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ALTERNATOR REPAIR - TM-5-4210-229-14P_358
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TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-12. ALTERNATOR REPAIR (Continued). DISASSEMBLY a. Remove the shaft nut (1) and washer (2). b. Using the bearing puller, remove the pulley (3), fan (4), drive key (5), and fan spacer (6). c. Remove the diode lead (7) from top of the regulator (8) and remove the 5/16-18 (9) and 1/4-20 nuts (10) from the positive and negative output terminals (11 and 12) which will free the regulator jumpers for the regulator and brush housing assembly (13) removal. NOTE Due  to  the  application  of   Loctite  to  the  brush housing screws during manufacturing, it may be necessary  to  apply  heat  to  assist  in  the  removal of  these  screws.    Use  a  heat  gun  and  hold  on each screw for approximately 45-60 seconds. d. Remove     four     8-32     screws     (14)     and     remove regulator and brush housing assembly (13). e. Remove  three  screws  (15)  and  remove  diode  trio (16) from AC terminal board. f. Remove three lock nuts (17) and through bolts (18). Ensure  that  drive  end  housing  (20)  separates  from stator  (21)  and  that  the  stator  remains  attached  to the  slip  ring  end  housing  (22)  to  avoid  damage  to the stator leads. g. Remove rotor (19) and drive end housing assembly (20)   from   stator   (21)   and   slip   ring   end   housing assembly (22). h. Remove  three  nuts  (23)  which  secure  stator  leads (24) to terminals (25) and remove stator (21). i. Remove positive and negative output terminal bolts (11 and 12). j. Remove     three     hex     screws     (26)     and     remove capacitor   (27)   connected   between   the   heat   sinks (28). k. Remove  two  screws  (29),  lockwashers  (30),  guard washers   (31),   and   insulating   washers   (32)   which retain lower end of heat sinks (28). l. Remove    heat    sinks    (28)    and    note    location    of insulating washers (32) and bushings (33). m.   Remove two terminal stud bushings (34). 5-28

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