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Fig.  54  Rear Oil Seal Retainer Plate Removal
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig.  50  Flywheel Removal 1.  Flywheel 2.  Mounting bolts Fig.  51  Removal of Engine Front Cover 1.  Front Cover 3.  Gasket 2.  Dowel pins 58. Press  front  cover  oil  seal  from  front  cover  using  a    3- 1/4" O.D.  flat  disc from the SE-1905 Set, Figure 52. NOTE:      Where   it   is   the   desire   to   replace   the engine front cover oil seal while the engine is in the  chassis,  it  will  be  necessary  to  remove  the hood,    radiator    shell,    radiator    and    crankshaft pulley.   Then using puller, SE-2091, remove seal as  shown  in  Figure  53.     To   reinstall   the   seal, follow note under Step 15 outlined under "Engine Assembly." Fig.  52  Front Cover Oil Seal Removal with Cover Removed Using SE-1905 Handle and 3-1/4" O.D.  Disc 1.  Front cover 3.  Handle 2.  Press ram 4.  Disc Fig.  53  Front Cover Oil Seal Removal with Cover Installed. Using SE-2091 Puller 1.  Front cover 3.  Puller 2.  Seal 59. Remove  retainer  plate  bolts  and  remove  retainer  plate with rear oil seal and gasket, Figure 54. 60. Remove    bolts    from    flywheel    housing    and    remove flywheel housing, Figure 55. NOTE:        Use    extreme    care    when    removing flywheel housing to prevent damaging the dowel pins. CGES-210  Page 21 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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