Renault Clio: D4F, and 740 or 742 or 764

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

WARNING

do not allow solvent to drip on the paintwork.

Clean the cylinder head carefully to prevent foreign bodies from entering the oil supply and return galleries.

Failure to follow this advice could lead to the blocking of the various oil inlet galleries, which would quickly result in engine damage.

WARNING

Be sure to replace all seals that have been removed.

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

III - FINAL OPERATION.

K4M

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

K4M, and 800 or 801 or 804

WARNING

Do not scrape the joint faces of the aluminium, any damage caused to the joint face will result in a risk of leaks.

IMPORTANT

Wear goggles with side protectors for this operation.

IMPORTANT

Wear leaktight gloves (Nitrile type) for this operation.

WARNING

Do not allow this product to drip onto the paintwork.

Clean the cylinder head carefully to avoid any foreign bodies entering the oil return and supply pipes.

Failure to follow this advice could lead to the blocking of the various oil inlet galleries, which would quickly result in engine damage.

WARNING

To ensure proper sealing, the gasket surfaces must be clean, dry and not greasy (avoid any finger marks).

Note: Do not put oil on the joint face of the cylinder head rocker cover.

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

WARNING

Applying excess sealant could cause it to be squeezed out when parts are tightened. A mixture of sealant and fluid could damage certain components (engine, radiator, etc.).

K4M, and 862

WARNING

Do not scrape the joint faces of the aluminium, any damage caused to the joint face will result in a risk of leaks.

IMPORTANT

Wear goggles with side protectors for this operation.

IMPORTANT

Wear leaktight gloves (Nitrile type) for this operation.

WARNING

Do not allow this product to drip onto the paintwork.

Clean the cylinder head carefully to avoid any foreign bodies entering the oil return and supply pipes.

Failure to follow this advice could lead to the blocking of the various oil inlet galleries, which would quickly result in engine damage.

WARNING

To ensure proper sealing, the gasket surfaces must be clean, dry and not greasy (avoid any finger marks).

Note: Do not put oil on the joint face of the cylinder head rocker cover.

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

WARNING

Applying excess sealant could cause it to be squeezed out when parts are tightened. A mixture of sealant and fluid could damage certain components (engine, radiator, etc.).

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rocker cover: Removal - Refitting

III - FINAL OPERATION

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 K4J

REMOVAL I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle: Towing and lifting) (MR 392, 02A, Lifting equipment). Remove: the battery (see Battery: Removal -

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