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Fecha
05.mar.2018

Correas dentadas/cadenas

Intervalos de sustitución
Planes de mantenimiento
Correas de transmisión auxiliares - Sustituir 90000 Kilómetros / 120 Meses
Correa de la distribución - Sustituir 150000 Kilómetros / 120 Meses

Fig. 1

Datos devehículo:
Matrícula: Modelo: Chevrolet Cruze [09-18] Código de motor: 2HO/Z18XER
Año de construcción:

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Datos devehículo:
Matrícula: Modelo: Chevrolet Cruze [09-18] Código de motor: 2HO/Z18XER
Año de construcción:

2/2
 
Telephone:
Fax:
VAT Registration No.:

Important Note

All service items are vital to the smooth running and reliability of a vehicle, none more so than the timing belt and its associated
components. For this reason we have highlighted important information from the manufacturers' service schedules covering the
intervals for checks and replacements. Be sure that you make the vehicle owner aware of this information. Industry best practice is
to ensure that the vehicle owner is made aware of the importance of replacing the timing belt and its associated components
according to the manufacturers' specification. The service history and the use of the vehicle must be considered when deciding the
correct course of action. If there is any doubt to the serviceability of the belt and its components, they should be replaced.

Timing belt replacement intervals

Where possible the recommended intervals have been compiled from vehicle manufacturers' information. In a few instances no
recommendation has been made by the manufacturer and the decision to replace the belt must be made from the evidence of a
thorough examination of the condition of the existing belt.
Apart from the visible condition of the belt, which is explained fully in the General Instructions/Toothed Timing Belts section, there are
several other factors which must be considered when checking a timing belt:

1. Is the belt an original or a replacement?


2. When was the belt last replaced and was it at the correct mileage?
3. Is the service history of the vehicle known?
4. Has the vehicle been operated under arduous conditions which might warrant a shorter replacement interval?
5. Is the general condition of other components in the camshaft drive, such as the tensioner, pulleys, and other ancillary components
driven by the timing belt, typically the water pump, sound enough to ensure that the life of the replacement belt will not be affected?
6. If the condition of the existing belt appears good, can you be satisfied that the belt will not fail before the next check or service is due?
7. If the belt does fail, have you considered the consequences? If the engine is an INTERFERENCE type then considerable expensive
damage may well be the result.
8. The cost of replacing a belt as part of a routine service could be as little as 5 to 10% of the repair cost following a belt failure. Make sure
your customer is aware of the consequences.
9. If in doubt about the condition of the belt - RENEW it.
10. Refer to the Toothed Timing Belts/Service Replacement section for further information relating to arduous or adverse operating
conditions, inspection and service replacement.

Check For Engine Damage

CAUTION: This engine has been identified as an INTERFERENCE engine in which the possibility of valve-to-piston damage
in the event of a timing belt failure is MOST LIKELY to occur. A compression check of all cylinders should be performed
before removing the cylinder head.

Repair Times - hrs

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
Camshaft drive belt/chain - C & A 0,60

Camshaft drive belt/chain - R & I 0,80

Special Tools

Auxiliary drive belt tensioner pulley locking tool - No.EN-6349.


Camshaft sprockets locking tool - No.EN-6340.
Flywheel locking tool - No.EN-6625.
Tensioner pulley locking pin - No.EN-6333.

Special Precautions

Disconnect battery earth lead.


DO NOT turn crankshaft or camshaft when timing belt removed.
Remove spark plugs to ease turning engine.
Turn engine in normal direction of rotation (unless otherwise stated).
DO NOT turn engine via camshaft or other sprockets.
Observe all tightening torques.

Removal

WARNING: Engines with variable valve timing: Mark camshaft sprockets and camshaft adjusters with chalk or paint prior to
timing belt removal to assist alignment on installation.

1. Raise and support front of vehicle.


2. Remove:
Engine top cover.
Air filter housing and hoses.
Timing belt upper cover [1] .
RH front wheel.
RH wheel arch liner.

3. Turn auxiliary drive belt tensioner pulley to release tension on belt. Use ring spanner.
4. Lock auxiliary drive belt tensioner pulley [2] . Use tool No.EN-6349.
5. Remove:
Auxiliary drive belt.
Auxiliary drive belt tensioner pulley.

NOTE: Mark direction of rotation on belt with chalk if belt is to be reused.
6. Turn crankshaft clockwise to TDC on No.1 cylinder. Ensure timing marks aligned [3] .
7. Remove RH plate from camshaft sprockets locking tool [4] .
8. Fit camshaft sprockets locking tool [5] . Tool No.EN-6340.
9. Ensure timing mark aligned with groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [6] & [7] .
10. Ensure timing mark on inlet camshaft adjuster is positioned above groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [6] & [8] .
11. Remove bolt from cylinder block. Install flywheel locking tool [9] . Tool No.EN-6625.
12. Remove:
Crankshaft pulley bolt [10] .

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
Crankshaft pulley [11] .
Timing belt lower cover [12] .

13. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise until locking pin can be inserted [13] . Tool No.EN-6333. Use Allen key [14] .
NOTE: DO NOT slacken tensioner pulley bolt [15] .
14. Remove timing belt.
NOTE: Mark direction of rotation on belt with chalk if belt is to be reused.

Installation

1. Ensure timing marks aligned [16] .


2. Ensure timing mark aligned with groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [6] & [7] .
3. Ensure timing mark on inlet camshaft adjuster is positioned above groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [6] & [8] .
4. Fit timing belt, starting at crankshaft sprocket. Ensure belt is taut between sprockets.
NOTE: New belt supplied from manufacturer with fitting/assembly tool. Remove tool after fitment of belt.
5. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise until locking pin can be removed [13] . Use Allen key [14] .
6. Release tensioner pulley to tension belt automatically.
7. Remove:
Flywheel locking tool [9] .
Camshaft sprockets locking tool [5] .

8. Turn crankshaft slowly two turns in direction of rotation to TDC on No.1 cylinder.
9. Ensure timing marks aligned [16] .
10. Fit camshaft sprockets locking tool [5] .
11. Ensure timing mark aligned with groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [6] & [7] .
12. Ensure timing mark on inlet camshaft adjuster is positioned above groove on camshaft sprockets locking tool [8] & [6] .
13. Remove camshaft sprockets locking tool [5] .
14. Fit:
Timing belt lower cover [12] .
Crankshaft pulley [11] .
Flywheel locking tool [9] .
New crankshaft pulley bolt [10] . Tightening torque: 95 Nm + 45° + 15°.

15. Remove flywheel locking tool [9] .


16. Fit bolt to cylinder block.
17. Install components in reverse order of removal.
NOTE: Observe direction of rotation marks on auxiliary drive belt.

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013
Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
 
Telephone:
Fax:
VAT Registration No.:

Notes Specified value Measured value


Tightening torques
Cylinder head instructions
Cylinder head
Renew bolts Yes
Stage 1 Tighten 25 Nm
Stage 2 Tighten 90°
Stage 3 Tighten 90°
Stage 4 Tighten 90°
Stage 5 Tighten 45°
Other engine tightening torques
00000035 Main bearings Stage 1
Big end bearings Renew bolts/nuts Yes
Big end bearings Stage 1 35 Nm
Big end bearings Stage 2 45°+15°
00000036 Sump bolts
Sump drain bolt 14 Nm
00000037 Flywheel/driveplate
00000020 Clutch pressure plate 15 Nm 6sp=28 Nm
00000020 Crankshaft pulley/damper centre bolt 95 Nm+45°+15°
00000020 Camshaft sprocket/gear 50 Nm+150°+15°
Camshaft carrier/cap 8 Nm
Camshaft/rocker cover 8 Nm
Inlet manifold to cylinder head 20 Nm
00000020 Exhaust manifold to cylinder head 20 Nm
00000020 Exhaust downpipe to manifold 20 Nm
Water pump 8 Nm
Spark plugs 25 Nm
Fuel rail 8 Nm
Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor/engine speed (RPM) sensor 5 Nm
Camshaft position (CMP) sensor 6 Nm
Lambda sensor (Oxygen) 40 Nm
Knock sensor (KS) 20 Nm
Engine oil pressure switch 20 Nm
Oil filter 25 Nm
Chassis tightening torques
00000039 Front hub
00000020 Front hub - wheel bearing housing bolts 90 Nm+60°+15°
00000020 Rear hub - wheel bearing housing bolts 50 Nm+40°

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
00000040 Steering wheel 30 Nm
00000020 Steering rack/box mounting 110 Nm+155°±5°
00000020 Steering track rod end 35 Nm
Brake disc to hub Front 9 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Front 28 Nm
00000068 Brake caliper/carrier to hub Front
Brake disc to hub Rear 9 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Rear 28 Nm
00000020 Brake caliper/carrier to hub Rear 100 Nm+68°±7°
ABS sensor Front 6 Nm
ABS sensor Rear 6 Nm
00000034 Road wheels 140 Nm

Autodata Note 20

Use new nuts/bolts.

Autodata Note 34

Road wheels

Do NOT lubricate studs, nuts or mating surfaces.

Autodata Note 35

Main bearings

Apply sealant to grooves in rear main bearing cap.


Use new bolts and tighten in the following stages:
1) 50 Nm
2) 45°
3) 15°

Autodata Note 36

Sump bolts

Sump to cylinder block = 10 Nm


Sump to transmission = 40 Nm

Autodata Note 37

Flywheel/driveplate

Use new bolts.


MT = 35 Nm + 30° + 15°
AT = 60 Nm

Autodata Note 39

Front hub

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-
Use new nut.
1) 150 Nm
2) Slacken off 45°
3) 250 Nm

Autodata Note 40

Use new nuts/bolts. Apply locking fluid.

Autodata Note 68

Brake caliper/carrier to hub

Use new bolts.


15" brakes (RPO No. J67) = 100 Nm + 68±7°
16" brakes (RPO No. J60) = 150 Nm + 53±7°

Tightening sequence

Manufacturer: Chevrolet Model: Cruze 1,8 (c) Autodata Limited 2013


Engine code: 2HO/Z18XER Output: 103 (140) 6300 . 25/08/2016
Tuned for: Euro4 Year: 2009-11 V9.200-