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REPAIR (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-34_153
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REPLACEMENT - TM-5-4210-220-34_156
TM 5-4210-220-34 2-18. TRANSMISSION. 2-18.1 Transmission Output Shaft Seal. This task covers: Replacement TOOLS Heat Shields Removed Shop Equipment, Automotive (see TM 5 4210-220-12) Maintenance and Repair, Driveshaft Removed - Transmission To Rear Axle NSN 4910-00-754-0705 (see TM 5 4210-220-12) J24171 Seal Removal Tool J24202 Seal Installer MATERIALS/PARTS J24198 Dust Shield Installer 9, Appendix B Dexron II 16, Appendix B Grease EQUIPMENT CONDITION 26, Appendix B Seal Retainer Main Engine Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12) PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 1 APU Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12) Batteries Disconnected (see TM 5 4210-220-12) REPLACEMENT (1)     rain  transmission  oil    into    suitable    clean containers   by   removing   transmission   pan plug. (2)     Check   the   number   of   notches   that   have been   cut   into   the   wrenching   flats   of   the yoke retaining nut. If there are five notches, remove the nut and throw it away. (3) If there are  less  than  five  notches,  or  none at  all,    remove  all  dirt  and  any  burrs  from the exposed shaft threads.  Loosen the nut until  there  is  approximately  1/16  in.    (1.6 mm) gap between the nut and flange. (4)     Check  the  running  torque  while  removing  the  nut.    The  nut  can  be  reused  only  if  it  meets  the  following requirements:  The first time (no notches) the nut is removed the running torque must be at least 400 in.  lb (45 Nm).  Each additional time (one to four notches) the nut is removed the running torque must be at least 300 in.  lb (34 Nm). (5)     Each time the nut is removed, deeply scribe one of the wrenching flats.  This method of marking the nut will indicate how many times the nut has been used. (6)     Remove the output yoke. 2-158

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