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all you do is first remove the centre spark-plug plastic cover, they are just allen-key screws, then more of the same M6 screws holds down the black plastic cover over the cams..I took it off an old Daewoo 2.0 motor i have off to expose the cams just the other day..
For Manual adjust mirrors only! Remove the plastic cover on the outside of the mirror with a knife. Undo the 2 Phillips screws that have been exposed. Remove the plastic round cover and rubber cover from the manual adjuster on the inside of the car. Remove the 2x 7mm nuts, now exposed, from the manual adjuster.
Pull the mirror off the car from the outside of the door.
put in time and remove valve cover, front engine cover, timing belt ,exhaust at manifold, intake manifold and remove head bolts, pull head clean all surfaces replace gasket after head ck for cracks follow specs on bolts and put back together in a shop in would take about 4 to 6 hrs to do .
Sounds like the IAC ( Idle Air Control ) is gummed up. Last I looked they were ~ 70.00 online or they are easy enough to clean with windex. The IAC is mounted on the back of the throttle body, you will need to remove the plastic throttle body cover to get to it. It is held on with 2 8mm ( think that is the size ) head bolts.
The IAC needs to be cleaned out so the motor can move the plunger back and forth and allow air into the back of the throttle body when the butterfly is closed.
Novus products worked for me. There are three strengths. No. 1 is a general spray cleaner. No. 2 is a fine scratch remover that requires some elbow grease. I find rinsing it as I work it in helps speed up the process. The yellowing and small scratches are caused by ozone and sand blowing in the air. This product won't make it factory new but it will give a much better cleaning than any other product I've found. I've saved many friend's the expense of changing their headlights. Don't use windex or dishsoap on headlight plastic. They have ammonia in them and causes microsopic pitting and fractures in clear plastic. I bought my Novus products on line, saved gas running around trying to find it.
look for a round plastic tubing leading from the motor. will be a large diameter. the end away from the motor should have a large black plastic box closed by either screws or clips.... remove those clips and you will find the filter.
Remove the cover from around the heater controls. There will be four screws you must undo to remove the actual control section. Look behind the heater knob and you will see a cable covered in plastic, similar to a bike brake cable. The end of that needs to be firmly placed in the clear plastic holder behind the heater knob. You can use gaffa tape or similar to hold it in. You can then put everything back and the heater will now turn off.