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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 TRANSMISSION Fig.  19. 6. Remove oil seal cage. 7. Remove  sliding  clutch  and  pull  out  shaft  assembly  (Fig. 20). 8. Press   bearings   and   wiper   from   shaft.      If   necessary, remove  shift  shaft  oil  seal  as  well  as  oil  seal  located  inside housing. Fig.  20. CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR Cleaning Clean parts having gro,ln4d and polished surfaces, such as gears, bearings and shafts, with solvent type cleaners such as     emulsion     cleaners     or     petroleum     solvents     excluding gasoline.    Do  not  clean  these  parts  in  a  hot  solution  tank  or with  water  and  alkaline  solutions  such  as  sodium  hydroxide, orthosilicates or phosphates. CAUTION Exercise    -care    to    avoid    skin    rashes,    fire    hazards    and inhalation of vapors when using solvent type cleaners. Rough  parts  such  as  transfer  case  housings,  accessory housing and some brake parts may be cleaned in hot solution tanks  with  mild  alkali  solutions  providing  these  parts  are  not ground  or  polished.    Parts  should  remain  in  the  tank  long enough  to  be  thoroughly  cleaned  and  heated  through.    This will   aid   the   evaporation   of   the   cleaning   solution   and   rinse water. Parts  cleaned  in  solution  tanks  or  with  alkali   cleaners should be thoroughly rinsed after cleaning to remove all traces o alkali. Completely   assembled   transfer   cases   may   be   steam cleaned,  on  the  outside  only,  to  facilitate  initial  removal  and disassembly,  providing  all  openings  are  closed.    Breathers, vented  shift  units  and  all  other  openings  should  be  tightly covered  or  closed  to  prevent  the  possibility  of  water  entering the assembly. Parts    should    be    thoroughly    dried    immediately    after cleaning.  Use soft, clean, lintless absorbent paper towels or wiping    rags    free    of    abrasive    material    such    as    lapping compound, metal filings or contaminated oil.  Bearings should never be dried by spinning with compressed air. Inspection It  is  impossible  to  overstress  the  importance  of  careful and    thorough    inspection    of    transfer    case    parts    prior    to reassembly.      Thorough   visual   inspection   for   indications   of wear   or   stress   and   the   replacement   of   such   parts   as   are necessary will eliminate costly and avoidable drive unit failure. Inspect all bearings, cups and cones, including those not removed from parts of the transfer case, and replace if rollers or  cups  are  worn,  pitted  or  damaged  in  any  way.    Remove parts needing replacement with a suitable puller or in a press with  sleeves.    Avoid  use  of  drifts  and  hammers.    They  may easily mutilate or distort component parts. Inspect   spur   gears   and   clutches   for   wear   or   damage. Gears   which   are   scored,   pitted,   ridged   or   worn   should   be replaced. CTS-2048Q  Page 8 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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