Opel Omega

since 1993-1999 of release

Repair and car operation



Opel Omega
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
- 3. Repair of engines
   + 3.1. SOHC engines in volume 2,0 liters
   + 3.2. DOHC engines in volume 2,0 liters
   - 3.3. Engines in volume 2,5 and 3,0 liters
      3.3.1. Technical characteristics
      3.3.2. Compression check
      3.3.3. Top dead point (VMT) of the N1 piston
      3.3.4. Covers of camshafts
      3.3.5. Pulley of a cranked shaft
      3.3.6. Covers of a gas-distributing belt
      3.3.7. Gas-distributing belt
      3.3.8. Natyazhitel of a belt, asterisks and intermediate pulleys
      3.3.9. Epiploons of camshafts
      3.3.10. Camshafts and pushers
      3.3.11. Head of cylinders
      3.3.12. Oil pallet
      3.3.13. Oil pump
      3.3.14. Oil radiator
      3.3.15. Flywheel and leading disk
      3.3.16. Epiploons of a cranked shaft
      3.3.17. Engine and transmission fastenings
   + 3.4. Partition of all petrol engines
   + 3.5. Diesel engine in volume 2,0 liters
   + 3.6. Diesel six-cylinder 2,5-liter engine
+ 4. Heating system and ventilation
+ 5. Fuel, exhaust systems
+ 6. System of start of the engine
+ 7. Ignition system
+ 8. Coupling
+ 9. Transmissions
+ 10. Main transfer, semi-axes
+ 11. Brake system
+ 12. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 13. Body
+ 14. Body electric equipment


3.3.16. Epiploons of a cranked shaft

PERFORMANCE ORDER
Forward epiploon of a cranked shaft
1. Remove an asterisk of a cranked shaft.
2. Drill in an epiploon two holes, screw in in them screws and take an epiploon.
3. Carefully clean an epiploon groove.
4. Oil a new epiploon and hammer it on the place.
Back epiploon of a cranked shaft
5. Remove a flywheel.
6. Drill in an epiploon two holes, screw in in them screws and take an epiploon. Establish a new epiploon.
7. Establish a flywheel into place.