CLEANING (SHEET 1 OF 2)
1. Cylinder sleeve
2. O-rings (3)
If crankshaft has not been removed,
cover crankshaft journals using
clean cloths before deglazing cylinder sleeves. Abrasives and dirt
resulting from deglazing operation can cause damage to crankshaft
Glaze must be removed from cylinder sleeves so that piston rings can
properly seat themselves within a reasonable period of run-in time.
Excessive oil consumption results from glaze build-up by not allowing
piston rings to seat properly in cylinder sleeves.
(1) If necessary to remove glaze from cylinder
sleeve (1) walls:
(a) With cylinder sleeve (1) installed in
cylinder block, apply OE/HDO 40 oil
to cylinder sleeve walls.
(b) Use 3/8 to 1/2 inch drill at 350 to
500 rpm to power brush deglazer;
start brush rotation and lower
brush into cylinder sleeve.
(c) Brush up and down at a pace of
approximately 40 strokes per
minute for 20 to 30 seconds.