|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Packaging Details:||Neutral packing box|
|Delivery Time:||15-25working days|
|Warranty:||12 Months||Chassis:||GD3 GD6 GD8|
|Product Name:||Timing Chain Cover REA||Year:||2005-2008|
11410-REA-Z01 Auto Engine Parts,
GD6 Auto Engine Parts,
GD8 Timing Cover Gasket
Engine Timing Cover 11410-REA-Z01 Honda City Timing Cover Gasket GD6 GD8
What causes a timing cover leak?
The timing Cover has a gasket on the cover, which can make the cover firmly connected to the engine block.Over time, due to exposure to high temperature dust and road dirt.The pieces are often cracked or worn, which will reduce the tightness of the cover and may cause oil to overflow the engine and leak to the ground.
I have a Honda City,2008 model.Recently I found a leak down the passenger side of the engine.
First I replaced the VTEC Solenoid gasket(Spool Valve), then replaced the valve cover gasket along with valve cover, the 4 ring gaskets were completely intact on that one,but the leak is still there?
1) Considering TIMING CHAIN COVER.
You remove the passenger side front wheel, if it is not work then the engine mount has to be removed to be able to remove the timing chain cover.
2)Checking the VTEC Oil Pressure Switch or its o-ring.
Engine RA18A Honda 06110-RNA-000 fits Honda crossroad 2007 R16A R20A Civic R18A1 06114-RNA-000
Head set: 06110-RAA-A01,06110-RBA-E00,06110-RBB-000,06114-PPA-000
Cylinder Head: 12251-RAA-004
Civic 1600 Head set: 06110-PSH-E00,06111-PLC-010
FIT-III City Saloon
HR-V VTEC 1600
Engine 4D56 MD302889 Cylinder Head Gasket 4G56 4M40 Fits Mitsubishi Pajero II aftermarket auto gasket kits replacement
Engine L200 4D56 8V
gasket kit Gasket, Cylinder Head
Liner Cylinder/Sleeve 4pcs one complete kit
piston STD 1set=4pcs
piston pin 4pcs
piston pin clips 8pcs (piston pin price include)
piston ring 1set=4pcs
valeves seats 8pcs
The crankshaft bearing STD
Connecting rod bearing STD
crankshaft thrust washer 1set=4pcs
Engine related parts: Engine Valve,Inserts,Guides,Cylinder head, Piston,Piston rings, cylinder liner, piston pin,Engine Bearings.
Our technical specialists can try to find this part ,it can be Genuine OEM or Aftermarket 100% high quality.
Please, provide us: original parts number,vehicle brand, model, year, colour, VIN, frame and any other information, which can help us to identify your vehicle and necessary part. The more information you provide,the quicker response will be.
Q:How do I take the heads off?
A:To take the heads off, you need to remove any parts that are in the way and remove the bolts. Be sure to loosen the bolts in a specific order (which is specific to your engine), and don't loosen them more than a quarter turn at once so you don't warp the cylinder head.
Q:Will it hurt to soak the heads for cleaning while the valves and springs are still attached?
A:I would imagine this could damage the valve seals, but the springs, seats, retainers, valves, and guides should all be fine.
The head gasket is found between the engine block and the cylinder head or heads in a V-type engine. The gasket functions as a seal that prevents the combustion process from leaking into the coolant passages that surround each cylinder. In many cases, it seals oil passages from coolant passages so the fluids do not mix.
Obtain a service manual for your car's make and model. It will include step by step procedures with images that explain how to replace your head gasket(s). It will also list any special tools that you may need.
Most cylinder heads are made of either iron or an aluminum alloy. Each material has its advantages and disadvantages in terms of the performance and lifetime of your vehicle, but more importantly, aluminum is a softer metal and may be more prone to damage in the cleaning process.
Aluminum heads are much lighter than iron ones, both in weight and in color. Light grey heads are likely made of aluminum while darker colors may indicate iron. Iron is prone to rusting, while aluminum is not. If there are signs of surface rust on the heads, they are made of iron.
A magnet will not stick to an aluminum cylinder head, but it will stick to an iron one.