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Can i change big end bearings on ldv maxus while engine is fitted

Can you change big end bearings on ldv 2.5 crd maxus also oil pump and shells?

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SOURCE: L Reg Vitara engine knock

if anything id say it was the bearing

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: engine bearing torque settings big end and main bearing

4 cylinder correct?
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Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: WOULD YOU KNOW THE TORQUE SETTINGS FOR MAIN

Mains Stage 1 83nm
Mains Stage 2 167nm

Big ends Stage 1 29nm
Big ends Stage 2 45 - 60 degrees

Hope this helps

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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the central locking can be programmed to either unlock and lock all of th edoors together or by opening the drivers door with the first press of the fob and then unlocking the doors with the 2nd press. the load doors will then lock after a pre determined time for security

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

SOURCE: ldv maxus wont start off key but goes with a push everytime

You could check your battery if its properly charged then check your alternator, probably d alternator is bad and doesnt charge the battery wel enough. So its either your alternator or ur battery. Also try removing a batt terminal after each drive to avoid draining

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Help needed have a Ldv Maxus, put a new plastic grommet into clutch pedal today as the old one broke, now having trouble getting it into gear unless I pump the pedal Any Idears please.


Sounds like there is now air in the system. If there is a bleed nipple on the slave cylinder, bleed the clutch with new fluid. If not, it is a sealed system and both the master and slave must be replaced as a pair and ensure you follow the instructions otherwise you will get air in the system again.

Jun 01, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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3.1L has rod knock. I have 20yrs of auto mechanic and built a few engines, but retired now.


If the knocking is from the bottom of the engine, it may be the big end bearings have worn.
Replace them or not? Difficult question.

Replacing the big end (crankshaft/piston rod) bearings may stop the knocking/rumble noise. It depends on the crankshaft..

If the crankshaft has worn oval on its journals, fitting new bearings is unlikely to achieve anything as the bearings may break up due to the oval of the crankshaft. Removing the crankshaft and checking the journals for ovality/regrinding if necessary isn't a 5 minute job.

You say you have good oil pressure. That's a positive.

Personally, in your situation, I would try an engine oil additive that's designed to eliminate knock provided the main bearings haven't worn down to base metal. It's the cheapest option.

Failing that - and again, personally - I would remove the oil pan and fit new big end bearings in the hope that it would work.

The next step, if that doesn't work - would be to remove the crankshaft and have it reground and fit oversize bearings. Or get a 2nd hand engine...

You say the car was given to you for free .. you have nothing to lose. Try an additive first.. molyslip/molybdenum or whatever...

Good luck ...

May 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Oil light comes on at low rpm but oil level is right up


Do not ride the bike any further, otherwise you could have a big bill.

1. Check the electrics on the oil pressure switch and light 2. Buy a new oil pressure sensor, an easy fix 3. Oil pressure release valve malfunctioning (could have the wrong spring in it or worn piston clearance in valve body), an easy fix . 4. Leaking oil seal (or backwards installed) on the crankshaft (under the timing cover), an easy fix. 5.Worn out oil pump (when oil gets hot it loses it's viscosity,or it's thickness and thus an oil pump with worn clearances will not pump it effectively) also easy to fix. 6. Worn main bearings/worn crank journals (oil escaping from clearance between crankshaft journals and shell bearings on crankshaft big end resulting in loss of pressure). This could be the case on a bike that has high mileage Requires a rebuild. 7.Also, the drillings in the timing cover and oil pump through crankcase to oil pipe junction block must be clean.

Oct 20, 2014 | 2007 Triumph Speedmaster

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Toyota 4runner


I take it that the 'ticking' noise disappears shortly after the engine is started?
Can you identify where the ticking noise is coming from?

There are 2 noises associated with engine wear:
1. A rumble or 'knock' - maybe a 'tapping - ' noise from the bottom of the engine may indicate that the big end bearings are worn. The knock/tapping noise is caused by the worn big end bearings striking the crankshaft. The noise will often disappear after start up because of the oil finding its way into the space between the big end bearing and crankshaft. A rumble/knock/tapping from the bottom of the engine usually indicates a very major repair in the not too distant future..

2. A ticking noise from the top of the engine suggests a worn camshaft/cam followers or cam shells (bearings) .. usually a worn camshaft.

I'm not familiar with your model of vehicle (I'm in the UK). However, I would add that 'big end failure' isn't anywhere near as common as it was way back in the 70s. I would guess that your ticking noise has something to do with the camshaft. Any half-decent workshop would be able to diagnose the problem within a couple of minutes.

It's a relatively quick and easy job to change an overhead camshaft (I'm guessing your vehicle is overhead cam..). You may have to open your wallet and part with some of your hard earned dollars to join the 'replacement camshaft club' .. Worn camshafts aren't too uncommon.

Apr 20, 2014 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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Hey there 99 grand dam oil is full .but oil lamp flashes on and runs like champ starts easy has power but it sounds like a big big wheel toy rapping. as soon as i accellerate. Is it blown up or. if i...


I would say from your description that the low oil pressure is from a failed big end bearing or a main bearing. Changing the oil pump will not save it and if you continue to run the engine the end result will be a hole in the side of the block

Oct 16, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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What is all the part that need to be replaced when you change biend bearings?


hi, this all depends if you are talking about, a machined crankshaft, or a press fit crankshaft?
is this a 2 stroke?
or a 4 stroke engine
single cylinder
multi cylinder.

normaly you will find that modern multi cylinder engines have machined crankshafts,and the part needed to replace a big end bearing is called a shell bearing, this will be coded normaly colour on the edge of the shell will tell the size of the shell, if it has no colour the shell will have to be measured with a micromiter, and all the 4 journals may be diffrent sizes so you must not mix them up, when replacing the big end the cap must go back on in the same place and direction as previously fitted

if you have a single or twin cylinder it may be fitted with a removable crankshft pin, this requires special tools to complete this task, the parts you would need to complete the job would be a conrod kit

regards
paul

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Hi, i have a toyota fielder 1.8cc with a some problem which has now come up. when i switch on esp in the morning after staying overnight, it produces some really annoying sound from the engine. when the...


If it is a 'squealing' noise it's probably the alternator/power steering drive belt. Before you turn on the engine in the morning, lightlt smear or spray some oil on the inside of the drive belt to lubricate it. If the squealing stops/disappears, then that's the fault ..

That squealing noise can be caused by an incorrectly tensioned belt, or a worn belt. Replacement is the only option.

The other frightening sounds can best be described as 'rattles' or 'tapping'. When a car stands overnight all the oil drains back into the sump (oil/pan).

There are two things (usually) that can be cause the rattle/tap:
1. Because the oil hasn't been pumped around the system, at start up worn big end bearings can rattle and tap on the crankshaft until the oil 'fills the gaps'. The tapping/rattling goes away as the engine warms and oil is pumped around the lubricating system.

A 'bottom end tapping' is a symptom of worn big ends (they are bearings at the bottom of the piston and fit around the crankshaft).

2. A rattle/tapping from the top of the engine can either be a worn camshaft or 'lazy tappets'. Again, when the engine warms and oil gets to the camshaft and tappets (also called 'hydraulic lifters) the noise will disappear.

If your car has this rattling/tapping noise - identify whether it is coming from just under the rocker box (ie the camshaft/tappets..) or the bottom end of the engine (big end bearings).

If the noise is coming from the top of the engine, try an oil change with a can of thick 'additive' included. A lazy tappet (lifter) isn't too much to worry about. A worn camshaft will affect the performance of the engine, though continue to do its job. An oil change with an additive included may help in quitening things down.

A bottom end tap/rattle (or 'knock') - the sooner that is sorted out the better.

Aug 16, 2010 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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How do you change a oil pump


This is straight from the book.
1. Remove oil pan.
2. Place large drain pan under engine
3. Unbolt the pump and exstension shaft from the rear main cap.
4. Lower same
5.Before reinstall prime the pump with engine oil. Pour oil in the exstension shaft while turning the pump.
6. Attach the pump, extension shaft and retainer to the main bearing cap.
(aling the pump with the dowel pins while you align the top end of the exstension shaft with the lower end of the oil pump drive.
Note when proper it fits into place easily.
7. install the pump mounting bolt and torque to spec.
8. Put the oil pan back on.

Jan 28, 2010 | 1997 Pontiac Sunfire

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I have a 55 maxus ldv van. i have problems starting it most mornings,have had it jump started on boyh occassions and it will run all day, but next morning i have same problem,there seems to be power in the...


sounds like it could be the pressure control valve on the fuel pump not an expensive repair. the pressure drops in the line over night. try priming the filter whilst the engine is being cranked. the control valve is held on by 3 torx screws on the end of the pump.

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Low psi and knock at start up 2002 dodge dakata 125,000 miles, check engine light on


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