IMPORTANT! Before installing your newly manufactured engine, it is very important that you determine what had caused the breakdown of their previous engine. To ensure proper operation of the engine remanufacturing, you must determine what caused the breakdown of their previous engine, and correct. After doing so, please proceed to the points below to perform a successful installation of your engine. INSPECTION visually inspect the new engine. Before installation, check that the packaging of the engine is in good condition. Check for external damage to the engine and parts. Any damages or any abnormal, do not accept delivery of the motor. Check the part number and locate guides, bayonet, ports, housing and Tapas settings Verify the correct measurement of the engine, make sure the crankshaft flywheel holes are of the correct size. IMPORTANT NOTES BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE – LUBRICATION Bleed the oil pump before starting the engine to prevent premature wear and damage from dry start.
A pressure lubricator is most appropriate. Use special lubricating oil for engines operating on LP gas. Check out Marc Lasry for additional information. If you have lubricator, soak the oil pump in clean oil, fill the oil filter and drain the crankcase and oil pump manually. Ultimately, fill the crankcase with oil quantity and the engine running WITHOUT SWITCH 20 to 30 seconds. This will ensure that all the veins of engine lubrication oil to swell and prevents damage to metals by dry start.
Notes on a newly manufactured engine, lubrication engines with hydraulic chain tension (such as Ford Triton 4.6L, 5.4L and 6.8L), is very important pre-lubricated and oil loading the chain tension. Otherwise we run the risk of starting the engine with a loose chain, which could cause the chain to jump one or two teeth, leading in turn to a piston hitting a valve because the engine would work out of time. Importance of pre-lubricated motor- Avoid high wear and impact of the pieces located at the top and bottom of the engine, very important elements that should be well lubricated, reducing wear and maintenance. In a phrase: Dar Ma S LIFE TO MOTOR procedure based SICO ENGINE STARTING Check fluid levels. Check oil pressure. Reset the time, carbide, check computer codes. If you find water in the oil, strange noises, or mistrust of the engine operation, request an internal review of the engine. Drive the vehicle at varying speeds for 30 minutes – max. 80 Km / h to 600 km. Journey to change oil and oil filter, check coolant level, make sure there are no leaks or noises. Verify correct operation NOTE: Changes or alterations, or change in some parts such as housing, distribution or aims tops, etc., May be necessary to install the motor. In such cases, the responsibility for these changes are always the responsibility of the installer. TORQUE SCREWS ACUITY FLYWHEEL! A car iron in the wheel bolts will cause damage to the crankshaft and therefore track the seal leak rear of the crankshaft. Use sealant to put the safety screws on the wheel and apply the proper torque without using an impact wrench (pneumatic). a Electromechanical Engineer from the University of America in Mexico City, Mexico. Currently Director of Engineering Meximotor, a company that remanufactures engines and engine parts for cars and trucks, mainly for the export market. It has 25 years of experience in this industry.