CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After ’07)

Remove the cylinder head cover (page 9-7). Remove the crankshaft hole cap and O-ring.

“Д" MARK

PUNCH MARK

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Turn the crankshaft clockwise to align the punch mark on the primary drive gear with the "Д" mark on the right crankcase cover.

Make sure the piston is at TDC (Top Dead Center) on the compression stroke.

This position can be obtained by confirming that there is slack in the rocker arm.

If there is no slack, rotate the crankshaft clockwise one full turn, and match up the punch mark on the primary drive gear with "Д" mark on the right crank­case cover again.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

BOLT/SEALING WASHER

Check that the index line on the cam sprocket aligns with the "Д" mark on the camshaft holder.

Remove the cam chain tensioner lifter bolt and sealing washer.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)Insert the stopper tool into the cam chain tensioner lifter.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

TENSIONER STOPPER

Turn the stopper tool clockwise fully and lock the cam chain tensioner lifter by pushing the handle.

TOOL:

Tensioner stopper 070MG-0010100 or

07AMG-001A100 (U. S.A. only)

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

CAM SPROCKET

Loosen the one cam sprocket bolt.

Be careful not to drop the bolts into the crankcase.

Be careful not to drop the decompressor shaft and decompressor plunger.

Turn the crankshaft clockwise one turn, and remove the other cam sprocket bolt.

Turn the crankshaft clockwise one turn again, and remove the remaining cam sprocket bolt.

Remove the cam sprocket from the camshaft and cam chain.

Suspend the cam chain with a piece of wire to prevent it from falling into the crankcase.

CAM CHAIN

CAMSHAFT HOLDER ASSEMBLY

Make sure the piston is at TDC (Top Dead Center) on

the compression stroke.

Loosen the camshaft holder mounting bolts in a

crisscross pattern in two or three steps.

Remove the camshaft holder assembly.

• Valve lifters are installed into the camshaft holder assembly.

• The shims may stick to the inside of the valve lifters. Do not allow the shims to drop into the crankcase.

• Be careful not to drop the decompressor shaft and decompressor plunger.

BOLTS

VALVE

LIFTERS

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Be sure to mark the valve lifters so they can be installed in their original positions.

Remove the valve lifters from the camshaft holder assembly.

DISASSEMBLY

SHAFT

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Remove the decompressor shaft and decompressor plunger.

PLUNGER

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Remove the stopper ring.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Thread a 6 mm bolt into the rocker arm shaft, and pull out the rocker arm shaft from the camshaft holder.

ROCKER ARM ROCKER ARM SHAFT

Remove the rocker arm.

Remove the snap ring.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

SNAP RING

CAMSHAFT HOLDER

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Remove the camshaft from the camshaft holder.

NOTICE

Make sure the intake lobes are facing up when removing the camshaft from the holder to prevent damaging the intake lifter bores.

INSPECTION

ROCKER ARM

If the camshaft contact surface of the rocker arm is damaged or abnormally worn, check the cam lobes for damage {page 9-20).

Inspect the camshaft contact surface of the rocker arm for wear or damage.

Measure the rocker arm I. D.

SERVICE LIMIT: 12.05 mm (0.474 in)

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

ROCKER ARM SHAFT

Inspect the rocker arm shaft for wear or damage. Measure the rocker arm shaft O. D.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

SERVICE LIMIT: 11.92 mm (0.469 in)

Calculate the rocker arm-to-shaft clearance. SERVICE LIMIT: 0.10 mm (0.004 in)

CAMSHAFT

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Turn the outer race of the camshaft bearing with your finger.

The bearing should turn smoothly and quietly.

Also check that the bearing inner race fits tightly on the camshaft.

Replace the camshaft assembly if the bearing does not turn smoothly, quietly or if it fits loosely on the camshaft.

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Check the cam lobe surfaces for scoring or evidence of insufficient lubricant.

Measure the height of each cam lobe.

SERVICE LIMITS:

IN: 36.890 mm (1.4524 in)

EX: 35.063 mm (1.3804 in)

NOTE:

Check the rocker arm if the cam lobe is worn or damage.

DECOMPRESSOR SHAFT/PLUNGER

SHAFT

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

PLUNGER

Check the decompressor shaft for bend or damage. Check the decompressor plunger for wear or dam­age.

Replace them if necessary.

CAM SPROCKET/DECOMPRESSOR WEIGHT/ SPRING

CAM SPROCKET DECOMPRESSOR WEIGHT

SPRING

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Check the cam sprocket teeth for wear or damage. Check the decompressor weight for damage.

Check the spring for fatigue by moving the decompressor weight with your finger.

Replace the cam sprocket, decompressor weight and spring as an assembly if necessary.

CAMSHAFT HOLDER

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Turn the inner race of the camshaft bearing with your finger.

The bearing should turn smoothly and quietly.

Also check that the bearing outer race fits tightly in the camshaft holder.

Remove and discard the bearing if the race does not turn smoothly, quietly, or if it fits loosely in the cam­shaft holder (page 9-21).

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

Check the valve lifter bore scoring, scratches or damage.

Measure each valve lifter bore I. D.

SERVICE LIMIT: 26.04 mm (1.025 in)

VALVE LIFTER

Check the valve lifter for scoring, scratches or dam­age.

Measure each valve lifter O. D.

SERVICE LIMIT: 25.97 mm (1.022 in)

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

CAMSHAFT REMOVAL (After '07)

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