VAZ 2101, 2102
1. Specifications
2. Operation and service
3. The engine
3.1. Features of the device
3.2. Possible malfunctions of the engine, their reason and elimination methods
3.3. Removal and engine installation
3.4. Engine dismantling
3.5. Engine assemblage
3.6. Bench tests of the engine
3.7. Engine check on the car
3.8. The block of cylinders
3.8.1. Features of the device
3.8.2. The general clearing and survey
3.8.3. Check of tightness of the block of cylinders
3.8.4. Cylinders
3.8.5. A plane of a socket with a head of cylinders
3.9. Pistons and rods
3.10. A cranked shaft and a flywheel
3.11. A head of cylinders and клапанный the mechanism
3.12. A camshaft and its drive
3.13. Cooling system
3.14. Greasing system
4. Fuel system
5. Ignition system
6. Start and gymnastics system
7. Transmission
8. A running gear
9. A steering
10. Brake system
11. An electric equipment
12. A body
13. Features of repair
14. Appendices


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3.8.3. Check of tightness of the block of cylinders

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. If there is a suspicion on hit of a cooling liquid in картер at the special stand check up tightness of the block of cylinders. For this purpose, having muffled apertures of a cooling shirt of the block of cylinders, force in it water of a room temperature under the pressure of 0,3 МПа (3 kgs/sm2). Within two minutes it should not be observed leaks of water from the block of cylinders.
2. If oil hit in cooling liquid without full dismantling of the engine check up is observed, whether there are no cracks at the block of cylinders in zones of oil channels. For this purpose merge cooling liquid from cooling system, remove a head of cylinders, fill a shirt of cooling of the block of cylinders with water and submit compressed air to the vertical oil channel of the block of cylinders. In case of occurrence of vials of air in the water filling a shirt of cooling, replace the block of cylinders.

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