GEAR COVER ASSEMBLY INSPECT/REPAIR (CONT).
Remove accessory drive seal as follows:
Drill two 1/8-inch holes 180 degrees apart in
accessory drive seal (6) casing, and install two No.
10 sheet metal screws in holes.
Use a slide hammer (7) or pry bar on sheet metal
screws to remove seal (6).
Discard old seal (6).
Use a magnet to remove any shavings from seal bores, crankshaft, or accessory drive shaft.
Inspect seal bore for nicks, scratches, and sharp edges.
Use a 240 grit emery cloth dipped in clean lubricating oil to remove any minor defects.
Use crocus cloth to remove any deposits from seal bore as a final polishing operation.
Clean shafts and bores with a clean cloth.
Install accessory drive oil seal as follows:
Install oil seal (1) on fuel pump drive oil seal mandrel
(2) with closed or part number side facing mandrel.
Do not use any kind of lubricant to install
the seal. The oil seal must be installed
with the lip of the seal and the seal wear
area of the accessory drive pulley clean
and dry. Use of lubricant will result in oil
leakage at the seal.