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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig.  66 1.  Puller 2.  Distributor Gear 69. Use  SE-1368  Puller  to  remove  the  crankshaft  gear, Figure 67.   If  necessary,  use  an  adapter  or  heavy  flat washer   between   the   crankshaft   and   puller   screw   to prevent damage to the internal threads. Fig.  67  Using SE-1368 Puller to Remove Crankshaft Gear 1.  Puller 2.  Crankshaft gear 70. The    crankshaft    bearing    caps    are    numbered    and arrowed to the front to identify their respective positions for   reinstallation.      The   number   three   bearing   cap accommodates  a  thrust  flange  to  limit  crankshaft  end play, Figure 68.   Remove bolts from bearing caps and remove all main bearing caps. 71. Lift  the  crankshaft  straight  up  and  out  of  the  cylinder block.  Remove upper bearing inserts. Fig.  68  Main Bearing Cap Removal 1.  Number 3 main bearing cap 2.  Thrust flange ENGINE OVERHAUL Cylinder Block One     of     the     most     important     phases     of     engine reconditioning  is  the  thorough  cleaning  and  inspection  of  the cylinder block. Each machined surface of the cylinder block should be cleaned of all old gasket material.  The pipe plugs which seal the   oil   passages   should   be   removed   and   all   passages thoroughly cleaned. Remove  the  main  oil  gallery  plug  and  use  SE-2334-2 Brush (3/8" diameter) to clean the main oil gallery, Figure 69. Replace  oil  plug  after  coating  with  a  suitable  nonhardening sealing compound. Fig.  69  Cleaning Main Oil Gallery with SE-2334-2 Brush 1.  Tappet oil galleries 3.  Brush 2.  Main oil gallery CGES-210  Page 25 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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