FLYWHEEL AND FLYWHEEL HOUSING REPAIR (REAR OIL SEAL) (CONT).
Clean gasket surface of cylinder block and rear cover.
Inspect rear cover for cracks or other damage.
Use crocus cloth to remove any rust or other deposits from crankshaft flange.
Use a clean cloth to clean crankshaft flange.
Repair is limited to replacement of damaged parts.
Install new gasket on cylinder block.
Install rear cover and eight capscrews. Tighten capscrews just enough to hold rear cover in position.
Remove pins from crankshaft oil seal driver and use driver to align rear cover with crankshaft.
Install seal driver on crankshaft flange and in bore of rear cover.
Tighten rear cover mounting capscrews to 35 ft-lbs (45 Nm) torque, and remove crankshaft oil seal driver.
Use feeler gauge and insure ear cover is within 0.004 inch (0.10 mm) of being parallel with oil pan flange of
Trim excess gasket material from ends of rear cover gasket so that gasket is even or does not extend more than
0.010 inch (0.25 mm) beyond pan flange.
Use installation sleeve (1) provided with seal to install seal (2) on crankshaft.
Do not use any kind of lubricant to
install the seal. The oil seal must be
installed with the lip of seal and the
crankshaft clean and dry.
Push oil seal (2) over installation sleeve (1) onto
crankshaft, and remove sleeve (1).
Install pins in crankshaft oil seal driver.
Use crankshaft oil seal driver to install oil seal in
Install four capscrews which hold oil pan to rear