FLYWHEEL HOUSING REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
Attach two link brackets (3) and lifting device to support flywheel housing (2).
Remove six mounting bolts (4) that attach flywheel housing (2) to cylinder block.
If necessary, use a soft hammer to separate
flywheel housing from its doweled loca-
With assistance, remove flywheel housing (2) away
from engine (5).
Make sure rear face of cylinder block housing is clean and undamaged. Verify dowels are undamaged.
If equipped with felt seal to rear flange of oil pan, replace felt seal during installation procedure.
Weight of flywheel housing is 70 lb (32 kg).
Attach two link brackets (3) and lifting device and support flywheel housing (2).
With assistance, lift and position flywheel housing (2) on dowels attached to cylinder block. Ensure holes are aligned.
For aluminum flywheel housings, bolt torque is 52 lb-ft (71 Nm).
For cast iron flywheel housing, bolt torques are as follows:
Cast iron flywheel housing with M10 bolt: 33 lb-ft (45 Nm);
Cast iron flywheel housing with M12 bolts stamped: 8.8: 55 lb-ft (75 Nm);
Cast iron flywheel housing with M12 bolts stamped 10.9: 85 lb-ft (115 Nm).
Install six mounting bolts (4) that attach the flywheel housing (2) to cylinder block.