DRIVETRAIN SYSTEMS UNIFORM INSPECTION GUIDELINES *

1988 Jeep Cherokee

GENERAL INFORMATION

Drivetrain/Transmission Motorist Assurance Program

Standards For Automotive Repair

All Makes and Models

INTRODUCTION TO MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM (MAP)

CONTENTS

OVERVIEW OF MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM OVERVIEW OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS & SUGGESTIONS

Drive/Power Train Assemblies

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLIES DIFFERENTIAL AND FINAL DRIVE ASSEMBLIES MANUAL TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLIES TRANSFER CASE ASSEMBLIES

Drive/Power Train Components

ACTUATORS (ELECTRICAL)

ACTUATORS (VACUUM)

AXLES

BEARINGS AND RACES

BELL CRANKS

BELL HOUSINGS

BUSHINGS (EXTERNAL)

CABLES (SPEEDOMETER)

CABLES (TV, DETENT AND SHIFT)

CARRIER BEARINGS

CLUTCH CABLES AND CABLE HOUSINGS

CLUTCH DISCS (MANUAL TRANSMISSION)

CLUTCH FORKS

CLUTCH LINKAGES (MECHANICAL)

CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDERS

CLUTCH PEDALS

CLUTCH PIVOTS

CLUTCH PRESSURE PLATES

CLUTCH RELEASE BEARINGS

CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDERS (CONCENTRIC)

CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDERS (CONVENTIONAL OR EXTERNAL)

COMPANION FLANGES

CONNECTORS

COOLER BYPASS VALVES

COOLER LINES

COOLERS

CV JOINTS

DIP STICK TUBES

DIP STICKS (FLUID LEVEL INDICATORS)

DOWEL PINS, GUIDES AND PILOT HOLES

DRIVE SHAFT FLANGES

DRIVE SHAFTS AND HALF SHAFTS

DUST BOOTS

ENGINE MOUNTS

EXCITER RINGS

FILLER TUBES

FILTERS AND SCREENS

FLANGES

FLEX PLATES

FLUID LEVEL INDICATORS

FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS

FLYWHEELS

FORCE MOTORS

GUIDES

HALF SHAFTS

HOSES, LINES AND TUBES

HOUSINGS (BELL, CASE, TAIL (EXTENSION) AND AUXILIARY)

INTERMEDIATE SHAFT SUPPORT BEARINGS

KEY INTERLOCK SYSTEMS

LIMITED SLIPS

LINES

LINKAGES (EXTERNAL)

LOCKING HUB ASSEMBLIES

LOCKING HUB CONTROL KNOBS

LUBRICANTS

METAL-CLAD SEALS

METALASTIC JOINTS

MODULATOR PINS

MODULATORS

MOUNTS (ENGINE, TRANSAXLE AND TRANSMISSION)

ODOMETER DRIVES (MECHANICAL)

ODOMETER HEADS (MECHANICAL)

OIL PANS

PANS

PILOT HOLES

PRESSURE PLATES

PRESSURE SWITCHES

RACES

RUBBER JOINTS (METALASTIC)

SCREENS

SEALS

SEALS (METAL-CLAD)

SELECTOR INTERLOCK SYSTEMS

SERVOS

SHIFT INTERLOCK SYSTEMS (SELECTOR AND KEY INTERLOCK SYSTEMS)

SENSORS

SIDE COVERS

SLIP YOKES

SOLENOIDS

SPEED SENSORS (ELECTRONIC WHEEL AND VEHICLE)

SPEEDOMETER-DRIVEN GEAR HOUSINGS

SPEEDOMETER/ODOMETER DRIVES (MECHANICAL)

SPEEDOMETER/ODOMETER HEADS (MECHANICAL)

SPEEDOMETERS AND ODOMETERS (ELECTRONIC)

SWITCHES

TONE WHEELS

TOOTHED RINGS (TONE WHEELS)

TORQUE CONVERTERS

TRANSAXLE MOUNTS

TRANSDUCERS (TRANSMISSION)

TRANSMISSION COOLERS

TRANSMISSION MOUNTS

TRANSMISSION PANS

TRANSMISSION RANGE INDICATORS (PRNDL)

TUBES

UNIVERSAL JOINTS (CARDON OR CROSS TYPE)

VACUUM CONTROLS

VACUUM HOSES

VACUUM MOTORS

VACUUM-OPERATED SWITCHES

VEHICLE SPEED SENSORS

VENTS

VIBRATION DAMPERS

WHEEL ATTACHMENT HARDWARE

WHEEL SPEED SENSORS

WIRING HARNESSES AND CONNECTORS

YOKES AND SLIP YOKES

INTRODUCTION TO MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM (MAP)

OVERVIEW OF MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM

The Motorist Assurance Program is the consumer outreach effort of the Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association, Inc. (AMRA). Participation in the Motorist Assurance Program is drawn from retailers, suppliers, independent repair facilities, vehicle manufacturers and industry associations.

Our organizations mission is to strengthen the relationship between the consumer and the auto repair industry. We produce materials that give motorists the information and encouragement to take greater responsibility for their vehicles-through proper, manufacturer-recommended, maintenance. We encourage participating service and repair shops (including franchisees and dealers) to adopt (1) a Pledge of Assurance to their Customers and (2) the Motorist Assurance Program Standards of Service. All participating service providers have agreed to subscribe to this Pledge and to adhere to the promulgated Standards of Service demonstrating to their customers that they are serious about customer satisfaction.

These Standards of Service require that an inspection of the vehicles (problem) system be made and the results communicated to the customer according to industry standards. Given that the industry did not have such standards, the Motorist Assurance Program successfully promulgated industry inspection communication standards in 1994-95 for the following systems: Exhaust, Brakes, ABS, Steering and Suspension, Engine Maintenance and Performance, HVAC, and Electrical Systems. Further, revisions to all of these inspection were recently published. Further, revisions to all of these inspection communication standards are continually republished. In addition to these, standards for Drive Train and Transmissions have recently been promulgated. Participating shops utilize these Uniform Inspection & Communication Standards as part of the inspection process and for communicating their findings to their customers.

The Motorist Assurance Program continues to work

cooperatively and proactively with government agencies and consumer groups toward solutions that both benefit the customer and are mutually acceptable to both regulators and industry. We maintain the belief that industry must retain control over how we conduct our business, and we must be viewed as part of the solution and not part of the problem. Meetings with state and other government officials (and their representatives), concerned with auto repair and/or consumer protection, are conducted. Feedback from these sessions is brought back to the association, and the program adjusted as needed.

To assure auto repair customers recourse if they were not satisfied with a repair transaction, the Motorist Assurance Program offers mediation and arbitration through MAP/BBB-CARE and other nonprofit organizations. MAP conducted pilot programs in twelve states before announcing the program nationally in October, 1998. During the pilots, participating repair shops demonstrated their adherence to the Pledge and Standards and agreed to follow the UICS in communicating the results of their inspection to their customers. To put some "teeth" in the program, an accreditation requirement for shops was initiated. The requirements are stringent, and a self-policing method

has been incorporated which includes the "mystery shopping" of outlets.

We welcome you to join us as we continue our outreach... with your support, both the automotive repair industry and your customers will reap the benefits. Please visit MAP at our Internet site www. motorist.org or contact us at:

1444 I Street, NW Suite 700

Washington, DC 20005

Phone (202) 712-9042 Fax (202) 216-9646 January 1999

MAP UNIFORM INSPECTION GENERAL GUIDELINES

OVERVIEW OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS & SUGGESTIONS

It is MAP policy that all exhaust, brake, steering, suspension, wheel alignment, drive-line, engine performance and maintenance, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and electrical services be offered and performed under the standards and procedures specified in these sections.

Before any service is performed on a vehicle, an inspection of the appropriate system must be performed. The results of this inspection must be explained to the customer and documented on an inspection form. The condition of the vehicle and its components will indicate what services/part replacements may be "Required" or "Suggested". In addition, suggestions may be made to satisfy the requests expressed by the customer.

When a component is suggested or required to be repaired or replaced, the decision to repair or replace must be made in the customers best interest, and at his or her choice given the options available.

This section lists the various parts and conditions that indicate a required or suggested service or part replacement. Although this list is extensive, it is not fully inclusive. In addition to this list, a technician may make a suggestion. However, any suggestions must be based on substantial and informed experience, or the vehicle manufacturers recommended service interval and must be documented.

Some conditions indicate that service or part replacement is required because the part in question is no longer providing the function for which it is intended, does not meet a vehicle manufacturers design specification or is missing.

Example:

An exhaust pipe has corroded severely and has a hole

in it through which exhaust gases are leaking. Replacement

of the exhaust pipe in this case is required due to

functional failure.

Example:

A brake rotor has been worn to the point where it measures less than the vehicle manufacturers discard specifications. Replacement of the rotor is required because it does not meet design specifications.

Some conditions indicate that a service or part replacement is suggested because the part is close to the end of its useful life or addresses a customers need, convenience or request. If a customers vehicle has one of these conditions, the procedure may be only to suggest service.

Example:

An exhaust pipe is rusted, corroded or weak, but no leaks are present. In this case, the exhaust pipe has not failed. However, there is evidence that the pipe may need replacement in the near future. Replacement of the pipe may be suggested for the customers convenience in avoiding a future problem.

Example:

The customer desires improved ride and/or handling, but the vehicles shocks or struts have not failed. In this case, replacement may be suggested to satisfy the customers wishes. In this case, replacement of the shocks or struts may not be sold as a requirement.

A customer, of course, has the choice of whether or not a shop will service his or her vehicle. He or she may decide not to follow some of your suggestions. When a repair is required, a MAP shop must refuse partial service on that system if, in the judgment of the service provider, proceeding with the work could create or continue an unsafe condition. When a procedure states that required or suggested repair or replacement is recommended, the customer must be informed of the generally acceptable repair/replacement options whether or not performed by the shop.

When presenting suggested repairs to the customer, you must present the facts, allowing the customer to draw their own conclusions and make an informed decision about how to proceed.

The following reasons may be used for required and suggested services. These codes are shown in the "Code" column of the MAP Uniform Inspection & Communications Standards that follow:

Reasons to Require Repair or Replacement

A - Part no longer performs intended purpose

- Part does not meet a design specification (regardless of

performance) - Part is missing

NOTE: When a repair is required, the shop must refuse partial service to the system in question, if the repair creates or continues an unsafe condition.

Reasons to Suggest Repair or Replacement

1 - Part is close to the end of its useful life (just above

discard specifications, or weak; failure likely to occur soon, etc.)

2 - To address a customer need, convenience, or request (to

stiffen ride, enhance performance, eliminate noise, etc.)

3 - To comply with maintenance recommended by the vehicles

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)

4 - Technicians recommendation based on substantial and

informed experience

NOTE: Suggested services are always optional. When presenting suggested repairs to the customer, you must present the facts, allowing the customer to draw their own conclusions and make an informed decision about how to proceed.

DRIVE/POWER TRAIN ASSEMBLIES

SERVICE PROCEDURES REQUIRED AND SUGGESTED FOR PROPER

VEHICLE OPERATION

NOTE: Whenever transmission or drivetrain service is performed that affects the suspension alignment, for example, removing the engine cradle, it is required that the alignment be checked and corrected if necessary.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLIES

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Any internal component
failure that requires
removal of the assembly
from the vehicle for
service. (1) ........... A ........... (2) Require repair or
replacement of the automatic
transmission/transaxle
assembly.
(1) - It is Required that the torque converter and all other
failure related components be inspected for cause and
condition.
(2) - For components not requiring removal of the assembly,
refer to the component listing in this document.

DIFFERENTIAL AND FINAL DRIVE ASSEMBLIES

NOTE: Does not include half shafts.

DIFFERENTIAL AND FINAL DRIVE ASSEMBLY INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Any internal component
failure that requires
removal of the assembly
from the vehicle for
service. (1) ........... A ... Require repair or replacement
of the differential assembly.
(1) - For components not requiring removal of the assembly,
refer to the component listing in this document.

MANUAL TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLIES

MANUAL TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Any internal component
failure that requires
removal of the assembly
from the vehicle for
service. (1) ........... A ... Require repair or replacement
of the manual
transmission/transaxle
assembly.
(1) - For components not requiring removal of the assembly,
refer to the component listing in this document.

TRANSFER CASE ASSEMBLIES

TRANSFER CASE ASSEMBLY INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Any internal component
failure that requires
removal of the assembly
from the vehicle for
service. (1) ........... A ... Require repair or replacement
of the transfer case
differential assembly.
(1) - For components not requiring removal of the assembly,
refer to the component listing in this document.

DRIVE TRAIN/COMPONENTS

The conditions listed for the components included in this section assume that the problem has been isolated to the specific component through proper testing.

ACTUATORS (ELECTRICAL)

ACTUATOR (ELECTRICAL) INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of
hardware.
Attaching hardware not
functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Connector (Weatherpack
type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Connector melted,
affecting performance .. A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Connector melted, not
affecting performance .. 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or
replacement.
Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement.
Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Out of adjustment ....... B .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal burned, affecting
performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Terminal burned, not
affecting performance .. 1 ........... (1) Suggest repair or
replacement.
Terminal corroded,
affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal corroded, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Terminal loose, affecting
performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal loose, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
(1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or
replacement of part.
(2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out
of OEM specification.

ACTUATORS (VACUUM)

ACTUATOR (VACUUM) INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of
hardware.
Attaching hardware not
functioning ............ A .. Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Connector (Weatherpack
type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Connector melted,
affecting performance .. A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Connector melted, not
affecting performance .. 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or
replacement.
Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement.
Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement.
Leaking (vacuum) ........ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Linkage bent, affecting
performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage bent, not
affecting performance .. 2 ... Suggest repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage binding, affecting
performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage binding, not
affecting performance .. 1 ... Suggest repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage broken A Require repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage loose, affecting
performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage loose, not
affecting performance .. 1 ... Suggest repair or replacement
of linkage.
Linkage missing ......... C ............ Require replacement.
Linkage noisy ........... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Out of adjustment ....... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal burned, affecting
performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Terminal burned, not
affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Terminal corroded,
affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal corroded, not
affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Terminal loose, affecting
performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement.
Terminal loose, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
(1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or
replacement of part.
(2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out
of OEM specification.

AXLES

AXLE INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Bent .................... A ............ Require replacement.
Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement.
End play exceeds
specifications ......... B .. Require repair or replacement.
Flange bent ............. A ............ Require replacement.
Flange threads stripped . A .. Require repair or replacement.
Twisted ................. A ............ Require replacement.
Worn, affecting
performance ............ A ............ Require replacement.

BEARINGS AND RACES

NOTE: When replacing or repacking bearings, grease seal

replacement is required. You are not required to replace these components in axle sets. Determine the need to replace based upon the individual component conditions that follow.

BEARING AND RACE INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Bearing end-play exceeds
specifications ......... B .. Require adjustment of bearing,
if possible. If proper
adjustment cannot be obtained,
require replacement of bearing
assembly.
Bearing rollers, balls or
races are worn, pitted, or
feel rough when rotated as
an assembly ............ B .. Require replacement of bearing
assembly.

BELL CRANKS

BELL CRANK INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of
hardware.
Attaching hardware not
functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Bent .................... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Cracked ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Worn, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.

BELL HOUSINGS

See HOUSINGS (BELL, CASE, TAIL (EXTENSION) AND AUXILIARY) .

BUSHINGS (EXTERNAL)

BUSHING (EXTERNAL) INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
bent ................... B ... Require repair or replacement
of bent part if available;
otherwise, replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require replacement of broken
part if available; otherwise,
replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
corroded, affecting
structural integrity ... A . Require replacement of corroded
part if available; otherwise,
replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
incorrect .............. A .......... Require replacement of
incorrect part if available;
otherwise, replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
loose .................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of loose part if available;
otherwise, replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .. Require replacement of missing
part if available; otherwise,
replace bushing.
Attaching hardware
threads damaged ........ A ... Require repair or replacement
of part with damaged threads if
available; otherwise, replace
bushing.
Attaching hardware threads
stripped (threads
missing) ............... A ..... Require replacement of part
with stripped threads if
available; otherwise, replace
bushing.
Binding ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Contaminated ............ 1 ............ Suggest replacement.
Deteriorated, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Distorted, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Missing ................. A ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .......... (1) Further inspection
required.
Rubber separating from
internal metal sleeve on
bonded bushing ......... A ............ Require replacement.
Seized .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Shifted (out of
position) .............. B .. Require repair or replacement.
Split ................... A ............ Require replacement.
Surface cracking (weatherchecked)
............... .. ........ No service suggested or
required.
Worn, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Worn close to the end of
its useful life ........ 1 ............ Suggest replacement.
(1) - If noise isolated to bushing, suggest repair or
replacement.
CAUTION: Use only approved lubricant on rubber bushings.
Petroleum-based lubricants may damage rubber bushings.

CABLES (SPEEDOMETER)

CABLE (SPEEDOMETER) INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of
hardware.
Attaching hardware not
functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Bent .................... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Binding ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket bent, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket bent, not
affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or
required.
Bracket broken, affecting
performance ............ A ............ Require replacement.
Bracket broken, not
affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or
required.
Bracket corroded,
affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket corroded, not
affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket cracked, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket cracked, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket loose, affecting
performance ........... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket loose, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket missing ......... C ............ Require replacement.
Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Cracked ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Disconnected ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Kinked .................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Melted .................. A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Routed incorrectly ...... 2 ................. Suggest repair.
Seized .................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
(1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or
replacement of part.

CABLES (TV, DETENT AND SHIFT)

CABLE (TV, DETENT AND SHIFT) INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Attaching hardware
broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Attaching hardware
missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of
hardware.
Attaching hardware not
functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement
of hardware.
Bent .................... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Binding ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket bent, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket bent, not
affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or
required.
Bracket broken, affecting
performance ............ A ............ Require replacement.
Bracket broken, not
affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or
required.
Bracket corroded,
affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket corroded, not
affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket cracked, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket cracked, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket loose, affecting
performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Bracket loose, not
affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Bracket missing ......... C ............ Require replacement.
Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Cracked ................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Disconnected ............ A .. Require repair or replacement.
Frayed .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Kinked .................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Melted .................. A ........... (1) Require repair or
replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Out of adjustment ....... B ........... (2) Require repair or
replacement.
Routed incorrectly ...... 2 ................. Suggest repair.
Seized .................. A .. Require repair or replacement.
Self-adjuster
inoperative ............ A .. Require repair or replacement
of self-adjuster.
Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Threads stripped (threads
missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement.
(1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or
replacement of part.
(2) - Cable replacement is required if it cannot be adjusted
within specifications.

CARRIER BEARINGS

See INTERMEDIATE SHAFT SUPPORT BEARINGS.

CLUTCH CABLES AND CABLE HOUSINGS

CLUTCH CABLE AND CABLE HOUSING INSPECTION


Condition Code Procedure
Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Cable bent .............. A ............ Require replacement.
Cable binding ........... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Cable mounting loose .... B .. Require repair or replacement.
Cable out of adjustment . B .. Require repair or replacement.
Frayed .................. B ............ Require replacement.
Housing heat-damaged .... 1 ............ Suggest replacement.
Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement.
Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement.
Seized .................. A ............ Require replacement.
Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement.
Threads stripped (threads
missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement.
Worn, affecting
performance ............ A ............ Require replacement.

see part 2