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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93011 Visit our Web site at http://www.harborfreight.com Copyright © 2003 by Harbor Freight Tools®. All rights reserved. No portion of this manual or any artwork contained herein may be reproduced in any shape or form without the express written consent of Harbor Freight Tools. For technical questions and replacement parts, please call 1-800-444-3353 Specifications Engine Stand Capacity Assembled Dimensions Face Plate Size Weight Rotation 750 Lbs. Dead Weight 38” L x 37” W x 34” H 5/16” Th. x 10-1/8 “W x 6”H 54.55 Lbs. 360o Save This Manual You will need the manual for the safety warnings and precautions, assembly instructions, operating and maintenance procedures, parts list and diagram. Keep your invoice with this manual. Write the invoice number on the inside of the front cover. Keep the manual and invoice in a safe and dry place for future reference. Safety Warnings and Precautions WARNING: When using the Stand, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of personal injury and damage to equipment. Read all instructions before using this Stand! 1. Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas invite injuries. 2. Observe work area conditions. Don’t expose to rain. Keep work area well lighted. 3. Keep children away. Children must never be allowed in the work area. Do not let them handle, ride on, or be in close proximity of the Stand. 4. Store idle equipment. When not in use, the Stand must be stored in a dry location to inhibit rust. Always keep the Stand out of reach of children. 5. Use the right tool for the job. Do not attempt to force a small Stand to do the work of a larger industrial Stand. There are certain applications for which this Stand was designed. It will do the job better and more safely at the rate for which it was intended. Do not modify this Stand and do not use this Stand for a purpose for which it was not intended. 6. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry as they can be caught in moving parts. Protective, electrically non-conductive clothes and non-skid footwear are recommended when working. Wear restrictive hair covering to contain long hair. 7. Use eye protection. Always wear ANSI approved impact safety goggles. 8. Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Do not reach over or across running machines. 9. Maintain products with care. Keep the Stand clean for better and safer performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. The handle must be kept clean, dry, and free from oil and grease at all times. ...
Ford EFI Engine Lift Plate Safety Guidelines The installation begins with common sense! It is highly recommended that you support the vehicle with four heavy duty jack stands. ALWAYS use an engine hoist specifically designed for this procedure. The vehicle should be positioned on a hard, flat and level surface (asphalt in the summer can be very dangerous). NEVER use a bumper or scissor jack for the support of your vehicle! ALWAYS use safety glasses. Allow the engine and transmission to cool before disassembly. Instructions 1. If you are unfamiliar with the vehicle wiring, fuel connections, coolant or vacuum hose routing, it is always advisable to mark each connection before removal. 2. Always make sure the engine is cold and relieve fuel pressure to minimize the possibility of personal injury or vehicle damage. Use caution in removing electrical connections due to the sensitive nature of most locking style connectors. 3. Remove the coolant hoses, fuel lines, inlet ducting, throttle cable/linkage, vacuum hoses and wiring from the alternator, battery, distributor, gauge sending units, injectors, starter and throttle body. 4. Remove the 6 or 8 (varies by intake design) upper to lower intake manifold bolts. 5. Carefully remove the upper intake from the lower. In some cases the upper may be heavy and may require some maneuvering. 6. With the alignment tab facing the front of the engine, attach the lift plate using the hardware included and tighten the bolts to 12-18 lb ft. 7. Attach the engine hoist lift using one of three holes in the plate to achieve the proper lifting point and tilt angle to the engine assembly for removal making sure that all hooks, bolts, pins etc. are secure before placing tension on the chain assembly. 8. Remove the driveshaft and insert a plug or extra yoke on the output shaft of the transmission to prevent fluid leakage. Secure to prevent the unit from becoming disengaged during the removal process. 9. Remove the remainder of the bolts from the exhaust, motor mounts, driveshaft and transmission crossmember. 10. Always utilize a helper when attempting engine removal for your own personal safety and ease of removal. 1-800-345-4545 jegs.com
This manual has been prepared as an introduction to the specifications, features, construction, functions, etc. of the newly developed 3000GT. Please read this manual carefully so that it will be of assistance for your service and sales activities. Please note that the following service manuals are also available and should be used in conjunction with this manual. All information, illustrations and product descriptions contained in this manual are current as at the time of publication. We, however, reserve the right to make changes at any time without prior notice or obligation. MODEL INDICATIONS The following abbreviations are used in this manual for classification of model types. M/T: Indicates the manual transmission, or models equipped with the manual transmission. MPI: Indicates the multi-point injection, or engines equipped with the multi-point injection. 4WD: Indicates the 4 wheel-drive vehicles. DOHC: Indicates an engine with the double overhead camshaft, or a model equipped with such an engine. INDICATION OF DESTINATION Europe, General Export, Australia, New Zealand and GCC used for convenience to indicate destination. NOTE 1. "General Export" means territories other than Europe, Australia, New Zealand, GCC, the U.S.A. and Canada. 2. "GCC" means member of the Gulf Cooperation Council nation. 3. In some instances, vehicles with other specifications may be shipped to some countries. GENERAL - How to Use This Manual EXPLANATION OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS The symbols used in circuit diagrams are used as described below. NOTE For detailed information concerning the reading of circuit diagrams, refer to the separate manual of "ELECTRICAL WIRING".
1993 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Chrysler Corp./Mitsubishi On-Vehicle Adjustments Dodge; Stealth Mitsubishi; Diamante, 3000GT ENGINE MECHANICAL Before performing any on-vehicle adjustments to fuel or ignition system, ensure engine mechanical condition is okay. VALVE CLEARANCE NOTE: Diamante, Stealth and 3000GT models use hydraulic lash adjusters, valve adjustment is not necessary. CHECKING HYDRAULIC VALVE LIFTERS 1) Warm engine to normal operating temperature. Remove valve cover. Position cylinder No. 1 at TDC on compression stroke. Check intake rockers on cylinders No. 1 and 2. Check exhaust rockers on cylinders No. 1 and 3. 2) Push downward on end of rocker arm above lash adjuster. Rotate crankshaft 360 degrees and check intake rockers on cylinders No. 3 and 4. Check exhaust rockers on cylinders No. 2 and 4. If lash adjuster is normal, it will feel solid. 3) If lash adjuster moves downward easily when pushed, replace adjuster. If lash adjuster feels soft or spongy, air has probably entered lash adjuster. If this occurs, check engine oil level. If engine oil level is okay, check oil screen and oil screen gasket for damage. 4) After repairing cause of air leak, warm engine to operating temperature. Drive vehicle at low speed for approximately 5 minutes. Turn engine off for a few minutes. 5) Restart engine and drive at low speed for approximately 5 minutes. Repeat this step several times for about one hour. This helps remove air from engine oil. IGNITION TIMING NOTE: Perform all adjustments with engine at normal operating temperature, cooling fan and accessories off, transmission in Park or Neutral, and front wheels in straight-ahead position. NOTE: Adjustment of ignition timing cannot be performed on vehicles equipped with Distributorless Ignition Systems (DIS). If ignition timing is not within specification, see CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR in I - SYS/COMP TESTS article in this section. 1) Locate ignition timing adjustment connector. See IGNITION TIMING ADJUSTMENT CONNECTOR LOCATION table. Connect jumper wire between ignition timing adjustment connector and ground. Check ignition basic timing. 2) If ignition basic timing is not within specification, loosen distributor and rotate to adjust timing if necessary. See IGNITION TIMING SPECIFICATIONS table. Remove jumper wire from ignition timing adjustment connector. IGNITION TIMING SPECIFICATIONS TABLE (Degrees BTDC @ RPM)
This book was translated from the original Japanese language service manual published by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation of Japan. Translation was performed by volunteers from 3000GT/Stealth International, an owners and enthusiast group focused on the Mitsubishi 3000GT, Dodge Stealth and Mitsubishi GTO. Great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this manual, but errors may still be possible due to the nature of the translation. Therefore, this manual is presented as a guide only, and repair procedures should not be undertaken by unskilled individuals who do not posess a thorough understanding of the subject material. The authors of this manual will not be held responsible for any personal injury or damage to property incurred while performing the procedures described within. All tasks in this manual are undertaken at your own risk. This book covers the Getrag W5MG1 and W6MG1 all-wheel drive manual transaxles found in the following models: 1991 - 1996 Dodge Stealth RlT Turbo 1991 - 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 1990 - 1999 Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo This book would not be possible without the contributions of the following people: Translation, and layout Jeff VanOrsdal Additional Translation Frank Chen, Kotaru Yamaguchi, Corumisri Technical Assistance Bret Brinkmann Jeff Lucius Financial assistance Many generous members of 3000GT I Stealth International Visit 3000GT I Stealth International on the web at www.3si.org This book explains the main service points regarding the transmission itself. However, please utilize the relevant service manual for the car model and year in question when concerns arise regarding onboard inspection and service. Symbols for lubricants, sealants and adhesives Information concerning the locations of lubricarion and for application of sealants and adhesives is provided, by using symbols, in the diagram of component parts or on the page following the component parts page. 4IiN ................. Grease (multipurpose unless there Important points (1) Component diagrams are published at the beginning of each section so that you may more easily visualize the assembled state of the component or su b-assembly. (2) Numbered service procedures are displayed in the component diagrams along with indications of non-reusable parts and torque specifications. (3) Main service points and maintenance points are explained in detail, along with usage and descriptions of special tools.
This Service Manual has been prepared with the latest service information available at the time of publication. It is subdivided into various group categories and each section contains diagnossis, disassembly, repair, and installation procedures along with complete specifications and tightening references. Use of this manual will aid in properly performing any servicing necessary to maintain or restore the high levels of performance and reliability designed into these outstanding vehicles. For information concerning all components other than the electrical system and on-vehicle service procedures for engines and transmissions, refer to Volume 1 “Chassis & Body” of this paired Service Manual. For overhaul procedures of engines or transmission, refer to the separately issued Engine Service Manual or Manual/ Automatic Transmission Service Manual.
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 ...
Vibration Diagnostics S tart 1 Gather Info When did vibration start? Where is vibration felt? What road conditions? Under load or high torque conditions? During acceleration/deceleration? Speed dependent? RPM dependent? Noise? Suspension modified recently? Lube clean and at proper level? 2 Important: Use factory service manuals and procedures and refer to all applicable safety precautions when servicing vehicles. This document is intended to assist with drivetrain vibration diagnosis. It does not guarantee an immediate solution nor does it guarantee warranty responsibility or reimbursement. Refer to Roadranger.com for Product Warranty Statements, Warranty Manual, and Warranty Guidelines. 6 Vibrations While Stationary Previous work on clutch or engine Y es In the road test in Step 2, the vehicle was run up to the suspected RPM and the transmission shift lever was placed in neutral. No Y es No If clutch work recently done, problem could be related to the clutch. Verify proper clutch was installed. If engine work recently done, problem could be related to the engine. Contact your engine distributor.
LOW SPEED VIBRATION AND DRIVE SHAFT ANGLES Cardan (cross) type universal joint operation is typically designed to be in a range of 1 to 3°, figure 1. A cardan type joint can operate for short periods of time at angles up to approximately eight degrees. Angles that are not within the desired range will cause drive line vibration and significantly shorten the life of the universal joint. Vibration that is created by incorrect u-joint angles is usually most noticeable at low speeds, under 40 mph., under load or acceleration. If a problem with u-joint angle is suspected perform the following basic inspection procedures. 1. Rotate the drive shaft to check for binding, or misalignment of the cross or bearing cups. 2. Check that all surfaces are clean. 3. Check the condition of the motor and transmission mounts. Broken mounts are a frequent cause of drive shaft vibration and are often overlooked. If these conditions are satisfactory a preliminary check of angles can be made with an inclinometer. Before attempting to measure angles ensure that tire air pressure is correct, that the vehicle is at the correct trim (chassis) height, and the ground surface is level. 1. Measure the angle of the front slip yoke by placing the inclinometer on the bottom of the bearing cup, figure 2. Position the inclinometer on the clean flat surface of the bearing cup, level the bubble and note the reading. 2. Measure the drive shaft angle, as shown, and subtract the smaller number from the greater to determine the angle. 3. Repeat the same procedure on the rear u-joint and pinion input shaft.
Repair Procedure 1. Test drive the vehicle and conﬁrm if a vibration is felt between 15 – 25 mph while accelerating, decelerating, or while maintaining vehicle speed. HINT On 4WD trucks the following method can be used to conﬁrm if this bulletin applies to the vehicle: • Shift into 4WD High. • Lock the center differential. • Remove the rear driveshaft and test drive the vehicle. • The vibration will be completely eliminated if condition is a 2nd order driveshaft vibration. Does vibration occur between 15 – 25 mph? • YES — This bulletin does apply. Go to step 2. • NO — This bulletin does NOT apply. Continue diagnosis using the applicable Repair Manual as necessary. 2. Replace the Rear Engine Insulator (Rear Transmission Mount). Refer to the Technical Information System (TIS), applicable model and model year Repair Manual: • 2005 Tacoma: Drivetrain – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle – “Automatic Transmission Assy (A340E) / (A750E): Replacement” • 2006 – 2012 Tacoma: Drivetrain – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle – “A340E / A750E Automatic Transmission: Automatic Transmission Assembly: Removal / Installation” • 2006 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2006 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2007 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2007 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2008 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2008 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2009 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2009 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2010 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2010 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2011 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2011 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2011 Tacoma (A750F): Removal / Installation • 2012 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2012 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2012 Tacoma (A750F): Removal / Installation • 2013 Tacoma (A340E): Removal / Installation • 2013 Tacoma (A750E): Removal / Installation • 2013 Tacoma (A750F): Removal / Installation HINT Refer to Figures 1 and 2 to conﬁrm the proper part identiﬁcation by examining the label on the part, and for the proper positioning of the new engine mount in ATM equipped trucks. Figure 1. 2WD Rear Engine Insulator Figure 2. 4WD Rear Engine Insulator ...