Remanufactured Engine

Posted on July 29, 2015 in General by

IMPORTANT! Before installing your Remanufactured engine, it is very important that you determine what was causing the breakdown of its previous engine. To ensure a proper functioning of its Remanufactured engine, you must determine what was the cause of the breakdown of your previous engine, and correct it. After you do so, please follow the points detailed below for the successful installation of your engine. INSPECTION VISUAL of your engine REMANUFACTURED before install it to check that the packaging of the engine is in good condition. Check that there are no external damage to the engine and its parts. If you find any abnormality or damage, do not accept delivery of the engine. Check the part number and locate guides, bayonet, ports, configuration of carter and lids. Verify the correct measurement of spark plugs.

Verify that the crankshaft flywheel holes are of the correct size. ASPECTS important before of starting the engine PRELUBE bleed oil pump before starting the engine to prevent wear premature and dry start damage. A prelubricador pressure is best. Use special lubricating oil for engines that operate with LP gas. If you don’t have prelubricador, immerse in clean oil oil pump, fill the oil filter and crankcase and bleed oil pump manually. Ultimately, fill crankcase with the amount of oil needed and running the engine without turn on for 20 or 30 seconds. In this way is achieved all the veins in the engine lubrication to fill with oil and prevent damage to metals from starting dry. Notes on the prelube in a remanufactured engine in engines with hydraulic chain tensioners (such as the Ford Triton 4.

6 l, 5.4 l and 6.8 l), it is very important prelubricar and loading of oil the chain tensioner. Otherwise runs the risk of starting the engine with a loose chain, which could cause that chain jump one or two teeth, causing in turn a piston to hit a valve since the engine would work out time. Importance of prelubricar motor prevent the high wear and impact of parts located in the upper and lower part of the engine, elements of great importance which should be well lubricated, reducing wear and maintenance. In one sentence: give more life to the procedure basic starter of MOTOR check fluid levels. Check oil pressure. Reset the time, carbure, check computer codes. If you find water in oil, making strange noises, or mistrust in the operation of the engine, ask for an internal review of the motor. Drive the vehicle at variable speed by 30 minutes max. 80 Km/h to the 600 km. to change the oil and oil filter, check the level of the liquid coolant, make sure there are no leaks or noises. Check correct operation Note: modifications or alterations, or change some parts such as carter, distribution covers or aims, etc., may be needed to install the engine. In such cases, the responsibility of these alterations always are the responsibility of the installer. TORQUE SCREWS ON THE STEERING WHEEL BE CAREFUL! A sobretorque on the flywheel bolts will lead to damage to the track of crankshaft and consequently the crankshaft rear seal leak. Use sealant to replace screws on the steering wheel and apply the proper torque without the use of an impact (pneumatic gun) wrench.