Install two main bearing caps (11 and 12).
Do steps (9) thru (11).
(36) Repeat steps (1 7) and (18). If crankshaft runout
is still too high, replace crankshaft (2).
(37) Do steps (19) thru (25).
Fuel Is very flammable and can
To avoid serious
Injury or death, keep flame away from
fuel and keep fire extinguisher within
easy reach when working with fuel.
Do not work on fuel system when
engine Is hot. Fuel can be Ignited by
hot engine. When working with fuel,
post signs that read NO SMOKING
WITHIN 50 FEET oil vehicle.
(1) Clean crankshaft (1) and bearing caps (2) with
dean diesel fuel and a lint-free cloth.
(2) Remove four plugs (3) from crankshaft (1).
(3) Flush oil passages (4) in crankshaft (1) with stiff
(4) Install four plugs (3) on crankshaft (1). Torque
to 120-144 lb-in. ( 13.6-16.3 Nm).
(5) Visually inspect crankshaft (1) for signs of
scoring, grooving, or overheating.
(6) Inspect crankshaft connecting rod journals
(5) and main bearing journals (6) for deep
scratches. Replace crankshaft (1) if damaged.
(7) Inspect connecting rod journals (5) and main
bearing journals (6) for signs of cracks at journal
oil holes (7) or joining points (8) of connecting
rod journal (5) and main bearing journals (6).
Replace crankshaft (1) if damaged.
(8) Inspect cranksha ft keyways (9) for signs of
cracks or wear.
Replace crankshaft (1) if
(9) Inspect rear oil seal contact surface (10) for
If scratches cannot be
smoothed out with crocus cloth, replace