Volkswagen Golf ll, Jetta II

1983-1992 of release

Repair and car operation



Volkswagen Golf 2 / Jett 2
+ 1.1. Short technical characteristics of diesel engines
- 2. Engine
   2.1. Removal and engine installation
   - 2.2. Dismantling and engine assembly
      - 2.2.1. Engines in volume of 1,1 and 1,3 l
         2.2.1.1. Removal and installation of a head of the block of cylinders
         2.2.1.2. Dismantling of a head of the block of cylinders
         2.2.1.3. Survey, check and repair of a head of the block of cylinders
         2.2.1.4. Assembly of a head of the block of cylinders
         2.2.1.5. Adjustment of gaps between cams of a cam-shaft and levers of valves
         2.2.1.6. Technical condition of hydropushers of valves
         2.2.1.7. Camshaft drive
         2.2.1.8. Flywheel
         2.2.1.9. Epiploons of a cranked shaft
         2.2.1.10. Oil case
         2.2.1.11. Oil pump
         2.2.1.12. Shatunno-porshnevaya group
         2.2.1.13. Cranked shaft
         2.2.1.14. Check of the block of cylinders
      + 2.2.2. Engines in volume of 1,6 and 1,8 l
      + 2.2.3. Diesel engine
   + 2.3. System of greasing of the engine
   + 2.4. System of cooling of the engine
   + 2.5. System of production of the fulfilled gases
+ 3. Power supply system
+ 4. Coupling
+ 5. Transmission
+ 6. Transmission
+ 7. Forward drive
+ 8. Steering
+ 9. Suspension brackets
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



2.2.1.5. Adjustment of gaps between cams of a cam-shaft and levers of valves

GENERAL INFORMATION

Considering from a cam-shaft drive:

 – valves No. 1, 3, 5, 7 – inlet;
 – valves No. 2, 4, 6, 8 – final.

Gaps in a drive of valves on the cold engine (the temperature of cooling liquid is lower 35 ° C) make:

 – inlet valve 0,10 + 0,05 mm;
 – final valve 0,20 + 0,05 mm.

Gaps in a drive of valves on the hot engine (temperature of cooling liquid 80 ° C) make:

 – inlet valve 0,15 + 0,05 mm;
 – final valve 0,25 + 0,05 mm.

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To uncover 5 (see fig. Head of the block of cylinders) block heads.
2. To turn a cranked shaft so that both cams of a camshaft on the checked cylinder were directed up.
3. By Shchup to measure a gap between a cam of a cam-shaft and the valve lever 10 (see fig. Camshaft and valves).
4. If the gap differs from specified above, rotation of an adjusting bolt 9 to establish a demanded gap. The gap is considered established correctly if ωσο moves ahead with appreciable effort.
5. In the same way to adjust gaps for other cylinders.
6. To establish a cover of a head of the block.