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To remove the exhaust manifold need to seriously dismantle the motor to remove the cylinder head, and already then separate the manifold from the cylinder head. In this article, I will describe only the last part, since the rest is written in other articles. The first step is to remove the nozzle, then the valve cover, camshaft, preferably lifters, not to have fallen out. And after all of the above remove the cylinder head.
We have a cylinder head with the exhaust manifold.
You can begin to loosen the two screws that hold the small aluminum plate on the exhaust manifold (pictured, it is closer to the right side).
Take off the air supply pipe, he kept on the yoke.
It will not hurt to remove and the outlet from the turbine (mounting location circled in green).
Then proceed to the loosening of the nuts that hold the exhaust manifold, pre-spraying liquid wrench or something similar in order to facilitate loosening. I have a loosening no problem-Unscrew all very well, although I was expecting become attached nuts, which will be very difficult to undo. The exhaust manifold can be removed, because it holds nothing more. When you install will need a new gasket.
You can continue to: remove the turbine or disassemble the cylinder head-remove valves, change guides, valve seals, valves and finalize seat . And you can just assemble in reverse order, if the demolition was carried out with the purpose of scientific experimentation.
Cars, which used the same engine (1.5 CRDI D3EA, 3 cylinder), the same cylinder head and the same exhaust manifold:
- HYUNDAI Accent
- HYUNDAI Getz
- HYUNDAI Matrix
Cars, which used the same engine (2.0 CRDI D4EA, 4 cylinders)
- HYUNDAI SANTA FE
- HYUNDAI TRAJET
- HYUNDAI TUCSON
- KIA CERATO
- KIA SPORTAGE