Just stuff it back up in there Parts and C they are hard plastic. I troubleshot every thing possible and I am pretty certain that I do not have any air in the system nor do I have any leaks. Take the belt off the camshaft sprocket , taking care not to rotate either the camshaft or crankshaft.
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How to remove a cylinder head
Refit all other parts, except for the rocker or camshaft cover and the air cleaner , in the reverse order of dismantling. Use a socket and bar to loosen the nuts or bolts securing the head in the reverse of the tightening sequence for the engine see car handbook. Just stuff it back up in there Cylinder compression test A good way to check engine wear is to test the compression of each cylinder using a compression This will run the fan at hi speed instead of lo speed.
The OEM lo speed fan will not come on at speeds over 35 mph unless the temperature exceeds something like F. Take care not to get oil on the belt. Hyundai Forum forums, you must first register. If the engine has a timing chain , after removing the camshaft cover, remove the nut from the camshaft sprocket. It will not affect the hi speed fan logic at all.
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How to remove a cylinder head | How a Car Works
Going through the thread to make sure I didn't miss anything and Red, those plastic shields you've mentioned are not between the condenser and rad, on mine there were on the very front, right behind the bumper. The only thing I can conclude from this is that the temps are in ok'ish range when the fan is on high speed. Parts and C they are hard plastic. Over 20 hours of footage — see the contents.