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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Secondary Timing Chain Guide Replacement - Right Side Valvetrain Valvetrain Timing Timing Belt/Chain

Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual / Powertrain / Engine / Secondary Timing Chain Guide Replacement - Right Side Valvetrain Valvetrain Timing Timing Belt/Chain

Removal ProcedureRemove the spark plugs in order to ease crankshaft/enginerotation. Refer toSpark Plug Replacement.Remove the engine front cover. Refer toEngine Front Cover Replacement.Remove the right bank secondary camshaft drive chaintensioner. Refer toSecondary Timing Chain Tensioner Removal - Right Side.

Secondary Timing Chain Guide Replacement - Right Side Valvetrain Valvetrain Timing Timing Belt/Chain

Remove the right bank secondary camshaft drive chain guide.Refer toSecondary Timing Chain Guide Removal - Right Side.Installation Procedure

Secondary Timing Chain Guide Replacement - Right Side Valvetrain Valvetrain Timing Timing Belt/Chain

Install the right bank secondary camshaft drive chain guide.Refer toSecondary Timing Chain Guide Installation - Right Side.Install the right bank secondary camshaft drive chaintensioner. Refer toSecondary Timing Chain Tensioner Installation - Right Side.Install the engine front cover. Refer toEngine Front Cover Replacement.Install the spark plugs. Refer toSpark Plug Replacement.

Primary Timing Chain Guide Replacement - Lower Valvetrain Valvetrain Timing Timing Belt/Chain
Removal ProcedureRemove the primary camshaft drive chain tensioner. Refer toPrimary Camshaft Intermediate Drive Chain Tensioner Replacement.Remove the primary camshaft drive chain lower guidebolts.Rem ...

Starter Replacement (LFX) Starting System Starter
Removal ProcedureTurn OFF the ignition.Disconnect the battery negative cable. Refer toBattery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection.Remove the heat shield (2) from the starter.Disconnect the kno ...

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Transmission Case Cleaning and Inspection Automatic Transmission Unit
Transmission Case Cleaning and InspectionCalloutComponent NameCaution:Do not use abrasive pads or bristle devices to clean thesealing surfaces. Abrasive pads produce a fine grit that can effecttransmission function. Abrasive pads can also remove enough metalto create oil leaks.Caution:After cleaning ...

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