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h. Remove crankshaft pulley, damper,
and timing gear cover group (para-
Cylinder block is upside down.
The bearing half under the crank-
shaft is still referred to as the
i. Remove oil pan group and related
upper bearing half.
d. Place a suitable tool in oil hole in
crankshaft, and rotate crankshaft to roll
out upper bearing half (4). Bearing half
must be rolled out tab end first.
k. Refer to Operator and Organiza-
tional Maintenance Manual and remove air
e . Place bearing half with its mating
cleaner assembly and turbocharger.
bearing half and bearing cap.
1. Remove flywheel and flywheel housing
If crankshaft removal is required,
perform steps f. through i.
m. Removal of the crankshaft group and
main bearings is accomplished during dis-
remove connecting rod bearing and bearing
caps. Tag each cap as to which connecting
rod it was removed from.
Do not remove crankshaft gear (8,
ble crankshaft group and main bearings in
the order of index numbers assigned. Pay
unless excessive wear or damage
particular attention to the following:
g . Lift crankshaft from block using
suitable web sling around connecting rod
journals on crankshaft at cylinder No. 1
If only main bearing removal is
and 6 or 2 and 4. Place crankshaft on
r e q u i r e d , perform steps a.
suitable bench support.
h. Attach each connecting rod bearing
a. Turn engine upside down and support
cap and insert to the connecting rod from
in a suitable fixture.
which they were removed.
i. Heat sleeves (7 and 10) and gear (8) to
b. Remove bolts (1), washers (2), main
600F maximum and remove from crank-
bearing caps (3), and lower bearing
shaft (11) .
With crankshaft removed from
c . Tag each bearing cap as to which
block, do not attempt to rotate
main bearing it was removed from.