+ 1.1. Governing bodies and devices
+ 2. Technical characteristics
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Exhaust system
+ 6. Power supply system
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Running gear
- 9. Steering
9.1. Technical characteristics
9.2. Steering wheel
+ 9.3. Steering column
9.4. Steering mechanism
9.5. Adjustment of the mechanism of a steering
9.6. Steering draft
9.7. Pump of the hydraulic booster of a steering
9.8. Check of pressure of forcing of the pump of the hydraulic booster of a steering
9.9. Pumping of system of the hydraulic booster of a steering
9.10. Driving belt of the pump of the hydraulic booster
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment
работа в Москве
Pump of the hydraulic booster of a steering (the 5-cylinder engine)
2–a forward arm on the pump;
4–a back arm on the pump;
5–a bringing hose;
6–a taking-away hose;
7–a hose of supply of liquid to a receiver;
8, 10 – nuts;
13-bolt of fastening of an adjusting level;
14-bolt of an adjusting level;
Pump of the hydraulic booster of a steering (the 4-cylinder engine)
2–external half of a pulley;
4–internal half of a pulley;
|7–a taking-away hose;
8–a bringing hose;
11-a hose of supply of liquid to a receiver
| PERFORMANCE ORDER
|1. To remove a belt of a drive of the pump.
|2. To mark hoses, for example, a sticky tape. To turn off bringing bolts of fastening and to disconnect hoses from the pump, having removed sealing rings (them surely replace).
|3. To turn out an adjusting bolt and a bolt of an adjusting level.
| 4. To turn off a nut, to take out a bolt and to remove the pump from an arm.
| PERFORMANCE ORDER
|1. To establish the pump on an arm, to insert a bolt and to wrap a fastening nut, without tightening it.
|2. To connect hoses tips to the pump according to earlier made marking and to wrap bringing bolts, previously having put new sealing rings. To tighten bringing bolts the corresponding moment. To watch, that hoses were not overwound.
|3. To establish and pull a driving belt (see subsection 9.10).
| 4. To pump over hydraulic system of a steering (see subsection 9.9).