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Step One: Locate the left and right lower support brackets. Remove the tow hook bar (if equipped) and locate the two outermost holes in the front of frame as shown in fig.#1. For vehicles not equipped with tow hooks, the front plastic filler panel must be removed. Place the brackets into position and secure with the factory bolt and 3/8 hardware as shown in Fig.1. (or) Fig 2. Repeat this process for the other side. Vehicles without factory tow hooks require two 3/8 nuts, bolts, washers per side. (included in kit) Do NOT fully tighten at this time. Step Two: Loosely attach the Grille Saver to the lower support brackets with the 3/8 hardware as shown in Fig.2-3 Step Three: After checking for proper clearance and alignment of the Grille Guard on the vehicle fully tighten all hardware. Please take care when assembling and installing this product to protect the finish and your investment. To protect your investment, wax this product after installing. Regular waxing is recommended. Do not use any type of polish or wax that contains abrasive that could damage the finish.
Starting at the underside of the front bumper, carefully remove the plastic splash guard. NOTE: Depending on the model of truck, the splash guard may be attached to the bottom of the truck with hex bolts and several two-piece plastic push-in clips. NOTE: Pay close attention to the type and location of all factory hardware for reinstallation. First, remove all hex bolts then locate the clips behind the bumper cover, (Figure 1A). Pry up on the center pin of the clip with a small flat blade screwdriver and remove the entire clip, (Figure 1B). The splash guard may also be attached to the bumper cover with rivets or hex bolts at the corners. NOTE: If the splash guard is fastened with rivets, first remove all of the other fasteners from the splash guard. Hold the bumper cover in place and firmly pull the splash guard from each rivet. Remove the rivets from the bumper cover and move the splash guard to a clean stable work area. 3. From underneath the front of the vehicle, determine if the truck is equipped with or without tow hooks. For models without tow hooks: A. Select one of the Upper Frame Brackets and the driver side Lower Frame Mounting Bracket. Bolt the two together with (2) 12mm Flat Washers, (2) 12mm Lock Washers and (2) 12mm Hex
1) Remove contents from box and check for damaged parts. Verify all parts are present, making sure to read and understand instructions before install. 2) Locate (8) factory holes on inside body panel. Remove black tape covering holes 2,3,6, & 7 on Quad Cabs and holes 2, 3 & 4 on Reg Cabs. Fig 1 Install frame lock bolts into factory locations. Fig 2 Thread square plastic washers on frame lock bolts to hold them in place.Fig 2a 3) QUAD CAB - Brackets that go in hole #2 will have (1) notch at the top of the bracket . Brackets that go in to holes #3 & #6 will have (2) notches at the top of the bracket. Bracket at hole #7 will have (4) notches at the top of the bracket. Fig 3 REG CAB - Brackets that go in hole #2 will have (1) notch at the top of the bracket . Brackets that go in to holes #3 & #4 will have (2) notches at the top. 4) Place brackets to thier speciﬁc locations on the frame lock bolts and fasten with 3/8” ﬂange nut through hole “A”. Hand tighten at this time . Fig 3 5) Push brackets ﬁrmly to inside body panel and mark the center of holes “B” to pinchweld with marker or paint pen. 6) Remove brackets from frame lock bolts to prepare pinchweld for drilling. 7) Drill a 3/8” hole into the points you have marked along the pinchweld. 8) Place brackets back to thier speciﬁc locations on the frame lock bolts and fasten with 3/8” ﬂange nut and tighten. Place 5/6” hex bolt and ﬂat washer through pinchweld and hole “B” of bracket and fasten with 5/16” ﬂange nut and tighten. Fig 3 9) Repeat process for all brackets on passenger side.
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The crankshaft is precision-forged with seven main bearings and eight custom-forged counter weights, and a vibration damper at the front end. For an exploded view of the crankshaft, main bearings, and main bearing caps, see Figure 1-42. 1. Crankshaft 5. Lower Bearing Shell (center) 2. Upper Bearing Shell(s) 6. Main Bearing Cap(s) 3. Upper Bearing Shell (center) 7. Main Bearing Cap (center) 4. Lower Bearing Shell(s) 8. Main Bearing Cap Bolt Figure 1-42 Crankshaft, Main Bearings, and Main Bearing Caps All information subject to change without notice. (Rev. 3/04) 6SE412 0403 Copyright © 2006 DETROIT DIESEL CORPORATION From Bulletin 1–MBE4000–06 1-57 1.9 CRANKSHAFT ASSEMBLY 1.9.1 Crankshaft Removal Remove the crankshaft as follows: FALLING ENGINE To avoid injury from a falling engine, an adequate lifting device with a spreader bar and sling should be used to lift the engine. The sling and spreader bar should be adjusted so the lifting hooks are vertical to prevent bending the lifter brackets. To ensure proper weight distribution, all provided lifter brackets must be used. NOTICE: A spreader bar must be used at all times in conjunction with the front and rear lifter brackets to lift the EGR engine to ensure that no engine damage will result. The brackets are designed to lift vertically. 1. Remove the engine from the vehicle.
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AUTOMATIC FWD MODELS REMOVAL 1) Remove battery and battery tray. On 3000GT, remove undercover(s). On Eclipse turbo, drain and remove intercooler. On all models, remove air cleaner and case. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheels. Disconnect control cables at transaxle. Drain transaxle fluid. 2) On Mirage 1.6L, disconnect tension rod. On all models, disconnect neutral safety switch connector, oil cooler hoses and electrical connectors from transaxle. Disconnect speedometer cable and throttle control cable (if equipped). Remove starter motor. 3) On Galant models with electronically controlled suspension, remove air compressor and bracket. Disconnect front height sensor rod at lower control arm. 4) On all models, remove upper transaxle-to-engine bolts. Remove engine undercover (if equipped). On all models, remove drive axle shafts. See FWD AXLE SHAFTS article in DRIVE AXLES. Separate lower control arms from struts for access to axle shafts (if necessary). 5) Remove front exhaust pipe (if necessary). On Eclipse 4WD, Galant 4WD and 3000GT, remove right member and gusset. On 4WD models, separate transfer assembly from transaxle. Reference mark transfer assembly-to-drive shaft and remove transfer assembly. 6) On all models, remove transmission inspection (dust) cover. Place index mark on torque converter and drive plate for reassembly reference. Remove torque converter-to-drive plate bolts. Push torque converter away from engine into transaxle. 7) Support transaxle with jack. Remove transaxle mounts bolts, mounting brackets and remaining transaxle-to-engine bolts. Slide transaxle assembly to right and lower to remove. CAUTION: Ensure torque converter is fully seated in transaxle before installation. Always install new snap rings on inner constant velocity joints.
Booster W/Master Cyl. Power Brake Booster w/Master Cylinder • Speciﬁc ﬁt applications available in beautiful chrome plated or gold zinc ﬁnishes • 1” and 1-1/8” master cylinder bores work with disc/ disc, disc/drum, and drum/drum brake set-ups • Single and dual diaphragm styles available in 7”, 8”, 9” and 11” diameters to ﬁt virtually all hot rods, customs and muscle cars • 100% all new components - and every unit is vacuum tested to insure reliability • Works with many stock mounting bracket set-ups and with Tuff Stuff bracket kits on page 36 GM A & F Body 2126NA GM A & F Body 1964 - 66 Style 2126N 9” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 studs Master Cylinder Chrome Gold Zinc 1-1/8” 2126NA 2126NB 2020 Dual reservoir GM A & F Body Bore 2071 Single reservoir 1” 2126NA-1 2126NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 1” 2126NA-2 2126NB-2 7-1/8 long pedal rod, 1-1/2" vertical mounting hole spacing GM A & F Body 1966 - 72 2127NA Style 2127N 11” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 stud Master Cylinder Bore Chrome Gold Zinc 2071 Dual reservoir 1-1/8” 2127NA 2127NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2127NA-1 2127NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 1” 2127NA-2 2127NB-2 Nova Chevy Nova 1962 - 67 Style 2133N 9” Single Diaphragm Booster Combo, 3/8”-16 studs Master Cylinder Chrome Gold Zinc 2071 Dual reservoir 1-1/8” 2133NA 2133NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2133NA-1 2133NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 2133NA Bore 1” 2133NA-2 2133NB-2 3 Mounting studs GM Truck 1973 - 92 GM Truck Style 2132N 11” Dual Diaphragm Booster Combo, 10x1.5 metric Master Cylinder Gold Zinc 1”-1/8” 2132NA 2132NB 2020 Dual reservoir 1” 2132NA-1 2132NB-1 2018 Dual reservoir 30 Chrome 2071 Single reservoir 2132NA Bore 1” 2132NA-2 2132NB-2 3/8-16 Pedal rod length 1-800-331-6562 Booster W/Master Cyl. Power Brake Booster w/Master Cylinder • Speciﬁc ﬁt applications available in beautiful chrome plated or gold zinc ﬁnishes • 1” and 1-1/8” master cylinder bores work with disc/ disc, disc/drum, and drum/drum brake set-ups • Single and dual diaphragm styles available in 7”, 8”, 9” and 11” diameters to ﬁt virtually all hot rods, customs and muscle cars • 100% all new components - and every unit is vacuum tested to insure reliability • Works with many stock mounting bracket set-ups and with Tuff Stuff bracket kits on page 36 ...
Low brake pedal, DTC stored in ECBM. Owners of a slew of 2009-13 GM cars and light trucks (complete application list below) may complain that their brake pedal feels very low or sinks to the floor on brake application. Upon scanning the brake system, you may find DTC C027B logged in the ECBM. One likely cause of the trouble, reports GM, is a small vacuum leak between the master cylinder and the brake booster. A missing or dislodged O-ring is the source of the leakage. The illustration at right shows a typical GM master cylinder/brake booster arrangement. The O-ring should fit over the raised area on the cylinder and into a small groove in the booster, as shown. So what causes the O-ring to dislodge or go missing? Removing the master cylinder without pumping the brake pedal several times to exhaust the vacuum in the booster. This typically occurs, says GM, when the cylinder is disconnected and moved aside to get to another component for repair. Repositioning or installing a new O-ring should eliminate the vacuum leak and subsequent pedal issues. Vehicles that are prone to the trouble are 2009-12 Chevy Colorados and GMC Canyons; 2009-13 Cadillac CTS & SRX models, Chevy Corvettes, Impalas, Malibus, Traverses and GMC Acadias; 2010-12 Buick LaCrosse models; 2010-13 Chevy Camaros & Equinoxes and GMC Terrains; 201113 Buick Regal and Chevy Cruze models; 2012 Chevy Captiva Sports;...
Human interference with the climate system is occurring,1 and climate change poses risks for human and natural systems (Figure SPM.1). The assessment of impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability in the Working Group II contribution to the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (WGII AR5) evaluates how patterns of risks and potential benefits are shifting due to climate change. It considers how impacts and risks related to climate change can be reduced and managed through adaptation and mitigation. The report assesses needs, options, opportunities, constraints, resilience, limits, and other aspects associated with adaptation. Climate change involves complex interactions and changing likelihoods of diverse impacts. A focus on risk, which is new in this report, supports decision-making in the context of climate change, and complements other elements of the report. People and societies may perceive or rank risks and potential benefits differently, given diverse values and goals. Compared to past WGII reports, the WGII AR5 assesses a substantially larger knowledge base of relevant scientific, technical, and socioeconomic literature. Increased literature has facilitated comprehensive assessment across a broader set of topics and sectors, with expanded coverage of human systems, adaptation, and the ocean. See Background Box SPM.1.2 Section A of this summary characterizes observed impacts, vulnerability and exposure, and adaptive responses to date. Section B examines future risks and potential benefits. Section C considers principles for effective adaptation and the broader interactions among adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development. Background Box SPM.2 defines central concepts, and Background Box SPM.3 introduces terms used to convey the degree of certainty in key findings. Chapter references in brackets and in footnotes indicate support for findings, figures, and tables. Figure SPM.1: Illustration of the core concepts of the WGII AR5. Risk of climate-related impacts results from the interaction of climate-related hazards (including hazardous events and trends) with the vulnerability and exposure of human and natural systems. Changes in both the climate system (left) and socioeconomic processes including adaptation and mitigation (right) are drivers of hazards, exposure, and vulnerability. [19.2, Figure 19-1]...