lever included in
lifter holder set
57001-1153 between the cam and
(See step 1
in fig. N85.)
ePush the lever in and pry
down so that the valve lifter
is forced away from the camshaft. (See step 2 in
elnsert the small end of the holder
in the valve
lifer holder set between the camshaft and valve lifter
rim, and remove the lever
(See step 3 in fig. N85.)
eRemove the shim carefully so that it dose not pop out
of the valve lifter top.
eCheck the present shim thickness (shim size) which is
printed on the shim surface.
Refer to valve adjust-
ment Charts (Table 83 and 4 on pp. 15-16), and select
the shim which will bring the valve clearance within the
Shims are available in sizes from 2.00
to 3.20 mm, in increments of 0.05mm.
elnsert the new shim on the valve lifter with the num-
bered side facing downwards so the number won't be
polished off by the action of the cam.
not put shim stock under the shim. This may cause
the shim to pop out at high rpm, causing extensive
not grind the shim. This may cause it to fracture,
causing extensive engine damage.
olf the smallest shim dose not sufficiently increase
ance, the valve seat is probably worn. In this case, (a)
repair the valve seat (p.
(b) grind down the valve
(c) then recheck the clearance.
eReinsert the lever to release the valve lifter, and remove
eMake sure that the valve clearance is correct. If it is
eRemove the rubber plate.
elnstall the removed parts.
Refer to p. 290, noting the following.
1. Adjust the idle speed to 850 - 950 r/min (rpm) for
U.S. model, and adjust the
speed to 800 - 900
r/min (rpm) for other models.
Refer to pp. 18 - 19, noting the following.
Use new vacuum gauge 57001 - 1152 to
nize the carburetors.
Torque and locking Agent
Refer to pp. 37 - 42, noting the following.
Alternator rotor bolt
Alternator stator Allen bolts 1/>6 P1.0
Baffle plate mounting screws 1/>6 P1.0
*Crankshaft torsion damper bolt
**Sub-alternator rotor bolt
**Sub-alternator stator Allen bolt 1/>5 PO.8
* : Other than U.S. and Canadian models
** : U.S. and Canadian models