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INSTALLATION (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-34_225
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REPAIR (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-34_227
TM 5-4210-220-34 2-19. ENGINE - Continued (20) Tighten the engine mount-to-frame cross member capscrews (6) to 135 ft lb (180 Nm). (21) Tighten the crankshaft bolt to 180 ft lb (244 Nm). (22) Strike the end of the bolt with a sharp blow using a 2 lb lead hammer. (23) Tighten  the  crankshaftbolt  to  300  ft  lb  (407 Nm). (24) Strike   the   bolt   again,   with   a   sharp   blow using a 2 lb lead hammer. (25) Retighten the crankshaft bolt to 290 - 310 ft lb  (393  -  421  Nm).    Do  not  strike  the  bolt after the final torque has been applied. The  hex  head  of  the  crankshaft  bolt  may  be  used  to  bar,  or  turn,  the  crankshaft.    However,  the  barring operation should always be performed in a clockwise direction.  It is very important to make certain that the bolt has not been loosened during the barring operation.  Otherwise, serious engine damage may result if the or pulley is not securely fastened to the crankshaft. (26) Install oil pan as detailed in para.  2-19.11. (27) Install fan and drive belts, see TM 5-4210-220-12. (28) Install engine oil into crankcase, see LO 5-4210-220-12. (29) Start  and  run  engine  until  it  reaches  operating  temperature.    Check  for  oil  or  coolant  leaks,  rattles  or vibrations and correct as necessary. REPAIR a. Oil Pump Repair (1) Remove the self-locking capscrews (1) that secure the oil pump gear retaining plate (2) to the crankshaft front cover (5).  Separate the retaining plate from the front cover. (2) Remove  the  oil  pump  drive  gear  (3),  and driven   gear   (4)   from   the   crankshaft   front cover (5). (3) Support   the   outer   face   of   the   crankshaft cover (5). (4) Using a hammer and a punch, drive the oil seal (6) out of the crankshaft front cover. 2-233

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