REMOVE REAR OIL SEAL
1. Remove rear oil seal housing (A).
IMPORTANT: Whenever rear oil seal is replaced, also
replace rear wear sleeve as a matched
2. Rear oil seal (B) will come off with housing. Use a
small punch and hammer to remove oil seal from
housing. Discard seal.
Removing Rear Oil Seal Housing
IMPORTANT: The preferred method of removing the
rear wear sleeve is with JDG790 Rear
Wear Sleeve Puller. If removing wear
sleeve with a chisel, DO NOT gouge
crankshaft flange. Nicks or burrs should
be removed with a medium-grit stone. A
polishing cloth (180-grit or finer) may
also be used when a stone is not
3. Remove rear wear sleeve from crankshaft flange.
Crankshaft rear wear sleeve can be removed using one of
the following procedures. However, the preferred method
is using JDG790 Wear Sleeve Puller Kit.
Use JDG790 Wear Sleeve Puller to remove wear sleeve
from crankshaft flange, as described earlier in this group.
[See using REPLACE CRANKSHAFT REAR OIL SEAL
AND WEAR SLEEVE (WITH OIL SEAL HOUSING
Use the ball side of a ballpeen hammer and tap wear
sleeve across its width in a straight line (to deform and
Score the wear sleeve in several places around O.D. (but
do not cut) with a blunt chisel.
Remove wear sleeve from crankshaft flange. Clean flange
with a light file and emery cloth.