CAUTION: Flywheel is heavy. Plan a proper
lifting procedure to avoid personal injury.
1. Remove two cap screws and install guide studs (A) in
their place. Remove the remaining cap screws.
2. On flywheels secured with four cap screws: Install
two cap screws in threaded jack screw holes (B).
Tighten cap screws evenly to remove flywheel.
Four Cap Screw Flywheel
3. On flywheels secured with six cap screws: Pry
flywheel off of crankshaft.
NOTE: If flywheel to housing clearance will not allow use
of a pry bar, install a punch through timing pin
hole and tap on flywheel face to drive from
Six Cap Screw Flywheel
B--Jack Screw Holes
REPLACE FLYWHEEL RING GEAR
CAUTION: Oil fumes or oil can ignite above
193°C (380°F). Use a thermometer and do not
exceed 182°C (360°F). Do not allow a flame or
heating element to be in direct contact with the
oil. Heat the oil in a well ventilated area. Plan a
safe handling procedure to avoid burns.
1. Place the flywheel on a solid flat surface.
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