Removing the cylinder head was discussed in the article - Removing the cylinder head
We install the head on the workbench and disassemble the cylinder head.
Parts of the cylinder head after disassembly must be marked or laid out in order.
With a head of 10, we unscrew the two nuts fastening to the head of the block of the inlet pipe of the heater radiator
Remove the heater pipe
Remove the heater pipe gasket
We unscrew the two nuts securing the pipe of the cooling system jacket, using the head at 13
Remove the pipe with the injection coolant temperature sensor
Remove the pipe seal
To loosen the valve, place a stop (wooden or rubber block) under the valve plate
Squeeze the valve springs with the fixture
We rest the thrust bearing of the device against the valve plate, and we wind the hook lever by the nut screwed onto the stud for fastening the camshaft bearing housing.
We remove two crackers with tongs or tweezers
Slowly loosen the lever of tool A.60311R, remove the valve disc and valve springs.
Remove the upper and lower spring support washers.
Using special pliers, remove the valve stem cap from the valve guide.
If there is no special tool, then you can gently pry with two screwdrivers and remove the valve seal (you need to do everything carefully, the sleeve is very fragile)
Remove the valve from the guide sleeve
In the same way, we remove all the valves and valve stem seals.
We carefully wash the cylinder head, remove carbon deposits from the combustion chambers and from the surface of the exhaust valves with a metal brush.
Preparing the head and parts for flaw detection and assembly. The assembly will be discussed in the next article.