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Here some info on timing belt replacement. I hope it is helpful.


[h=3]2014 Chevrolet Cruze 2.0L Eng Diesel[/h]

Service Manual: TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT - 2.0L (LUZ) DIESEL

Print Date: 6/2/2017



[h=1]MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE[/h] The manufacturer requires the belt be replace every 97,500 miles or 120 months. If being done at a regular service interval, the belt tensioner, idler pulley and water pump should also be replaced.


[h=1]SPECIAL TOOLS[/h]
  • EN-956-1: Extension
  • EN-46788: Crankshaft Fixing Tool
  • EN-46789: Camshaft Locking Tool
  • EN-47634: Camshaft Sprocket Holding Tool
  • J-43405: Engine Support Fixture Adapter
  • J-28467-518: Main Support Beam
  • J-28467-1A: Cross Bracket
  • J-28467-5A: Strut Tower Support Assembly
  • J-28467-2A: Radiator Tube Shelf Assembly
  • J-36857: Engine Lift Bracket
  • J-28467-8A: Hook Assembly


[h=1]REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION > REMOVAL[/h]
  • NOTE: If the engine timing belt is being replaced according to the maintenance schedule the timing belt tensioner, idler pulley and water pump must be replaced.

  • Protect the fender with covers.
  • Remove the battery cover and disconnect the battery negative cable.
  • Remove the engine sight shield. Release the engine sight shield retainers by pulling the engine sight shield upwards.
  • Remove the front wheelhouse liner.
  • Remove the generator, air conditioning compressor and power steering pump belt (drive belt).
    • Install the EN-913-A wrench to the tensioner bolt (3). See Fig 1.
    • Rotate the drive belt tensioner clockwise, using the EN-913-A wrench in order to release the tension from the drive belt and to insert the EN-6130 holding pin (2). See Fig 1.
    • Remove the EN-913-A wrench.
    • Remove the generator, air conditioning compressor and power steering pump belt. See Figure.
    Fig 1: Releasing Tension From Drive Belt
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Remove the crankshaft pulley (2). See Fig 2.
    • Install a wrench on crankshaft sprocket (center) bolt in order to hold the crankshaft. NOTE: The crankshaft sprocket bolt must not be loosened.
    • Remove the 4 crankshaft pulley bolts (1). See Fig 2.
    • Remove the crankshaft pulley.
    Fig 2: Identifying Crankshaft Pulley
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Remove the belt idler pulley (engine mount side). See Fig 3.Fig 3: Identifying Belt Idler Pulley
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Remove the timing belt front cover. See Fig 4.Fig 4: Identifying Timing Belt Front Cover
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Install the engine support fixture: See Fig 5.
    • Install the bracket to fender frame (1). NOTE: Do not install bracket to fender frame on top of fender lip.
    • Adjust the length of the strut tower support assembly (4).
    • Use a grade 10.9 bolt to install the engine lift bracket hook assembly (6). NOTE: If the engine is not equipped with engine lift bracket, install the J-36857 engine support fixture in place.
    Fig 5: Installing Engine Support Fixture
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
    Legend for Fig 5
    • Engine Support Fixture Adapter Leg (Qty: 2)
    • Main Support Beam
    • Cross Bracket
    • Strut Tower Support Assembly
    • Radiator Tube Shelf Assembly
    • Hook Assembly
  • Remove the engine mount. See Fig 6.Fig 6: Identifying Engine Mount
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
    Legend for Fig 6
    • Engine Mount Bracket Bolt M8 (Qty: 3)
    • Engine Mount Bracket Bolt M10 (Qty: 3)
    • Engine Mount Bracket
  • Remove the engine mount bracket. See Fig 7.
    • Raise and support the vehicle.
    • Remove the 2 lower bolts (1). NOTE: Note the different length of bolt.
    • Attach the engine lifter to the engine lift brackets.
    Fig 7: Identifying Engine Mount Bracket
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
    Legend for Fig 7
    • Engine Mount Bracket Bolt M8 (Qty: 3)
    • Engine Mount Bracket Bolt M10 (Qty: 3)
    • Engine Mount Bracket
  • Lower the vehicle. NOTE: Avoid the contact with cooling fluid and oil, it will damage the timing belt and can not be reused.

    Fig 8: Installing Locking Tool (EN-46789)
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Set the cylinder 1 to TDC:
    • Remove the camshaft housing closure bolt.
    • Install the EN-46789 locking tool (1) in the camshaft housing. See Fig 8.
    • Turn the engine clockwise until the EN-46789 locking tool (1) audibly engages.
  • Remove the oil pump bolt (1). See Fig 9.Fig 9: Identifying Oil Pump Bolt
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Install the fixing tool stud (1) of the EN-46788 fixing tool. See Fig 10.Fig 10: Identifying Fixing Tool Stud
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Lock the crankshaft, using the EN-46788 fixing tool (1). See Fig 11.Fig 11: Identifying Fixing Tool (EN-46788) & Extension (EN-956-1)
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Loosen the camshaft sprocket (1). See Fig 12.Fig 12: Identifying Camshaft Sprocket Holding Tool (EN-47634)
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Loosen the camshaft sprocket bolt, by using the EN-47634 holding tool (2) with the EN-956-1 extension (3). See Fig 12.
  • Loosen the timing belt tensioner bolt (2) to release the tension from the timing belt. See Fig 13.
  • Remove the EN-46788 fixing tool.
  • Remove the timing belt (1). See Fig 13. NOTE: Observe the direction of timing belt rotation.

    Fig 13: Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY


[h=1]REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION > INSTALLATION[/h]
  • Install the NEW timing belt to the crankshaft sprocket.
  • Lock the crankshaft, using the EN-46788 fixing tool (1). See Figure. NOTE: Make sure that the timing belt does not fall out of the sprocket while installing the EN-46788 fixing tool.

  • Install the timing belt in the following sequence: (See Fig 1)
    • Start with the crankshaft sprocket (4).
    • Second the timing belt tensioner (5).
    • Third the water pump (6).
    • Fourth the high pressure pump sprocket (1).
    • Fifth the camshaft sprocket (2).
    • The last one is the belt idler pulley (3).
    NOTE: The marks on the timing belt must fit to the marks on the sprockets, see arrows in Fig 1.

    NOTE: The timing belt tensioner must be loose.

    Fig 1: Timing Belt Routing
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Bring the tensioner (1) in correct tension. See Fig 2.
    • Loosen the tensioner bolt.
    • Bring the mobile index to the reference position (bore), see at arrows in Fig 2.
    • Tighten the tensioner bolt to 25 (18 lb ft).
    Fig 2: Adjusting Tensioner
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Fasten the camshaft sprocket bolt. See Figure.
    • Install the EN-47634 holding tool (2) to the camshaft sprocket (1).
    • Hold up with the EN-956-1 extension (3) and tighten the camshaft sprocket bolt to 120 (89 lb ft).
  • Remove the EN-47634 holding tool (2) and the EN-956-1 extension (3). See Figure.
  • Remove the EN-46788 fixing tool and the EN-46789 locking tool. See Figure.
  • Rotate the engine 720 degrees. CAUTION: It is absolute necessary that the engine is turned clockwise ONLY.
  • Check the engine timing.
    • Install the EN-46789 locking tool. See Figure.
    • Install the EN-46788 fixing tool. See Figure.
  • Remove the EN-46789 locking tool and the EN-46788 fixing tool.
  • Install the oil pump bolt (1) and tighten to 9 (80 lb in). See Figure.
  • Install the engine mount bracket. See Figure.
    • Raise and support the vehicle.
    • Install the bracket bolts. NOTE: Note the different length of bolt.
    • Attach the engine lifter to the engine lift brackets.
  • Install the engine mount. See Figure.
  • Remove the engine support fixture. See Figure.
  • Install the timing belt front cover. See Figure.
  • Clip the wiring harness to the timing belt front cover.
  • Install the air cleaner assembly.
  • Install the belt idler pulley (engine mount side). See Figure.
  • Install the crankshaft pulley. See Figure. NOTE: Install a wrench on crankshaft sprocket bolt in order to hold the crankshaft.
    NOTE: Make sure the guide pin is in its recess (see arrows).
  • Install the generator, air conditioning compressor and power steering pump drive belt.
    • Install and position the generator, air conditioning compressor and power steering pump drive belt (1) around all of the pulleys. See Fig 3.
    • Install the EN-913-A wrench to the drive belt tensioner bolt (3). See Figure.
    • Rotate the tensioner clockwise (see arrow in graphic). See Figure.
    • Remove the EN-6130 holding pin (2). See Figure.
    • Rotate the EN-913-A wrench counterclockwise to bring the tension to the drive belt.
    • Remove the EN-913-A wrench.
    Fig 3: Drive Belt Routing
    Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • Install the front wheelhouse liner.
  • Install the tire and wheel assembly.
  • Lower the vehicle.
  • Install the engine sight shield.
  • Connect the negative battery cable and install the battery cover.
  • Remove the covers from the fender.


[h=1]TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS[/h] TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

ApplicationFt. Lbs.
Belt Idler Pulley Bolt18 (25)
Camshaft Sprocket Bolt89 (120)
Crankshaft Pulley Bolts18 (25)
Engine Mount Bolts & Nut46 (62)
Engine Mount Bolts To Engine Mount Bracket37 (50)

Engine Mount Bracket Bolts
8 mm18 (25)
10 mm37 (50)
Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt18 (25)
Wheel Lug Nuts100 (136)
Inch Lbs.
Wheelhouse Liner Bolts23 (2.5)
Oil Pump Bolt80 (9)
Timing Belt Front Cover Bolts80 (9)
[SUP](1)[/SUP] Then rotate another 60-70 degrees.
 
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