CYLINDER BLOCK - CONTINUED
Step 14 is deglazing procedure for one cylinder block bore. Do the same step for all bores.
Cylinder block (1)
Using glaze remover tool and electric
drill at low speed (350-500 rpm),
break bore glaze and produce a
crosshatch pattern on surface.
Do not use gasoline, kerosene, or cleaning solvent to clean the bore. Solvents will not remove the
abrasives which can cause rapid engine wear and ring failure.
Using clean, dry rags, wipe away as
much of the abrasive deposits as
Using clean rags soaked with engine oil,
wipe out bore (2).
Using clean, dry rags, wipe away all
Continue to clean with clean rags until
the rags show no evidence of discolora-
tion from the oil.
This usually requires three or more
Step 15 is reboring and honing procedure for one block bore. Do the same step for all bores.
Using boring machine, enlarge bore
(2) to within 0.003 inch (9.07 mm)
of required oversize diameter.
This will allow enough stock for
final honing to get exact clear-
ance for selected oversize pistons.