TO PREVENT "OVERHEATING" AND FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE,
YOU SHUOLD FOLLOW A GUIDE IN
INSTALLING USED OR REBUILT JAPANESE ENGINES
ALWAYS - Use the long block engine only. Never use anything that came with the engine except the head and block.
For smog related reasons, this engine from japan has different emixxions devices and you are required to use original
emissions from original engine in order to comply with the smog laws of your state. And thouigh these Japanese engines do come with
the accessories from Japan and may be similar to what you have originally on your engine, it is best you do the change over to
avoid any problems.
ALWAYS - REPLACE YOUR RADIATOR WITH A NEW RADIATOR. Not just a flush.
ALWAYS - Check and Replace the following parts with new one if needed.
- SPARK PLUGS
- TIMING BELT
- BAL. SHAFT BELT
- T/B TENSIONERS / IDLERS
- FRONT & REAR MAIN SEALS
- CAMSHAFT SEALS
- TEMP SENDING UNIT
- SPARK PLUG WIRES
- OIL / AIR FILTER
- INTAKE MANIFOLD GASKETS
- EXHAUST MANIFOLD GASKETS
- T/B HYDRUALIC TENSIONER
- OIL PAN GASKET
- PCV VALVE
- OIL SENDING UNIT
- DISTRIBUTOR CAP & ROTOR
ALWAYS - Prime the engine with motor oil first before starting this will reduce initial wear start up on the motor.
*** We also recommend the foloowing
- Drive under legal limit (CA 65 MPH) for
the first 1,000 miles,
- Change oil and oil filter after 500 miles, and
- Flush radiator after 100 miles.
- For rebuilt engines, adjust valves after 500 miles, if
I have read and understood all the guidelines for the installation of used/rebuilt engines.
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