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Engine Assembly

Engine Assembly Introduction

The Engine Assembly is often referred to as the heart of your automobile. then replacing the engine can be likened to a heart transplant.
Valves, pistons, intake and exhaust systems or variable camshafts – internal combustion engines are complex systems composed of many individual components. Therefore, the assembly process must be very reliable. This is where we come into play. We develop, design, manufacture and supply turnkey assembly systems for motorcycles, passenger cars, trucks and industrial engines.

Engine Assembly Features

In the course of over 100 projects at different locations we were able to gain long-term and diverse experience with a variety of customers and products. Our contact persons are in constant dialogue with customers, on site and for local projects.
Engines are becoming more and more complex while demanding safer and more reliable assembly processes. This is why the ongoing development of proven standard, components has highest priority. We are optimizing our modular system to offer flexible products to customers. This enables us to ensure high availability and service life of the assembly processes – with minimized operating costs.
We develop optimal concepts based on the specific requirements, both mechanically and in terms of control engineering, together with our customers. We will support you with your engine assembly wherever needed. Based on the efficient cooperation with our production facilities globally we will support you engine assembly needs wherever required.

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How to Replace an Automotive Engine

The engine is often referred to as the heart of your automobile. If that’s the case, then replacing the engine can be likened to a heart transplant. Engine replacement can be complicated, it can be difficult, but it’s doable nonetheless. You won’t have to worry that much though as we’ll guide you in every step of the way.
Step 1: Since you’ll be using an engine hoist, position your automobile in a spot where you can maneuver the said device. It’s also ideal that your chosen spot has plenty of lighting.
Step 2: Before you touch anything, take pictures of your engine. These will serve as your references. Photographs will prove to be a great help since things can get pretty messy later on (photos can tell you which part goes where, etc.). Taking photos as you progress is also recommended.
Step 3: Once your preparations are done, start by disconnecting the battery’s ground cable. After that, drain the coolant into a pan and detach the radiator hoses. If you’re having trouble disconnecting the hoses, you can choose to cut them off instead and simply replace them later on (this isn’t advisable if the radiator hoses are made of metal though). Step 4: Take out the radiator and the fan. After that, detach the air intake and fuel supply lines.
Step 5: Remove the air-conditioning compressor and the power steering pump. There’s no need to disconnect their hoses though.
Step 6: Find all the electrical wires that run to the engine and disconnect them. Afterwards, remove the exhaust manifold and all the connections that hold the transmission.
Step 7: It’s time to go under your car. Prepare your jack stands and jack up your vehicle.
Step 8: Depending on your car, you may also have to detach the starter and exhaust pipe connections (you’d know if you do need to do this after you’ve removed the exhaust manifold).
Step 9: Find the torque converter and pry it away from the flex plate.
Step 10: Get more jack stands and place them under the transmission. You can start unbolting the transmission afterwards. The jack stands that you positioned under the transmission should support it as soon as it’s disconnected from the engine. Once the transmission is unbolted, loosen its connections to the crossmember as well.
Step 11: To detach the transmission completely, remove the remaining transmission attachments that are connected to the engine. After that, unbolt the engine mount connection.
Step 12: Get back up and remove the jack stands that prop up your vehicle. It’s time to set it down and start hoisting the engine.
Step 13: Position the hoist properly and attach the chains to the largest bolts. Once you’re all set, carefully hoist the engine. Remember, easy does it. Step 14: Maneuver the hoisted engine away from your car. Again, do this slowly to avoid damage to your vehicle. Set the hoisted engine down in another area. Step 15: Finally, you can start installing the engine. Do the entire process in reverse order to get everything back under your hood. This would be easier if you took pictures along the way. Make sure that everything is installed correctly.
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