The cylinder block assembly usually comes out in one piece; however, some of the parts can separate. This
does not present a problem as these parts can be reassembled later (refer to Fig. 13).
The swashplate has a notch which locates over a pin in the housing to prevent improper assembly; however,
mark the housing for proper orientation of the swashplate during reassembly (refer to Fig. 14).
The fixed swashplate and shaft assembly can now be removed by grasping the shaft and lifting both parts out
of the housing (refer to Fig. 14).
The tapered bearing can be pressed off the shaft if required. Be careful not to damage the seal diameter of the
shaft while removing the bearing (refer to Figs. 15 and 16). The bearing race is press fit in the housing. If any
of the following parts are replaced, the shaft end play must be checked: