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Hi is it a clockwise or ant iclockwise thread on

Hi is it a clockwise or ant iclockwise thread on the spindel that holds the front sprocket on the er6n. thanks.

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If there is no locking tag then the nut tightens up in the revers way the sprocket turns in drive

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Cam timing for fiat siena 1.2 2001


There are no timing marks on this engine - the engine has to be "locked" using special engine locking / setting kit which you wil have to obtain to do the job.

I will give you the instructions to do the job for when you have the locking kit to do the job.. as follows:

Removal
  1. Raise and support front of vehicle.
  2. Remove:
      • RH front wheel.
      • RH inner wing panel.
      • Air filter assembly.
  3. Support engine.
  4. Remove:
      • RH engine mounting and bracket.
      • Timing belt upper cover,
      • AC receiver/drier (if fitted). DO NOT disconnect hoses.
      • Timing belt lower cover.
      • Auxiliary drive belt.
      • Support bracket between gearbox and cylinder block (Palio).
  5. Palio: Remove bell housing cover plate. Fit flywheel locking tool. Tool No.1.867.029.000. or equivalent commercially available.
  6. Remove:
      • Crankshaft pulley bolts
      • Crankshaft pulley
      • Spark plug leads.
      • Ignition coil and bracket.
      • Spark plugs.
  7. Fit dial gauge and adapter to No.1 cylinder. Tool No.1.860.895.000.
  8. Turn crankshaft to TDC on No.1 cylinder. Set dial gauge to zero.
  9. Ensure notch in rear of camshaft aligned as shown.
  10. Install camshaft aligning tool. Tool No.1.870.823.000

  11. NOTE: If camshaft aligning tool cannot be fitted: Turn crankshaft one turn clockwise.

Installation
  1. Ensure No.1 cylinder at TDC by turning crankshaft slightly clockwise and anti-clockwise. Use dial gauge .
  2. Ensure camshaft aligning tool fitted correctly
  3. Hold camshaft sprocket. Use tool No.1.860.831.000/001
  4. Slacken camshaft sprocket bolt
  5. Fit timing belt in following order:
      • Crankshaft sprocket.
      • Water pump sprocket.
      • Camshaft sprocket.
      • Tensioner pulley.
    NOTE: Observe direction of rotation marks on belt.
  6. Fit tensioning tool locating pegs to tensioner pulley holes -Tool No.1.860.745.100/300. Ensure tensioning tool arm is horizontal.
  7. Set weight at 70 mm mark on scale bar.
  8. Hold camshaft sprocket
  9. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolt - Tightening torque: 70 Nm.
  10. Remove aligning tool
  11. Turn crankshaft two turns clockwise.
  12. Ensure No.1 cylinder at TDC by turning crankshaft slightly clockwise and anti-clockwise. Use dial gauge
  13. Ensure camshaft aligning tool can be fitted - If not: Repeat installation procedure.
  14. Tighten tensioner nut to 28 Nm
  15. Remove:
      • Tensioning tool
      • Camshaft aligning tool
      • Dial gauge
  16. Install components in reverse order of removal.
  17. Tighten crankshaft pulley bolts - Tightening torque: 20 Nm + 90°.

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HOW DO IREMOVE SMALL CHAIN DRIVE SPROCKET


Look at the normal rotation of the sprocket. If it is the drive sprocket and it turns clockwise then it left hand threaded; counter clockwise right hand threaded.

Feb 28, 2015 | Garden

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Which way do you turn to loosen the front sprocket on a yzf 450


Put the bike in 4th or 5th gear, and place a board across the swing arm, through the spokes, so it lays across both sides of the arm as near the rim as possible. Then crank the sprocket off. It's a right hand thread, so turn it counter-clockwise to loosen.

Dec 29, 2013 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 450 F

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Having problems undoing front sprocket ! Would it be left-hand thread Also cant get socket on very far do i need a special socket as its got two different sizes 27mm on first part of nut and 32mm on rear...


There should be a bent washer over the nut to stop it from turning. Have a good look.
Flatten the bent washer with a flat cold chisel, gently, as you need it again! Put the bike in top gear to hold the sprocket and use a spanner 27mm to undo the nut. It is a clockwise thread.
When you put a sprocket back on, don't forget the bent washer and a drop of Loctite Threadlock will help to hold it on.

Mar 27, 2011 | 1997 kawasaki ZX-7R

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Cant remove front sprocket also is it a reverse thread


hi, dont know what bike you are working on, however all modern suzuki use a normal rh thread for tightening. put the bike in gear press down on the rear brake and undo in the normal direction anti clockwise, check there are no locking tabs bent over the outside of the sprocket,

Jan 16, 2011 | Suzuki GZ 125 Marauder Motorcycles

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Cant undo nut


No they are not left hand thead,normal r/h thread.
make sure chain is still on bike and front sproket and then try good rattle gun. if this does not work,put bike in gear and hold on rear brake and use long breaker bar, if still no good will need to heat front sproket nut with oxy set very carefully and rattle off with rattle gun while nut is hot

Jun 23, 2010 | 1997 Yamaha YZF 600 R thunder cat

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The bolts that holds the timing belt sprockets on do they turn to come off clockwise or counter clockwise?. Trying to change camshaft. This is for a 1980 Honda GL Goldwing.


hi,if it is anything like a 1200,they are normal thread..ie left to undo and right to tighten,they will probably be very tight as honda locktite them in,they also have a woodruff key in them to locate the sprocket onto the camshaft,dont lose the key,they are a honda specific part and altough they are small they are quite expensive...cheers

Mar 21, 2010 | 1980 Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing

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I got new sporkets and wanna put them on the cahins off but i cant put any power to the front spindel cause it moves what do i do ?


are you trying to replace the sprockets? you can't get the nut off because it spins? just put the bike in gear and remove the front gear first, leave the chain on until after the nut is loose. also "make sure you flatten out the nut lock first".

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Is front sprocket on zzr 600 a left hand thread?


It has standard threading. Turn counter clockwise to loosen.

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