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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Camshaft Position Actuator Adjuster Removal

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual / Powertrain / Engine / Valvetrain / Camshaft / Camshaft Position Actuator Adjuster Removal

Special Tools

For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools.



    Note:

    The right half of the EN-6340 locking tool can be recognized by the lettering "right", arrow, on the tool.

  1. Prepare the right half of the EN-6340 locking tool.
    1. Remove the 2 bolts (2).
    2. Remove the front panel (1) from the EN-6340 locking tool - right.


  2. Install the EN-6340 locking tool into the camshaft adjusters.


Note:

Note the arrows.

  • Turn the camshaft by the hexagon until the groove on the end of the camshafts is horizontal.

  • Install the EN-6628-A locking tool (1).


  • Remove the camshaft position actuator adjuster closure bolt (1) of the intake camshaft position actuator adjuster and/or the exhaust camshaft position actuator adjuster (3).
  • Note:

    A second technician is required.

    Note:

    Use an appropriate open-end wrench in order to counterhold the camshaft hexagon. A thin cross-section wrench is required for a better fit. The usage of EN-6628-A locking tool is for the camshaft adjustment to prevent misalignment of the camshafts. The wrench is required to counterhold the camshafts during bolt torque procedure.

  • Remove and DISCARD the intake camshaft position actuator adjuster bolt and/or the exhaust camshaft position actuator adjuster bolt (2).
  • Remove the intake camshaft position actuator adjuster and/or the exhaust camshaft position actuator adjuster (3).
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