Chevrolet Sonic manuals

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Piston and Connecting Rod Disassemble

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual / Powertrain / Engine / Engine Block / Cylinder Block / Piston and Connecting Rod Disassemble

  1. Remove the piston with connection rod. Refer to Piston, Connecting Rod, and Bearing Removal.


  2. Note:

    Note installation position of the piston in respect of the connection rod.

  3. Detach the piston from the connection rod.
  4. Note:

    Do not damage the bore.

  5. Remove the retainer (1) from the piston eye.
  6. Press the piston pin out of the piston.

  7. Remove the piston rings, using piston ring pliers (1).

    Remove oil carbon from the groove with a split piston ring, filed to a wedge-shape.


  8. Measure the piston ring gap.

  • Check piston ring vertical play with a feeler gauge (1) in the piston ring groove.

    Permissible vertical play:

    Permissible vertical play:

  • Piston and Connecting Rod Assemble
    Special Tools EN-49941 Remover / Installer Piston Retainer Ring For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools. Note: Lubricate the piston pin with clean engine oil. In ...

    Piston, Connecting Rod, and Bearing Cleaning and Inspection
    Special Tools EN-470-B Angular Torque Wrench For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools. Visual Inspection And Cleaning Procedure Connecting Rod Warning: Wear safety gla ...

    Other materials:

    Wireless Communication Interface Antenna Replacement
    Wireless Communication Interface Antenna Replacement Callout Component Name Preliminary Procedure Remove the communication interface module. Refer to Communication Interface Module Replacement 1 ...

    Instrument Panel Airbag Arming Status Display Replacement
    Instrument Panel Airbag Arming Status Display Replacement Callout Component Name Preliminary Procedure Remove the heater and air conditioning control. Refer to Heater and Air Conditioning Control Replacement. ...

    Coolant System Flushing
    Note: Do not use a chemical flush. Store used coolant in the proper manner, such as in a used engine coolant holding tank. Do not pour used coolant down a drain. Ethylene glycol antifreeze is a very toxic chemical. Do not dispose of coolant into the sewer system or groun ...

    В© 2014-2020 Copyright www.csmans.com
       
    0.0121