BMW 3 Series E46
since 1998 release
Repair and operation of the car
BMW 3 Series E46
+ BMW 3 cars (E46)
+ Current leaving and service
- Procedures of repair of the engine
Removal and installation of the lower cover of a motive compartment
Removal and installation of a box of an air inlet
Check of a compression
Removal and installation of the inlet pipeline
Removal and installation of a head cylinders / replacement of sealing laying
Removal and installation of camshafts
Removal and installation of the vacuum pump
Removal, installation and tension of a maple belt
+ Engine lubrication system
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply systems, injection and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ RKPP and transmission line
+ Automatic transmission
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Onboard electric equipment
+ Schemes of electric equipment
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Removal, installation and tension of a maple beltAddress also the Section Check of a Condition of Driving Ridge Belts.
By means of a wide maple belt with edges the bent shaft transfers the movement to the pump of cooling liquid and the generator. The 6-cylinder engine on a shaft of the pump of cooling liquid has a radiator fan with the viscous coupling. If there is a conditioner, then its rotation is transferred to the compressor from an additional belt with edges. As belts are located one after another, for removal of a back belt it is necessary to take off the belt which is before it previously.
Belts stretch automatically, their pulling up is not required. Usually belt service life not less service life of the car. It is necessary to replace a belt in the following cases:
- Formation of cracks.
- Emergence of noise, for example, when slipping in case of oil hit.
- In the presence of damages of type: cross cracks in edges, holes in edges, deposits of dirt and inclusions of small stones between edges, a razlokhmachivaniye or wear of side surfaces of rubber edges, address also the Section Check of a Condition of Driving Ridge Belts.