T O 35C2-3-442-2
11. Remove utility governor group
Idler gear assembly can not be re-
moved for repair without removing
12. Remove fuel injection group
front gear cover. If repair or
replacement is required, refer to
c. Removal of the accessory drive
timing gear cover.
group is accomplished during disassembly.
5. Before removing idler gear (26,
bring timing gear marks in line as shown
ble accessory drive group in the order of
index numbers assigned. Pay particular
attention to the following:
Cleaning Solvents are flammable and
a. If only the accessory drive housing
moderately toxic to skin, eyes and
and drive shaft is to be removed and not the
r e s p i r a t o r y tract. Eye and skin
accessory drive gear and idler gear, pro-
protection required. Good general
ceed as follows:
ventilation is normally adequate.
Compressed air used for cleaning and
drying purposes can create airborne
cover (24) and gasket (25) by removing
particles that may enter the eyes.
nuts (22) and lockwasher (23).
Pressure shall not exceed 30 psig.
Eye protection is required.
a. Wash all parts in approved solvent
Do not allow parts to drop inside
or a lint-free cloth. Do net spin dry
a. Refer to table l-l and inspect parts
washer (2) securing gear (3) to shaft (9).
for dimensional tolerances.
Using a suitable puller, loosen drive gear
freedom of rotation. Replace a bearing if
bolts (5) and locks (6).
its rotation is rough.
c. Inspect bearing (8) for pits,
s c r a t c h e s , cracks, or chipped race.
d. Inspect bearing (25) and shaft (30)
Do not allow puller to hook bearing
for grooves and discoloration.
on outer race.
3. Remove bearing (8) using a
e. Inspect housing for cracks. Replace
f. Inspect gear teeth for nicks, burrs,
4. Accessory drive shaft (9) may
be removed from housing, using a suitable
cracks, and broken teeth. Nicks and burrs
that extend below the hardened surface of
drift pin on hex head end of shaft inside
gear cover. Shaft (9) and bearing (8) can
the gear teeth are cause for rejection of
be removed through rear of housing.