DETROIT DIESEL 53
Accessory Drive 1.7.7
Figure 5. Components of Accessory Drive for Belt Driven Accessory (Drive Hub Type)
the drive retainer assembly to the flywheel housing. Remove the retainer assembly.
6. Remove the accessory drive shaft, drive plate and spacer (Fig. 6), or drive hub (Fig. 5), in a manner
similar to that outlined in Step 5 under removal of the direct gear driven type accessory drive.
7. Remove the snap ring and ball bearing from the accessory drive shaft retainer assembly shown in Fig. 6.
Clean the accessory drive parts with clean fuel oil and dry them with compressed air. Examine the gear teeth
of the drive shaft, drive coupling, drive hub or drive plate for wear. If worn excessively, replace them with new
Inspect the ball bearing used to support the accessory drive shaft shown in Fig. 6. Wash the bearing in clean
fuel oil and dry it with compressed air. Shielded bearings must not be washed; dirt may be washed in and the
cleaning fluid could not be entirely removed
Figure 6. Components of Accessory Drive for Belt Driven Accessory (Drive Plate Type)
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