense while operating this power tool. Do not use this tool if you are: • Feeling tired or are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. • Wearing loose clothing or jewelry. Keep long hair pulled back and away from moving parts. • Overreaching or have improper footing. Handling the tool in this way could cause serious injury. ASSEMBLY This is a lifting device only. Do not use it for anything other than it’s intended purpose. Load must be supported by proper rated capacity jack stands under the vehicle before starting inspection or work. Do not overload. Jack capacity is 2 tons. Never stand or place your body beneath the load being lifted. Never attempt to exceed the limits of the floor jack. Applying excessive force to the tool can overload the jack, decrease the life and increase the wear on the jack. BEFORE USE During shipment or handling, air in jack can become trapped in the hydraulic system, causing jack to malfunction. To release air from the hydraulic system: 1. Turn release valve counter-clockwise with handle no more than two full turns. 2. Remove oil fill plug. 3. Pump jack handle quickly in several full strokes. 4. Repeat above steps as needed. Remember to replace oil fill plug. FJ2 2 Ton Trolley Floor Jack Assembly & Operating Instructions
Installation tips – changing timing belts Described using the Renault Clio II 1.6 16V engine code K4M 748 as an example Renault installs a large number of the Clio II 1.6 16V engine, with differing engine displacement, in their vehicles. When the timing belts are changed, critical mistakes are made again and again that have a negative effect on the belt drive. To ensure that changing the belts goes smoothly, ContiTech Power Transmission Group is providing mechanics with a detailed list of installation tips. Step by step, ContiTech experts explain how to replace belts correctly. When the timing belts are changed, the tension pulley, the guide pulley and the water pump should be replaced, too. Renault recommends a belt change every 100,000 km for all models up to 1999, and every 120,000 km for all later models, or for low mileages. In order to do this, mechanics require a crankshaft locking pin, Renault tool code MOT1489, and a camshaft alignment ruler, Renault tool code MOT1496. The working time is for the Clio about 2.7, for the Mégane 3.6, for the Mégane Scénic 3.9 and for the Laguna 2.5 hours. Preparatory work: Identify the vehicle using the engine code on the engine block (Fig. 1). Disconnect the vehicle's battery.
Parrot UNIKA for Renault cars Parrot UNIKA is a universal interface that allows you to control the Parrot MKi9000/MKi9100/ MKi9200 directly with the OEM steering wheel commands. Parrot UNIKA can work with car protocols such as CAN, KBUS or resistive systems. Before installing the Unika, make sure you have the latest software update on your Parrot MKi. If you have a Parrot MKi9100, make sure you also have the 3.1 display version. To do so, select Settings > Advanced settings > Information. Installation Compatibility Car models Renault Clio: > 2006 Renault Laguna: > 2006 Renault Modus: > 2008 Parrot reference For Parrot MKi9000 / MKi9100 / MKi9200 Parrot UNIKA : PI090020AA Renault Grand Espace 4: > 2006 Renault Scénic II > 2006 Renault Megane >2006 Installation Installation of We recommend you to install the Parrot MKi before installing the the Parrot MKi UNIKA. Make sure the installation is correctly performed by checking if the «Good bye» message is displayed when you turn off the ignition. ► Refer to the documentation of your Parrot MKi for more information. Selecting the protocol Use the DIP switches located on one side of the UNIKA to select the protocol (resistive or CAN Bus / KBus) on which the vehicle is based. Warning: Make sure the UNIKA is not powered before selecting the protocol. For your car set the DIP this way. Power supply The power supply for the UNIKA interface is taken from the power cable of the Parrot MKi. It is important to follow the color code of the power cable wires: the red wire of the kit’s cable corresponds to the permanent 12V supply; the orange wire corresponds to the ignition 12V ; the black wire is for ground ; the yellow wire corresponds to the Parrot mute output. Warning : Connect the ignition to the Parrot car kit if the vehicle is based on a resistive or a K-Bus protocol. Don’t connect the ignition if the vehicle is based on a CAN protocol. On some vehicles, the 12V power wires may be reversed, in which case you must reverse the red and orange wires of the hands-free kit’s power supply. This can easily be done by reversing the two fuse holders on the kit’s power cable. 12V ignition is provided by CAN protocol