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Высокие технологии Non-VVT-i engines
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Crankshaft oil seal

Oil control valve filter

Oil control valve

Undo the bolt and withdrawn the oil control valve from the cylinder head

Camshaft VVT-i unit


Oil control valve filter

Oil control valve

6 Disconnect the wiring plug from the control valve, and connect an ohmmeter to the valve terminals. The resistance should be 6.9 to 7.9Ohms. If the resistance is not as specified the valve may be defective.

7 Clean the filter and ensure it's free from debris and damage.

8 As the VVT-i unit is integral with the intake

camshaft sprocket, refitting is described in Section 6.

9 Check the condition of the O-ring seal on the valve and renew if necessary.

10 Insert the valve into the cylinder head and tighten the retaining bolt to the specified torque. Reconnect the wiring plug.

11 Insert the filter into the cylinder head.

12 Check the condition of the plug sealing washer and renew if necessary. Refit the plug and tighten it to the specified torque.

- renewal

1 Remove the timing belt and crankshaft sprocket (see Section 5).

2 Note how far the seal is recessed in the bore, then carefully pry it out of the oil pump housing with a screwdriver or seal removal tool

(see illustration).Don't scratch the housingbore or damage the crankshaft in the process (if the crankshaft is damaged, the new seal will end up leaking). Note: The seal may be easier to remove if the old seal lip is cut with a sharp utility knife first (see illustration).

3 Clean the bore in the housing and coat the outer edge of the new seal with engine oil or multi-purpose grease. Apply a little grease to the seal lip.