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Fig. 150 Clutch Installation to Flywheel
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE NOTE:   With   the   engine   front   cover   assembled   to   the cylinder block, a new oil seal can also be installed using SE-1949 installer as shown in Figure 148. Install oil seal flush to .010" below front face of front cover. Fig.  148  Installing  Engine  Front  Cover  Oil  Seal  with  Cover Assembled    to    Cylinder    Block    Using    SE-1949 Installer 1.  Front cover 2.  Oil seal 16.   Position  a  new  front  cover  gasket  to  the  cylinder  block and install the engine front cover assembly.  Dowel pins are provided for proper alignment. 17.   Install   woodruff   key   in   the   crankshaft   and   install   the crankshaft  vibration  damper  using  SE-1900  installer  and SE-1900-18  adapter,  Figure  149,  with  thrust  bearing  to reduce   friction.      Install   damper   bolt   and   washer   and tighten to specified torque.  See "Torque Chart." 18.   Install  crankshaft  pulley  on  vibration  damper  with  bolts and    lockwashers.    Tighten    to    specified    torque.        See "Torque Chart." 19.   Install   oil   pump,   pick-up   tube   and   screen   assembly. Check   alignment   of   pump   to   cylinder   block   for   free movement of oil pump shaft.  There should be no bind if the pump is correctly aligned. 20.   Place  the  flywheel  in  position  on  the  crankshaft.    Apply sealing compound not affected by oil to the threads of the flywheel mounting bolts.  Avoid getting sealing compound on mating surfaces   of   flywheel   and   crankshaft.   Install   mounting bolts to specified torque. Fig. 149  Installing Crankshaft Vibration Damper Using SE-1900 Installer and SE-1900-18 Adapter 1.  Damper 3.  Thrust bearing 2.  Sleeve 4.  Nut 21.   Install   the   clutch   pilot   bearing   into   the   flywheel.      To assure   the   clutch   pilot   bearing   does   not   rotate   in   the flywheel bore, it is recommended that Loctite grade B be applied  evenly  around  the  O.D.    of  the  bearing  and  the I.D.    of  the  flywheel  bore  at  the  time  of  installation.    Do not  allow  Loctite  to  contact  inside  of  bearing  or  between flywheel and crankshaft. After the Loctite grade B has been applied, allow to cure for 1 to 2 hours.  The interval required to reassemble the vehicle   from   the   point   of   clutch   bearing   is   considered adequate for the curing of Loctite. 22.    Place  the  clutch  driven  disc  against  the  flywheel  so  the long  portion  of  the  hub  is  toward  the  rear.    Place  the clutch  in  position  on  the  flywheel  over  the  clutch  driven disc, install two or three mounting bolts and lockwashers loosely.    Install  a  clutch  aligning  arbor,  if  available,  or  a transmission  main  drive  gear  shaft,  Figure  150,  through the clutch driven disc hub spline and into the clutch pilot bearing.    Hold  the  clutch  driven  disc  in  position  while completing  installation  of  the  remaining  mounting  bolts and lockwashers in the flange of the clutch backing plate or cover.  Tighten all bolts CGES-210  Page 60 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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