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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-229-14P_487
TM5-4210-229-14&P 6-16. REAR RETAINER OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a.  Removal b,  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Equipment Condition Para. Condition Description Materials/Parts 6-13 Flywheel Removed Rear Seal Kit (691631C91) Oil (Appendix D,  Item 37) Grease (Appendix D,  Item 21) RTV Sealant (Appendix D,  Item 45) REMOVAL a. Using a chisel,  split the oil seal. Be careful not to damage the seal bore in the housing. b. Remove the seal from the flywheel housing. c. Cut  the  wear  sleeve  with  a  muffler  chisel.    Be careful not to damage the crankshaft flange. d. Remove the wear sleeve. INSTALLATION Care should be taken not to damage the bore while filing the chamfer edge. a. Inspect  the  oil  seal  bore  for  a  chamfer.    If  no chamfer is found,  use a file to break the edge of the  bore.    This  will  prevent  possible  damage  to the oil seal casing during installation. b. Prior to wear sleeve and oil seal installation, clean the bore and crankshaft of all foreign material. c. If  the  oil  seal  and  wear  sleeve  are  not  utilized (reassembled),  assemble seal to sleeve prior to installing onto crankshaft. (1)  Clean  and  lubricate  single  lip  seal  with  clean  oil (Appendix D, Item 37). (2)     Fill   double   lip   seal   with   grease   (Appendix   D, Item 21) at cavity between lips. Seal  (1)  must  be  installed  onto  side  of  sleeve with  chamfer  in  O.  D.    (2)  to  avoid  damage  to seal lip. (3) Assemble  seal  (1)  onto  sleeve  by  pushing  the seal in the direction of the arrow. NOTE Seal  bore  in  housing  must  be  concentric  with crankshaft   within   0.010   inch   (0.25   mm)   full indictor measure as shaft is rotated 360°. 6-93

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