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2010 ENGINE Engine Mechanical - 3.5L - Repair Instructions - Off Vehicle - G6
VALVE ROCKER ARM AND PUSH ROD CLEANING AND INSPECTION
1. Clean the valve rocker arms and push rods in cleaning solvent.
2. Dry the valve rocker arms and push rods with compressed air.
WARNING: Refer to Cleaning Solvent Warning .
WARNING: Refer to Safety Glasses Warning .
Fig. 1: Identifying Valve Rocker Arm Inspection Areas
3. Inspect the valve rocker arms for the following conditions:
Excessive wear at the valve contact or push rod socket area (1)
# loose or damaged pin (2)
# worn or damaged roller bearing (3)-The roller should rotate freely with no binding or roughness.
# The bolt threads for damage
Fig. 2: Identifying Push Rod Inspection Areas
4. Inspect the push rods for the following conditions:
Straightness using a straight edge (1)
Excessive wear on the push rod ends (3)
Clogging of the oil passage (2)
CYLINDER HEAD DISASSEMBLE
EN-47823: Valve Spring Compressor Adapter
J 5892-D: Valve Spring Compressor
For equivalent regional tools, refer to Special Tools
NOTE: Keep the push rods in order. The intake and exhaust are different lengths.
Fig. 3: View Of Heater Inlet Pipe Stud & Coolant Temperature Sensor
1. Remove the heater inlet pipe stud from the right cylinder head, if required.
2. Remove the coolant temperature sensor from the right cylinder head, if required.