Mitsubishi Pajero

1982-1998 of release

Repair and car operation



Mitsubisi Padzhero
+ 1.1. Dashboard and control units
+ 2. Maintenance
- 3. Engines
   3.1. Candles
   3.2. Check of wires
   + 3.3. Ignition system
   - 3.4. Major maintenance of the engine
      3.4.1. Engine electric equipment
      3.4.2. Ignition distributor
      + 3.4.3. Generator
      3.4.4. Battery
      3.4.5. Starter
      3.4.6. Traction relay of a starter
      3.4.7. Sensors
      - 3.4.8. Instructions on service and engine repair
         3.4.8.1. Engine diagnostics by means of the vacuum gage
         3.4.8.2. Compression check in engine cylinders
         3.4.8.3. Dismantle of the power unit
         3.4.8.4. Major maintenance of the engine - alternatives
      3.4.9. Compression check in cylinders of engines
      3.4.10. Specifications of engines
      + 3.4.11. Removal and engine installation
      3.4.12. Cover of a head of the block of cylinders
      + 3.4.13. Rollers and yokes
      3.4.14. Thermostat of system of cooling
      3.4.15. Inlet collector
      3.4.16. Final collector
      3.4.17. The incorporated collector (a diesel engine with a turbo-supercharging)
      3.4.18. Turbokompressor
      3.4.19. Turbonagnetatel
      3.4.20. Radiator
      3.4.21. Maslookhladitel
      3.4.22. Fan
      3.4.23. The pump of cooling liquid
      + 3.4.24. Head of cylinders
      3.4.25. Valves and springs
      3.4.26. Saddles
      3.4.27. Replacement of directing plugs
      3.4.28. Hydropushers
      + 3.4.29. Gear belt and covers
      3.4.30. Chain and cover (engine of 2,6 l)
      3.4.31. Oil pallet
      3.4.32. Oil pump and saylent-rollers (vibrogasitel)
      3.4.33. Cam-shafts and support
      3.4.34. Check of a condition of a cam-shaft
      + 3.4.35. Pistons and rods
      3.4.36. Back epiploon
      3.4.37. Radical bearings
      3.4.38. Flywheel
      + 3.4.39. Exhaust system
   + 3.5. Diesel and turbodiesel engines 2,5 and 2,8 of l
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Greasing system
+ 6. Power supply system
+ 7. Release system
+ 8. Fuel system
+ 9. Running gear
+ 10. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 11. Brake system
+ 12. Body
+ 13. Electric equipment
+ 14. Electroschemes




3.4.8.1. Engine diagnostics by means of the vacuum gage

GENERAL INFORMATION

Measurement of depression is reliable and rather cheap way of diagnostics of the engine.

According to indications of the vacuum gage it is possible to receive idea of a condition of piston group, of tightness of laying of a head of the block of the cylinders which are soaking up and final collectors, correctness of adjustments of a power supply system of the engine and production of exhaust gases, capacity of exhaust gases, a condition of valves (their zalipaniye or a burn-out) and springs of valves and also to check correctness of adjustment of the moment of ignition and preservation of phases of a gazoraspredeleniye at operation of the engine.

Unfortunately, indications of the vacuum gage are difficult for interpreting and results of the analysis of indications can be erroneous therefore, vacuum diagnostics is expedient for uniting with other methods.

Initial factors on which indications of the vacuum gage are analyzed and the most exact conclusions about an engine condition become, absolute instrument reading and nature of movement of an arrow of the device (dynamics of indications) are. A scale of the majority of vacuum gages проградуирована in mm. рт. column. In process of depression increase (and respectively pressure drop) instrument reading increases.

On each 300 m above sea level absolute indications of the vacuum gage will differ approximately on 25 mm Hg.

Attach the vacuum gage directly to a soaking-up collector, but not to other openings through which the vacuum, by the channel of a certain length separated from a collector (for example, to openings before a butterfly valve) is created.

Before the beginning of tests completely warm up the engine. Block wheels and put the car on the hand brake. At position of the lever of gear shifting in neutral situation (or in the situation Park on cars with automatic transmission) start the engine and leave to idle.


Prevention

Before engine start carefully check a condition of blades of the fan (existence on them of damages or cracks). In operating time of the engine do not bring a hand too close to the fan, hold the device on sufficient removal from the fan and do not stand on one line with a rotating krylchatka.


Check the vacuum gage indication. On the serviceable engine the vacuum gage should show depression of 430-560 mm Hg, and the arrow of the device should be almost motionless.

The description of character of indications of the vacuum gage and technique of definition of a condition of the engine on their basis

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Too low level of depression usually indicates on not tightness of laying between a soaking-up collector and the chamber of a butterfly valve, a vacuum hose, and also too late ignition or for the wrong moment of opening and closing of valves. Before removing covers of a gear belt and to check combination of adjusting labels check ignition installation by means of a stroboscope and eliminate all other possible reasons, being guided by the techniques of check described in the present Chapter.
2. If vacuum gage indications on 75–200 mm Hg are lower normal and are unstable (the arrow twitches), it indicates a leak in laying on an entrance of a soaking-up collector or on malfunction of a nozzle.
3. If the arrow regularly deviates on 50–100 mm Hg, the reason is not tightness of valves. For confirmation of this conclusion check a compression in engine cylinders.
4. The arrow irregularly deviates towards low indications, or shaking shows low depression. A probable cause is the increased resistance to movement of valves, or interruptions in operation of cylinders. Check a compression in cylinders and examine candles.
5. If idling the arrow quickly fluctuates within 100 mm Hg, and operation of the engine is accompanied by a smoke from the exhaust silencer, directing plugs of valves are worn-out. For check of this conclusion it is necessary to carry out tests of chambers of combustion for tightness (with an air rating). If the arrow quickly fluctuates and the increase in turns of the engine is at the same time observed, it is necessary to check tightness of laying of a soaking-up collector, elasticity of springs of valves. Such indications also can be caused by a burn-out of valves and interruptions in operation of cylinders (ignition failures).
6. Weak fluctuations of an arrow (within 20–30 mm Hg in both parties) indicate unstable work of ignition. Check all provided installations and adjustments, if necessary connect to the engine the analyzer of system of ignition.
7. At big fluctuations of an arrow check a compression in cylinders, or carry out tests for tightness as causes of defect can be the idle cylinder, or violation of tightness of laying of a head of cylinders.
8. If instrument readings slowly change in a wide range, check purity of pipelines of system of compulsory ventilation of a case, correctness of adjustment of gas mixture, tightness of laying of the case of a butterfly valve, or soaking-up collector.
9. Sharply open a butterfly valve and when turns of the engine will reach 2500 rpm release a zaslonka. Zaslonka should come back to a starting position slowly. Indications of the vacuum gage should fall almost to zero, then increase and exceed the control indications corresponding to stationary idling approximately on 125 mm Hg then depression should be restored at former level. If depression is restored slowly, and at sharp opening of a zaslonka excess of the control indication is absent, wear of piston rings can be the reason. At the slowest restoration of depression check purity of a final path (as a rule the exhaust silencer or the catalytic converter). The simplest way of such check consists in disconnection of an exhaust path before a suspicious site and in test repetition.