Cup, Special Tool 6602-2 is to be installed on threaded rod with cup facing out and undercut in large bushing hole of lower control arm Fig. The outer bushing must be cut or hammered off the bar. Remove the tie rod end from the steering knuckle arm using Puller, Special Tool C-3894-A Fig. Torque specifications on the Bolt Torque chart are based on the use of clean and dry threads. This value represents the midpoint of the acceptable engineering torque range for a given fastener application. The oil should be changed when water contami- nation is suspected.
Hold a shop light on throttle body side of element. Be sure that the springs needing replacement, are replaced with springs meeting the correct load rating for the vehicle and its specific options. The replacement procedure for the ball joint assembly is detailed in this section. For proper service procedures refer to Group 8D, Ignition Systems. This is the most complete Service Repair Manual for the 1992 Dodge Caravan.
Washer, thrust bearing, Cup Special Tool 6602-2 Fig. To Install, reverse the preceding operation. The high level of detail, along with hundreds of illustrations and details guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. No shipping fee, No waiting nervously for the postal delivery, you can start doing your repairs right away! Note the type of tread wear which will aid in diagnosing, see Wheels and Tires, Group 22. If oil has a foamy or milky appearance it probably is contamined. For diagnostic procedures refer to Group 14, Fuel System and Powertrain Diag- nostic Procedures manual. A circular magnet located in the transaxle pan, collects metallic particles circulating in the oil.
Reduce the torque by 10% when the threads are lubricated with engine oil and by 20% if new plated bolts are used. This is the complete factory service repair manual for the Dodge Caravan 1992. If oily, wash with solvent. We accept payments on behalf of our merchants and send payouts once per week. Do not use leaded gasoline, damage to catalytic converter will result and vehicle will not conform to emission control standards. If a hub and bearing assembly needs to be replaced, be sure that the replacement assembly has the same size wheel mounting stud pattern as the original part.
If fluid has foamy or milky appear- ance, it is probably contaminated. Replacement of the grease seal is recommended whenever this ser- vice is performed. When lube operation is complete, wipe off excess grease. Install the 4 hub and bearing assembly to steering knuckle attaching bolts and torque in a criss-cross pattern to 65 N¼m 45 ft. On some vehicles, one bolt has an eccentric cam located below the head of the bolt for camber adjustment. Using a wiping cloth, clean grease and dirt from around grease fitting and joint seal.
During service procedures requiring the re- moval or installation of a coil spring with Spring Compressor, Special Tool C-4838. It is required that five coils be captured within the jaws of the tool Fig. For proper inspection and adjustment procedures, see Group 7, Cooling System. Provides step-by-step instructions based on the complete disassembly of the machine. At the large pivot bushing hole in the lower control arm, assemble Cup, Special Tool 6602-2, thrust bearing, washer and nut Fig. A slight amount of seepage around the strut rod is not unusual and does not affect perfor- mance.
Refer to the General Informa- tion section of this group. Inspect and test radiator cap when cooling system service is performed or when problem is suspected. Upon completion you are given full access to view the manual online for your chosen vehicle and access period of 1-year or 4-years. Where the service procedure includes reassem- bly of original strut shock absorber to original knuckle. The brake reservoir level should be inspected when other under hood service is performed. Refer to Group 7, Cooling System. Refer to Group 8M, Restraint Systems for proper diagnostic procedures.
You will not be dissatisfied. Gasohol blends, containing 10% Ethanol ethyl or grain alcohol 90% unleaded gasoline can be used provided it has adequate octane rating. These groups contain general information, diagnosis, testing, adjustments, removal, installation, disassembly, and assembly procedures for the components. The front wheel, rear axle and anti-lock unit if equipped brake hoses should be inspected at time Fig. The steering column must be unlocked and gear selector in neutral. The instructions furnished by the manufacturer of the equipment should always be followed. Holding the cam and knuckle bolt so they Fig.