SUZUKI SWIFT TIMING CHAIN

  • Suzuki Swift Timing Chain and Chain Tensioner Removal
    and Installation
    S4RS0A1406018
    Removal
    CAUTION:
    After timing chain is removed, never turn
    crankshaft and camshafts independently
    more than its allowable turning range
    described in “Installation”.
    If turned, interference may occur between
    piston and valves and valves themselves,
    and parts related to piston and valves may be
    damaged.
    1) Remove timing chain cover referring to “Timing
    Chain Cover Removal and Installation: ”.
    2) By turning crankshaft, align both intake and exhaust
    camshaft timing sprocket marks (1) with notches (2)
    of cylinder head respectively and align crankshaft
    sprocket key (3) with notch of cylinder block (4).
    3) Remove timing chain tensioner adjuster assembly
    (5).
    4) Remove timing chain tensioner (6).
    5) Remove timing chain No.1 guide (7).
    6) Remove timing chain (8) with crankshaft timing
    sprocket (9)

 

 

Installation
CAUTION:
After timing chain is removed, never turn
crankshaft and camshafts independently
more than such an extent (“a”, “b”) as shown
in the figure.
If turned, interference may occur between
piston and valves and valves themselves,
and parts related to piston and valves may be
damaged.
1) Check that match marks (1) on intake and exhaust
camshaft timing sprockets are in match with notches
(2) on cylinder head as shown in the figure.
2) Set key (3) and turn crankshaft to position key on
upside of crankshaft.

 

“a”: 90° 4. Camshaft (IN and EX) allowable turning range.
By marks on camshaft timing sprocket within 15
° from notches
on cylinder head on both right and left.
“b”: 15° 5. Crankshaft allowable turning range.
By key on crankshaft, within 90
° from top on both right and left.
SUZUKI SWIFT TIMING CHAIN

SUZUKI SWIFT TIMING CHAIN

3) Install timing chain by aligning dark blue plate (1) of
timing chain and triangle mark (2) on camshaft
timing sprocket as shown in the figure.
4) Fit crankshaft timing sprocket to timing chain by
aligning gold plate (3) of timing chain and circle mark
(4) on crankshaft timing sprocket. Then install
crankshaft timing sprocket fitted with chain to
crankshaft.

5) Apply engine oil to sliding surface of timing chain
No.1 guide (1) and install it as shown in the figure.
Tighten guide bolts to specified torque.
Tightening torque
Timing chain No.1 guide bolt (a): 11 N·m (1.1 kgm, 8.0 lb-ft)

 

6) Apply engine oil to sliding surface of chain tensioner
(1) and install chain tensioner and spacer.
Tighten tensioner bolt to specified torque.
Tightening torque
Timing chain tensioner bolt (a): 25 N·m (2.5 kgm, 18.0 lb-ft)

 

7) Check that match marks (1) on intake and exhaust
camshaft timing sprockets are in match with dark
blue plates (2) of timing chain and match mark (3) on
crankshaft timing sprocket is in match with gold plate
(4) of timing chain.

 

8) Screw in plunger (1) by turning body (2) in arrow
direction and install a retainer (3) (wire) to hold
plunger in place.


9) Install timing chain tensioner adjuster assembly (1)
with a retainer (2).
Tighten adjuster bolts to specified torque and then
remove a retainer from chain tensioner adjuster
assembly.
Tightening torque
Timing chain tensioner adjuster bolt (a): 11 N·m
(1.1 kg-m, 8.0 lb-ft

10) Apply engine oil to timing chain and then turn
crankshaft clockwise by 2 revolutions and check that
match marks (1) on intake and exhaust camshaft
timing sprockets are in match with notches (2) on
cylinder head and key (3) is in match with notch (4)
on cylinder black as shown in the figure.
If each marking chain and each match mark are no
matches, adjust each sprockets and timing chain.

11) Install timing chain cover referring to “Timing Chain
Cover Removal and Installation: ”.
12) Perform Steps 3) to 8) of “Installation” of “Timing
Chain Cover Removal and Installation: ”.

Timing Chain and Chain Tensioner Inspection
S4RS0A1406019
Timing Chain No.1 Guide
Check shoe (1) for wear or damage.

Timing Chain Tensioner
Check shoe (1) for wear or damage.

 


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