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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-18. TRANSMISSION - Continued (7) Using tool J2z4171 remove dust shield and oil   seal   from   rear   cover   (output   end   of transmission). (8) Inspect transmission output shaft bearing in rear    cover.        If    faulty,    refer    to    General Support for complete transmission overhaul. (9) Install oil seal,  spring-loaded lip first, using installer   J24202-1A   (1)   and   driver   handle J24202-4  (2).    Push  in  until  the  rear  of  the seal  (3)  is  0.60  -  0.70  in.    (15  -  18  mm) below the surface of the rear cover. (10)  Coat  the  outer   circumference   of   the   dust shield    (5)    with    seal    retainer    (item    26, Appendix B). Install the shield, flat side first, into  the  rear  cover  using  installer  J24198 (4).    The  rear  edge  of  the  shield  must  be flush with the rear surface of the cover. (11)  Coat  the  threads  of  the  retaining  nut  with grease (item 16, Appendix B).  Retain yoke with  holder  bar  and  tighten  yoke  retaining nut to 600 - 800 ft lb (814 - 1085 Nm). (12)  Replace  transmission  drain  plug  and    refill transmission with Dexron (item 9, Appendix B) (13)  Check    transmission    oil    level    while    the vehicle  is  on  level  ground  and  the  parking brake applied. Fill to the COLD RUN band. (14)  Start    engine    and    shift    the    transmission through   all   drive   ranges   to   fill   the   clutch cavities and oil passages.  Shift to neutral. (15)  When transmission reaches working temperature check oil level.  Top up until oil is in the HOT RUN band as marked on the dipstick 2-159

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