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Especificaciones

3306 VEHICULAR ENGINE FOR D5B, D6D & D7G TRACTORS

Engine Design
Sleeve Metering Fuel System - PC

Bore ... 4.75 in.(120.7 mm)

Stroke ... 6.00 in.(152.4 mm)

Number of Cylinders ... 6

Cylinder Arrangement ... *in-line

Firing Order (Injection Sequence) ... 1, 5, 3, 6, 2, 4

Direction of Rotation (when seen from flywheel end) ... Counterclockwise

*
No. 1 Cylinder Is Opposite Flywheel End.

Fuel Injection Equipment


Sleeve Metering Fuel System – PC
Firing order (injection sequence) ... 1,5,3,6,2,4

Injection Timing before TC (top center):

D7G (SA) ... 8° 30' ± 1°

All others ... 13° 30' ± 1°

Torque for bolt in hole for timing pin ... 108 ± lb. in.(12.2 ± 4.1 N·m)

Torque for bolts that hold governor weight carrier to camshaft ... 90 ± 10 lb. in.(10.2 ± 1.1
N·m)

(1) Diameter of rear bearing surface (journal) of the camshaft (new) ... 2.3720 ± .0005
in.(60.249 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the rear bearing for the camshaft (new) ... 2.3750 ± .0005 in.(60.325 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearing and the camshaft bearing surface
(journal) (worn) ... .006 in.(0.15 mm)

(2) Diameter of fuel control shaft (new) ... .3530 ± .0003 in.(8.966 ± 0.008 mm)

Bore in the housing for fuel control shaft (new) ... .3543 ± .0005 in.(8.999 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bore in the housing and the fuel control shaft
(worn) ... .003 in.(0.08 mm)

(3) End play for camshaft with sleeve installed (new) ... .023 ± .018 in.(0.58 ± 0.46 mm)

NOTE: When installing sleeve on end of camshaft, support the camshaft to prevent
damage to parts inside of injection pump and governor housing.

(4) Diameter of front bearing surface (journal) of the camshaft (new) ... .9990 ± .0005
in.(25.375 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the front bearing for the camshaft (new) ... 1.0005 ± .0005 in.(25.413 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearing and the camshaft bearing surface
(journal) (worn) ... .003 in.(0.08 mm)

(5) Governor Spring:


(6) Bypass valve:

NOTE: If the spring keeps the pressure in the fuel injection pump housing above 25 psi
(170 kPa) with the engine operating under full load, the spring is good.

Pressure of fuel in housing for fuel injection pumps, (Full Load) ... 30 ± 5 psi(205 ± 35
kPa).
Install spring washer and bent side towards the governor spring (5) as shown.
Install guide pin (A) to depth (B) [.642 ± .003 in. (16.31 ± 0.08 mm)]. Slot in guide pin (A)
must be in area shown from center of lifter.

(7) Torque for bushing ... 70 ± 5 lb. ft.(95 ± 7 N·m)

(8) 4N4318 Spring for injection pump:

Length under test force ... 1.35 in.(34.3 mm)

Test force ... 12.5 ± 1.3 lb.(55.5 ± 5.8 N)


Free length after test ... 1.566 in.(39.78 mm)

Outside diameter ... .728 in.(18.49 mm)

(9) Torque for bolt holding sleeve on control shaft ... 24 ± 2 lb. in.(2.8 ± 0.2 N·m)

(10) Torque for the nuts that hold the fuel lines (Use 5P144 Fuel Line Socket) ... 30 ± 5 lb.
ft.(40 ± 7 N·m)

(11) Torque for the nuts that hold the nozzles ... 105 ± 5 lb. ft.(142 ± 7 N)

(12) Body.

(13) Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads of glow plug and tighten to ... 120 ± 24
lb. in.(13.6 ± 2.8 N·m)

(14) Tighten nozzle finger tight on body.

(15) Torque for precombustion chamber (put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads) ...
150 ± 10 lb. ft.(205 ± 14 N·m)

NOTE: See Glow Plug Positioning.


Fuel Transfer Pump
(Sleeve Metering Fuel System - PC)

(1) Diameter of shaft for idler gear (new) ... .4914 ± .0003 in.(12.482 ± 0.008 mm)

Bore in idler gear (new) ... .4926 ± .0003 in.(12.512 ± 0.008 mm)

(2) Thickness of gears (new) ... .3736 ± .0003 in.(9.489 ± 0.008 mm)

Depth of counterbore (new) ... .3750 ± .0005 in.(9.525 ± 0.013 mm)

Clearance between end of gears and surface of pump body (new) ... .0006 to .0022
in.(0.015 to 0.056 mm)

Fuel Injection Equipment


(Sleeve Metering Fuel System - DI)
Firing order (injection sequence) ... 1,5,3,6,2,4

Injection timing before TC (top center):

Direct Injection Engines with turbocharger ... 23 ± 1°

Direct Injection Engines without turbocharger ... 29 ± 1°

Torque for bolts that hold governor weight carrier to camshaft ... 10 ± 2 lb. ft.(14 ± 3 N·m)

Make a mark (stake) the governor weight cover in four places 90° apart directly over the
groove in the camshaft.

(1) Diameter of rear bearing surface (journal) of the camshaft (new) ... 2.3720 ± .0005
in.(60.249 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the rear bearing for the camshaft (new) ... 2.3750 ± .0005 in.(60.325 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearing and the camshaft bearing surface
(journal) (worn) ... .006 in.(0.15 mm)

(2) Diameter of sleeve control shaft (new) ... .3530 ± .0003 in.(8.966 ± 0.008 mm)

Bore in the housing for the fuel control shaft (new) ... .3543 ± .0005 in.(8.999 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bore in the housing and the sleeve control
shaft (worn) ... 003 in.(0.08 mm)

(3) End play for camshaft with sleeve installed (new) ... .023 ± .018 in.(0.58 ± 0.46 mm)

NOTE: When installing sleeve on end of camshaft, support the camshaft to prevent
damage to parts inside of injection pump and governor housing.

(4) Governor spring:


Make reference to the chart "GOVERNOR SPRINGS."

(5) Bypass valve:

4N605 Bypass Valve Spring:

Length under test force ... .880 in.(22.35 mm)

Test force ... 3.53 ± .18 lb.(15.7 ± 0.8 N)

Free length after test ... 1.73 in.(43.9 mm)

Outside diameter ... .527 in.(13.39 mm)

Pressure of fuel in housing for fuel injection pumps, (Full Load) ... 30 ± 5 psi(205 ± 35
kPa)

(6) Diameter of front bearing surface (journal) of the camshaft (new) ... .9990 ± .0005
in.(25.375 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the front bearing for the camshaft (new) ... 1.0005 ± .0005 in.(25.413 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearing and the camshaft bearing surface
(journal) (worn) ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

Install Spring As Shown


Install guide pin (A) to depth (B) [.642 ± .003 in. (16.31 ± 0.08 mm)]. Slot in guide pin (A)
must be in area shown from center of lifter.
(7) Torque for bushing ... 70 ± 5 lb. ft.(95 ± 7 N·m)

(8) 9N5862 Spring for injection pump:

Length under test force ... 1.38 in.(35.1 mm)

Test force ... 12.5 ± 1.4 lb.(56.7 ± 6.6 N)

Free length after test ... 1.61 in.(40.9 mm)

Outside diameter ... .728 in.(18.49 mm)

(9) Torque for bolts that hold sleeves on control shaft ... 24 ± 2 lb. in.(2.8 ± 0.2 N·m)

(10) Torque for the nuts that hold the fuel lines (use 5P144 Fuel Line Socket) ... 30 ± 5
lb.ft.(40 ± 7 N·m)

(11) Spring for the terminal shaft. Install the spring (11) for the terminal shaft so that the
end of the spring is in the 30° range as shown.

Injection Nozzle (7N449)


(Sleeve Metering Fuel System - DI)
Bench test nozzles using clean SAEJ967 Calibration Oil (Kent-Moore Corp. J-26400 or
Viscor Calibration Fluid 1487C-SAEJ967L) at a temperature of ... 65 to 75°F (18 to 24°C)

Nozzle setting pressures (valve lift adjustment screw turned 3/4± 1/8turn from closed
position):

Used Nozzle ... 1500 to 2600 psi(10 300 to 17 690 kPa)

Used, adjusted nozzle ... 2400 to 2600 psi(16 545 to 17 690 kPa)

Return oil leakage test pressure ... 1400 to 1600 psi(9630 to 11 045 kPa)

Leakage in 15 seconds ... No minimum or maximum

Maximum tip leakage is 20 drops in 15 seconds with a pressure of 200 psi (1380 kPa) less
than opening pressure.

(1) Torque for valve lift locknut ... 35 to 45 lb. in.(4.0 to 5.1 N·m)

(2) Torque for pressure screw locknut ... 70 to 80 lb. in.(8.0 to 9.1 N·m)

(3) Torque for cap ... 110 to 120 lb. in.(12.4 to 13.6 N·m)

Fuel Injection
(Scroll Fuel System - PC)
Firing order (injection sequence) ... 1,5,3,6,2,4

Injection timing before TC (top center):

Direct Injection Engines with turbocharger ... 20 ± 1°

Direct Injection Engines without turbocharger ... 27 ± 1°

(1) Torque for bushing ... 154 ± 11 lb. ft.(205 ± 15 N·m)

A-5P4158 Gauge Typical Example


(6) Bore for the rack and diameter of the rack:

Bearing at the rear (new) ... .5018 ± .0018 in.(12.746 ± 0.046 mm)

Bearing at the front (new) ... .5023 ± .0018 in.(12.758 ± 0.046 mm)

Diameter of fuel rack (new) ... .4985 ± .0002 in.(12.662 ± 0.005 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between rack and bearings (worn) ... .005 in.(0.13 mm)

(7) Bore in the bearings for the camshaft (new) ... 1.8765 ± .0010 in.(47.663 ± 0.025 mm)
Diameter of bearing surfaces of the camshaft (new) ... 1.8730 ± .0005 in.(47.574 ± 0.013
mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearings and the camshaft ... .010 in.(0.25
mm)

Fuel Injection Pump Housing


(Scroll Fuel System - DI)

(1) Install dowel to get a dimension from the centerline of the fuel injection pump bore to
dowel of ... .5840 ± .0020 in.(14.834 ± 0.051 mm)

Use an aluminum ball to seal each dowel hole.

(2) Bearing joint and oil hole must be within area A.


(3) Install rear rack bearing to a depth of ... 195 ± .005 in.(4.95 ± 0.13 mm)

The centerline through the small holes in the bearing must be located parallel to the vertical
centerline through the injection pump bores.

(4) Front rack bearing alignment - the center of the rack bearing tab must be within .002 in.
(0.05 mm) of a vertical line that:

(a) goes through the center of the rack bearing.

(b) is parallel to the vertical centerline through the injection pump bores.

NOTE: 5P1665 Alignment Plate, 9S6329 Driver, 1B9575 Bolt and 1D4716 Nut are
available to help install the bearing in the correct position.

(5) Ends of both pins must make contact with the shoulder inside the housing. Center pin
must be even with casting surface as shown.

(6) Bore in bearings for the camshaft (new) ... 1.8765 ± .0010 in.(47.663 ± 0.025 mm)

Diameter of bearing surfaces of the camshaft (new) ... 1.8730 ± .0005 in.(47.574 ± 0.013
mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between the bearings and the camshaft ... .010 in.(0.25
mm)

Install the camshaft bearings to a depth of ... .010 ± .005 in.(0.25 ± 0.13 mm)

(7) Depth from front face of housing to install camshaft bearing ... 4.68 ± .02 in.(118.9 ±
0.5 mm)

Timing Gears
Tighten bolts which fasten into front plate to ... 17 ± 3 lb. ft.(23 ± 4 N·m)

Six studs and nuts hold the cover for the fuel injection pump drive gear. Put 8H5137
Thread Sealant on the threads of the studs before installing them in the front housing.

Tighten six nuts holding cover for fuel pump drive gear to ... 20 ± 5 lb. ft.(27 ± 7 N·m)

(1) With the timing bolt installed in the flywheel housing and the 8S5417 Timing Fixture
Plate installed on the rear face of the accessory drive housing, tighten nut (1) to ... 103 ± 10
lb. ft.(139 ± 14 N·m)

(2) Camshaft gear.

(3) End play for the idler gear (new) ... .004 to .016 in.(0.10 to 0.41 mm)

Maximum permissible end play (worn) ... .034 in.(0.86 mm)

Bore in bearing for the idler gear (new) ... 1.3781 ± .0019 in.(35.004 ± 0.048 mm)

Diameter of shaft for idler gear (new) ... 1.3741 ± .0005 in.(34.902 ± 0.013 mm)

Clearance between shaft and bearing (new) ... .0016 to .0064 in.(0.041 to 0.163 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between shaft and bearing (worn) ... .009 in.(0.23 mm)

(4) Crankshaft gear.

(5) Idler gear for oil pump.

(6) Drive gear for oil pump.

Camshaft
NOTE: Put a layer of graphite grease on lobes of camshaft when installing.

(1) Width of groove in camshaft for thrust washer (new) ... 190 ± .002 in.(4.83 ± 0.05 mm)

Thickness of thrust washer (new) ... 183 ± .001 in.(4.65 ± 0.03 mm)

End play of the camshaft (new) ... .007 ± .003 in.(0.18 ± 0.08 mm)

Maximum permissible end play (worn) ... .025 in.(0.64 mm)

(2) Diameter of camshaft bearing surface (journal) (new) ... 2.3110 ± .0005 in.(58.699 ±
0.013 mm)

(3) Bore in bearing for camshaft (new) ... 2.3150 ± .0024 in.(58.801 ± 0.061 mm)

Clearance between bearing and bearing surface (journal) (new) ... .002 to .006 in.(0.05 to
0.15 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and bearing surface (journal) (worn) ...
.008 in.(0.20 mm)

NOTE: Make reference to CYLINDER BLOCK for installation dimensions.

(5) Height of camshaft lobes.

To find lobe lift, use the procedure that follows:

A. Measure camshaft lobe height (5).


B. Measure base circle (6).

C. Subtract base circle (STEP B) from lobe height (STEP A). The difference is actual lobe
lift (4).

D. Specified camshaft lobe lift (4) is ... .3300 in.(8.382 mm)

Maximum permissible difference between actual lobe lift (STEP C) and specified lobe lift
(STEP D) is ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)

Valve Rocker Arms And Lifters

(1) Bore in bearing for shaft (new) ... .7263 ± .0005 in.(18.448 ± 0.013 mm)

Diameter of shaft (new) ... .7245 ± .0005 in.(18.402 ± 0.013 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and shaft (worn) ... .008 in.(0.20 mm)

(2) Torque for locknut on valve adjustment screw ... 21 ± 5 lb. ft.(26 ± 7 N·m)

(3) Clearance for valves:

Intake valves ... .015 in.(0.38 mm)

Exhaust valves ... .025 in.(0.64 mm)

(4) Diameter of valve lifter (new) ... 1.3105 ± .0005 in.(33.287 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in block for valve lifter (new) ... 1.3145 ± .0010 in.(33.388 ± 0.025 mm)
Maximum permissible clearance between lifter and bore for valve lifter (worn) ... .012
in.(0.30 mm)

VALVES (PC)

NOTE: GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS: VALVES AND VALVE SPRINGS,


Forms SEBF8002 and SEBF8034 have the procedure and specifications necessary for
checking used valves and valve springs.

(1) 7S7144 Spring for valves (new):

Length under test force ... 1.766 in.(44.86 mm)

Test force ... 57.7 ± 4.5 lb.(256 ± 20 N)

Use again minimum load at length under test force ... 46.5 lb. (207 N)

Length of spring at valve open position ... 1.271 in.(32.28 mm)

Use again minimum load at valve open position ... 144 lb. (640 N)

Free length after test ... 2.05 in.(52.1 mm)

Outside diameter ... 1.386 in.(35.20 mm)


Spring must not be bent more than ... .072 in.(1.83 mm)

(2) Height to top of valve guide ... .875 in.(22.23 mm)

(3) Diameter of valve stem (new) ... .3717 ± .0003 in.(9.441 ± 0.008 mm)

Use again minimum diameter ... .3704 in.(9.408 mm)

Bore in valve guide with guide installed in the head (new) ... .3733 ± .0010 in.(9.482 ±
0.025 mm)

Maximum permissible bore (worn) ... .3771 in.(9.578 mm)

(4) Valve lip thickness:

7S6767 Exhaust Valve

Use again minimum ... .119 in.(3.02 mm)

8N875 & 5S7232 Exhaust Valve

Use again minimum ... .106 in.(2.69 mm)

5S6449 Exhaust Valve

Use again minimum ... .096 in.(2.44 mm)

9N6117 & 7S8809 Intake Valve

Use again minimum ... .106 in.(2.69 mm)

5S6452 Intake Valve

Use again minimum ... .096 in.(2.44 mm)

(5) Diameter of valve head:

Exhaust valve ... 1.896 ± .005 in.(48.16 ± 0.13 mm)

Intake valve ... 2.020 ± .005 in.(51.31 ± 0.13 mm)

(6) Angle of valve face ... 29 1/4°


(7) Depth of bore in head for valve seat insert:

Exhaust (5S7221) ... .449 ± .005 in.(11.40 ± 0.13 mm)

Intake:

Earlier (5S7218) ... .449 ± .005 in.(11.40 ± 0.13 mm)

Later (7N4448) ... .349 ± .005 in.(8.86 ± 0.13 mm)

(8) Diameter of valve seat insert:

Exhaust (5S7221) ... 2.0035 ± .0005 in.(50.889 ± 0.013 mm)

Intake:

Earlier (5S7218) ... 2.1285 ± .0005 in.(54.064 ± 0.013 mm)

Later (7N4448) ... 2.0485 ± .0005 in.(52.032 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in head for valve seat insert:

Exhaust (5S7221) ... 2.0005 ± .0005 in.(50.813 ± 0.013 mm)

Intake:

Earlier (5S7218) ... 2.1255 ± .0005 in.(53.988 ± 0.013 mm)

Later (7N4448) ... 2.0457 ± .0005 in.(51.961 ± 0.013 mm)

(9) Angle of face of valve seat insert ... 30°

(10) Maximum permissible width of valve seat (intake and exhaust) ... .076 in.(1.93 mm)
Minimum permissible width of valve seat (intake and exhaust) ... .045 in.(1.14 mm)

(11) Dimension from top of closed valve to face of head:

Maximum permissible dimension for 5S6449 or 5S7232 Exhaust Valves ... .140 in.(3.56
mm)

Minimum permissible dimension for 5S6449 or 5S7232 Exhaust Valves ... .056 in.(1.42
mm)

Maximum permissible dimension for 8N875 or 7S6767 Exhaust Valve ... .163 in.(4.14
mm)

Minimum permissible dimension for 8N875 or 7S6767 Exhaust Valve ... .079 in.(2.01 mm)

Maximum permissible dimension for 9N6117, 5S6452 or 7S8809 Intake Valve ... .140
in.(3.56 mm)

Minimum permissible dimension for 9N6117, 5S6452 or 7S8809 Intake Valve ... .066
in.(1.68 mm)

(12) Outside diameter of the face of the valve seat or valve seat insert:

Exhaust seat ... 1.810 in.(45.97 mm)

Maximum permissible, exhaust seat ... 1.860 in.(47.24 mm)

Intake seat ... 1.934 in.(49.12 mm)

Maximum permissible, intake seat ... 1.984 in.(50.39 mm)

(13) Angle to grind seat face of the insert to get a reduction of maximum seat diameter ...
15°

Valves (DI)

NOTE: GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS: VALVES AND VALVE SPRINGS,


Forms SEBF8002 and SEBF8034 have the procedure and specifications necessary for
checking used valves and valve springs.
(1) 7S7144 Spring for valves (new):

Length under test force ... 1.766 in.(44.86 mm)

Test force ... 57.7 ± 4.5 lb.(256.7 ± 20 N)

Use again minimum load at length under test force ... 46.5 lb.(207 N)
Length of spring at valve open position ... 1.271 in.(32.28 mm)

Use again minimum load at valve open position ... 144.4 lb.(642 N)

Free length after test ... 2.05 in.(52.1 mm)

Outside diameter ... 1.386 in.(35.20 mm)

Spring must not be bent more than ... .072 in.(1.83 mm)

(2) Height to top of valve guide ... .875 in.(22.23 mm)

(3) Diameter of valve stem (new) ... .3717 ± .0003 in.(9.441 ± 0.008 mm)

Use again minimum diameter ... .3704 in.(9.408 mm)

Bore in valve guide with guide installed in the head.

Minimum permissible (new) ... .3723 in.(9.456 mm)

Maximum permissible (worn) ... .3772 in.(9.581 mm)

(4) Valve lip thickness:

6N9916 Exhaust Valve.

Use again minimum ... .106 in.(2.69 mm)

6N9915 Intake Valve and 7N573 Exhaust Valve.

Use again minimum ... .096 in.(2.44 mm)

(5) Diameter of valve head:

Exhaust valves ... 1.896 ± .005 in.(48.16 ± 0.13 mm)

Intake valve ... 2.020 ± .005 in.(51.31 ± 0.13 mm)

(6) Angle of valve face ... 29 1/4°

(7) Depth of bore in head for valve seat insert ... .488 ± .005 in.(12.41 ± 0.13 mm)

(8) Diameter of valve seat insert for exhaust valve ... 2.0035 ± .0005 in.(50.889 ± 0.013
mm)
Bore in head for valve seat insert for exhaust valve ... 2.0005 ± .0005 in.(50.813 ± 0.013
mm)

Diameter of valve seat insert for intake valve ... 2.0485 ± .0005 in.(5.032 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in head for valve seat insert for intake valve ... 2.0455 ± .0005 in.(51.956 ± 0.013
mm)

(9) Angle of face of valve seat insert ... 30°

(10) Maximum permissible width of valve seat (intake and exhaust) ... .076 in.(1.93 mm)

Minimum permissible width of valve seat (intake and exhaust) ... .045 in.(1.14 mm)

(11) Dimension from top of closed valve to face of head:

Minimum permissible dimension for 7N573 and 6N9916 Exhaust Valve ... .026 in.(0.66
mm)

Minimum permissible dimension for 6N9915 Intake Valve ... .006 in.(0.15 mm)

(12) Outside diameter of the face of the valve seat insert:

Exhaust seat ... 1.812 in.(46.02 mm)

Maximum permissible, exhaust seat ... 1.862 in.(47.29 mm)

Intake seat ... 1.940 in.(49.28 mm)

Maximum permissible, intake seat ... 1.990 in.(50.55 mm)

(13) Angle to grind seat face of the insert to get a reduction of maximum seat diameter ...
15°

Cylinder Head
Thickness of cylinder head (new) ... 3.938 ± .030 in.(100.03 ± 0.76 mm)

NOTE: Dimension from top of closed valve to face of cylinder head must be according to
the specifications in VALVES.

Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads and tighten bolts in the Step sequence that
follows:

Step 1. Tighten all bolts in number sequence to ... 115 lb. ft.(155 N·m)

Step 2. Again tighten all bolts in number sequence to ... 185 ± 13 lb. ft.(250 ± 17 N·m)

Step 3. Again tighten all bolts in number sequence to ... 185 ± 13 lb. ft.(250 ± 17 N·m)

Step 4. Tighten all bolts in letter sequence (hand torque only) to ... 32 ± 5 lb. ft.(43 ± 7
N·m)

Valve Cover

View From Right Side Of Engine

Put 5H2471 Cement on the face of valve cover and top side of gasket.

Tighten bolts by number sequence shown to ... 96 ± 24 lb. in.(10.9 ± 2.8 N·m)

Exhaust Manifold
Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on all threads.

(1) Torque for studs ... 20 ± 3 lb. ft.(25 ± 4 N·m)

(2) Torque for nuts holding exhaust manifold ... 32 ± 5 lb. ft.(43 ± 7 N·m)

Turbocharger
(Schwitzer F444, 4LF504 and E Models)

Make reference to ANALYZING TURBOCHARGER FAILURE, Form No. FEG45138.

(1) End play for shaft (new) ... .0045 ± .0015 in.(0.114 ± 0.038 mm)
Maximum permissible end play (worn) ... .008 in.(0.20 mm)

(2) Thickness of thrust bearing ... .211 ± .001 in.(5.36 ± 0.03 mm)

(3) Diameter of surface on shaft (journal) for the bearing (new) ... .5612 to .5615 in.(14.254
to 14.262 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... .5627 to .5630 in.(14.293 to 14.300 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and shaft (worn) ... .003 in.(0.08 mm)

(4) Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads and tighten bolt holding band clamp to ...
120 lb. in.(13.6 N·m)

(5) Maximum permissible gap of oil seal ring, measured in bore of housing ... .009 in.(0.23
mm)

(6) See TURBOCHARGER IMPELLER INSTALLATION.

(7) Bore in housing (new) ... .8762 to .8767 in.(22.255 to 22.268 mm)

Outside diameter of the bearing (new) ... .8718 to .8722 in.(22.144 to 22.154 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and bore in housing (worn) ... .006
in.(0.15 mm)

(8) Thickness of each thrust ring ... .1005 ± .0005 in.(2.553 ± 0.013 mm)

(9) Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads and tighten bolts holding turbocharger to
manifold to ... 40 ± 4 lb. ft.(55 ± 5 N·m)

Turbocharger
(Schwitzer 3LM)
Make reference to ANALYZING TURBOCHARGER FAILURE, Form No. FEG45138.

(1) End play for shaft (new) ... .002 to .005 in.(0.05 to 0.13 mm)

(2) Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads and tighten bolts holding impeller
housing to ... 60 lb. in.(6.8 N·m)

(3) Put 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads and tighten bolts holding turbine housing
to ... 11 to 12 lb. ft.(15 to 17 N·m)

(4) Maximum permissible gap of oil seal ring, measured in bore of housing ... .007 in.(0.18
mm)

(5) See TURBOCHARGER IMPELLER INSTALLATION.

(6) Thickness of thrust bearing ... .107 to .108 in.(2.72 to 2.74 mm)

(7) Bearing:

Bore in housing for bearing ... .7500 to .7505 in.(19.050 to 19.063 mm)

Diameter of surface of bearing for housing ... .7460 to .7465 in.(18.948 to 18.961 mm)

Diameter of surface of bearing for shaft ... .4415 to .4418 in.(11.214 to 11.222 mm)

Diameter of surface of shaft for bearing (journal) ... .4400 to .4403 in.(11.176 to 11.184
mm)

Length of bearing ... 2.425 to 2.426 in.(61.60 to 61.62 mm)

Oil Pump
(1) Bore in bearing of idler gear ... 1.1260 ± .0024 in.(28.600 ± 0.061 mm)

Diameter of shaft for the idler gear ... 1.1255 ± .0005 in.(28.588 ± 0.013 mm)

Clearance between bearing and shaft ... .0035 ± .0029 in.(0.089 ± 0.074 mm)

(2) Clearance between gears and body of pump ... .002 to .026 in.(0.05 to 0.66 mm)

(3) Diameter of shafts for pump ... .8747 ± .0002 in.(22.217 ± 0.005 mm)

Bore in bearings for shaft ... .8763 ± .0003 in.(22.258 ± 0.008 mm)

Clearance between shafts and bearings ... .0016 ± .0005 in.(0.041 ± 0.013 mm)

(4) Length of gears ... 2.0003 ± .0010 in.(50.808 ± 0.025 mm)

Depth of bore in pump body for gears ... 2.0053 ± .0008 in.(50.935 ± 0.020 mm)

Clearance between end of gears and pump body ... .0050 ± .0018 in.(0.127 ± 0.046 mm)

(5) Length of gears ... 1.4988 ± .0010 in.(38.070 ± 0.025 mm)

Depth of bore in pump body for gears ... 1.5038 ± .0008 in.(38.197 ± 0.020 mm)

Clearance between end of gears and pump body ... .0050 ± .0018 in.(0.127 ± 0.046 mm)

(6) Torque for bolt holding drive gear to drive shaft ... 32 ± 5 lb. ft.(43 ± 7 N·m)

Water Pump

(1) Oil seal. Put engine oil on the seal lip. Assemble with the lip toward the bearings.
(2) Water seal and ring.

a. Put water on the seal.

b. Install the seal and ring together in the housing bore, with the shiny face of the ring
outside.

(3) Seal assembly.

a. Remove the spring from the seal.

b. Put water inside the seal assembly.

c. Install the seal assembly around the shaft, with the 7N7843 Installation Tool, (the tool is
with the seal group) until the carbon face makes contact with the shiny face of the ring (2).

d. Install the spring.

(4) Torque for the bolt that holds the impeller ... 28 ± 1 lb. ft.(39 ± 1 N·m)

(5) Torque for bolt that holds the gear ... 32 ± 5 lb. ft.(43 ± 7 N·m)

Cylinder Block
(Counterbored Block)
(1) Depth of bore in block for liner ... .401 ± .001 in.(10.19 ± 0.03 mm)

NOTE: For height of liner over top of block make reference to CYLINDER LINER
PROJECTION.

(2) Camshaft bearing bore (installed) ... 2.3150 ± .0020 in.(58.801 ± 0.051 mm)

Bore in block for camshaft bearings ... 2.5630 ± .0010 in.(65.100 ± 0.025 mm)

Depth to install camshaft bearings at both ends of block ... .06 ± .02 in.(1.5 ± 0.5 mm)

NOTE: The camshaft bearing at the front of the block must be installed with oil holes in a
horizontal position and joint at the top within ± 15° from vertical.

(3) Bore in block for main bearings (standard size) ... 3.8160 ± .0005 in.(96.926 ± 0.013
mm)

Bore in block for main bearings .020 in. (0.51 mm oversize) ... 3.8360 ± .0005 in.(97.434 ±
0.013 mm)

(4) Dimension from center of main bearing bore to top of cylinder block (new) ... 15.5000 ±
.0065 in.(393.700 ± 0.165 mm)

(5) Dimension from center of main bearing bore to bottom of cylinder block (new) ...
6.0625 ± .0040 in.(153.988 ± 0.102 mm)

(6) Torque for bolts holding bearing caps for main bearings:

a. Put engine oil on threads and washer face.


b. Tighten all bolts to ... 30 ± 3 lb. ft.(40 ± 4 N·m)

c. Put a mark on each bolt and cap.

d. Tighten all bolts from mark ... 90°

NOTE: Install bearing caps with the part number toward the front of the engine. Be sure
that the mark (number) on the bearing cap next to the bolt hole is in agreement with the
mark in the cylinder block.

(7) Clearance between slot in block and bearing cap ... .0017 in.(0.043 mm) loose to .0013
in. (0.033 mm) tight

NOTICE
There are holes in the bores for the main bearings, between the
cylinders for piston cooler orifices. These holes must have orifices (8)
installed.

Cylinder Block
(With Spacer Plate)
(1) Thickness of spacer plate ... .3925 ± .0010 in.(9.970 ± 0.025 mm)

Thickness of spacer plate gasket ... .0082 ± .0010 in.(0.208 ± 0.025 mm)

NOTE: For height of liner over top of spacer plate make reference to CYLINDER LINER
PROJECTION.

(2) Camshaft bearing bore (installed) ... 2.3150 ± .0020 in.(58.801 ± 0.051 mm)

Bore in block for camshaft bearings ... 2.5630 ± .0010 in.(65.100 ± 0.025 mm)

Depth to install camshaft bearings at both ends of block ... .06 ± .02 in.(1.5 ± 0.5 mm)

NOTE: The camshaft bearing at the front of the block must be installed with oil holes in a
horizontal position and joint at top within ± 15° from vertical.

(3) Bore in block for main bearings (standard size) ... 3.8160 ± .0005 in.(96.926 ± 0.013
mm)

Bore in block for main bearings .020 in. (0.51 mm oversize) ... 3.8360 ± .0005 in.(97.434 ±
0.013 mm)

(4) Dimension from center of main bearing bore to top of cylinder block (new) ... 15.099 ±
.006 in.(383.51 ± 0.15 mm)

(5) Dimension from center of main bearing bore to bottom of cylinder block (new) ... 6.063
± .004 in.(154.00 ± 0.10 mm)

(6) Torque for bolts holding bearing caps for main bearings:
a. Put engine oil on threads and washer face.

b. Tighten all bolts to ... 30 ± 3 lb. ft.(40 ± 4 N·m)

c. Put a mark on each bolt and cap.

d. Tighten all bolts from mark ... 90°

NOTE: Install bearing caps with the part number toward the front of the engine. Be sure
that the mark (number) on the bearing cap next to the bolt hole is in agreement with the
mark in the cylinder block.

(7) Clearance between slot in block and bearing cap ... .0017 in.(0.043 mm) loose to .0013
in. (0.33 mm) tight

NOTICE
There are holes in the bores for the main bearings, between the
cylinders for piston cooler orifices. These holes must have orifices (8)
installed.

Cylinder Liner

NOTE: Make reference to GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS: PISTONS AND


CYLINDER LINERS, Form No. SEBF8001.
(1) Bore in liner (new) ... 4.751 ± .001 in.(120.68 ± 0.03 mm)

Use again maximum bore when measured near upper end of the wear surface of the
cylinder liner ... 4.755 in.(120.78 mm)

(2) Thickness of flange on liner ... .4048 ± .0008 in.(10.282 ± 0.020 mm)

(3) Filler band.

Cylinder Liner Installation

Put liquid soap on bottom liner bore in block, on grooves in lower liner, and on O-rings.
Install O-rings on liner. Put filler band (3) in engine oil for a moment and install on liner.
Immediately install liner in cylinder block (before expansion of filler band).

Cylinder Liner Projection


(Counterbored Block)

Make reference to CYLINDER LINER PROJECTION in Testing and Adjusting for the
complete procedure.

1. Install tooling as shown. Tighten bolts (1) evenly in four steps:

1st step ... 5 lb. ft.(7 N·m)

2nd step ... 15 lb. ft.(20 N·m)

3rd step ... 25 lb. ft.(35 N·m)

4th step ... 50 lb. ft.(70 N·m)

2. Measure cylinder liner projection with dial indicator (7) clamped in 1P2402 Gauge Body
(6) as shown. Measure at four places around each cylinder liner near the clamped area.

Cylinder liner projection measurement for any cylinder liner must be ... .0020 to .0056
in.(0.051 to 0.142 mm)

Maximum permissible difference between all four measurements ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

Maximum permissible difference between average projection of any two cylinders next to
each other ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)
Maximum permissible difference between average projection of all cylinder liners under
one cylinder head ... .004 in.(0.10 mm)

NOTE: If liner projection is not correct, turn the liner to a new position within the bore. If
projection can not be corrected this way, move the liner to a different bore. If the projection
can not be corrected this way, make reference to Special Instruction, Form No. FM055228
for complete instructions on the use of 8S3140 Counterboring Tool Arrangement.

(1) Bolts [5/8" NC, 5.5 in. (140 mm) long].

(2) Crossbar (from 8B7548 Push-Puller)

(3) 4B4281 Washers

(4) 1P2394 Adapter Plate

(5) 3H465 Plates

(6) 1P2402 Gauge Body

(7) 1P2403 Dial Indicator


Cylinder Liner Projection
(With Spacer Plate)

Make reference to CYLINDER LINER PROJECTION in Testing and Adjusting for the
complete procedure.

1. Install gasket and spacer plate (2) with bolts (3) and two 1S379 Washers. Tighten bolts
(3) evenly in four steps:

1st step ... 10 lb. ft.(14 N·m)

2nd step ... 25 lb. ft.(35 N·m)

3rd step ... 50 lb. ft.(70 N·m)

4th step ... 70 lb. ft.(95 N·m)

2. Install tools as shown. Tighten bolts (4) evenly in four steps:

1st step ... 5 lb. ft.(7 N·)

2nd step ... 15 lb. ft.(20 N·m)

3rd step ... 25 lb. ft.(35 N·m)

4th step ... 50 lb. ft.(70 N·m)

3. Measure cylinder liner projection with dial indicator (6) in 1P2402 Gauge Body (8) as
shown. Measure at four places around each cylinder liner near the clamped area.

Cylinder liner projection measurement for any cylinder liner must be ... .0013 to .0069
in.(0.033 to 0.175 mm)
Maximum permissible difference between all four measurements ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

Maximum permissible difference between average projection of any two cylinder liners
next to each other ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

Maximum permissible difference between average projection of all cylinder liners under
one cylinder head ... .004 in.(0.10 mm)

NOTE: If liner projection is not correct, turn the liner to a new position within the bore. If
projection can not be corrected this way, move the liner to a different bore. If the projection
can not be corrected this way, make reference to Special Instruction, Form No. FM055228
for complete instructions on the use of 8S3140 Counterboring Tool Arrangement.
4. Minimum permissible depth to machine counterbore to adjust cylinder liner projection ...
.030 in.(0.76 mm)

Maximum permissible depth to machine counterbore to adjust cylinder liner projection ...
.045 in.(1.14 mm)

Install a .030 in. (0.76 mm) shim plus any added shims necessary to get the correct cylinder
liner projection.

NOTE: Be sure that the .030 in. (0.76 mm) shim is directly under the cylinder liner flange.

Put 7M7260 Liquid Gasket on the top of the top shim and on the bottom of the bottom shim
before installing.

(1) Crossbar (from 8B7548 Puller).

(2) Spacer plate.

(3) S1589 Bolt with two 1S379 Washers.

(4) 1D4595 Bolt.

(5) 3H465 Plate.

(6) 1P2403 Dial Indicator.

(7) 1P2394 Adapter Plate.

(8) 1P2402 Gauge Body.

Pistons And Rings

Make reference to GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS; PISTONS AND CYLINDER


LINERS, Form No. SEBF8001.
*
Install piston ring with "UP" side toward top of piston.
*
NOTE: 9L6932 Top Ring (1) has the mark "UP-1". 9L6933 Intermediate ring (2) has the
mark "UP-2".
**
Install 9L6934 Oil Control Ring (3) with the gap in the spring 180° away from the gap in
the ring.
***
"Keystone" style piston rings and grooves in pistons. The 5P4812 KEYSTONE PISTON
RING GROOVE GAUGE is necessary for measuring these grooves. Put the pin end (A) of
gauge "2" in the groove at four places around the circumference. Do this to both grooves.
The flat edge (B) of the gauge must be between grooves (1) and (2). If there is clearance
between the flat edge (B) of the gauge and the piston at all test locations, for both grooves,
the piston is reusable. If the flat edge (B) is in contact with the piston, at any of the test
locations, the piston is not reusable. Install a new piston.
(4) Bore in piston for pin:

9N5404 Piston ... 1.7006 ± .0003 in.(43.195 ± 0.008 mm)

8N2533 Piston ... 1.7006 ± .0003 in.(43.195 ± 0.008 mm)

Clearance between pin and bore in piston ... .0003 to .0013 in.(0.008 to 0.033 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance (worn) ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

NOTE: When installed in the engine, the "V" mark on top of the piston must be in
alignment with the "V" mark on the cylinder block.

Pistons And Rings

Make reference to GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS; PISTONS AND CYLINDER


LINERS, Form No. SEBF8001.
(4) Bore in piston for pin:
9S8913 Piston ... 1.5011 ± .0002 in.(38.128 ± 0.005 mm)

4N4029 Piston ... 1.5011 ± .0002 in.(38.128 ± 0.005 mm)

4N9258 Piston ... 1.7006 ± .0003 in.(43.195 ± 0.008 mm)

Clearance between pin and bore in piston ... .0003 to .0013 in.(0.008 to 0.033 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance (worn) ... .002 in.(0.05 mm)

NOTE: When installed in the engine, the "V" mark on top of the piston must be in
alignment with the "V" mark on the cylinder block.

Connecting Rod

(1) Bore in bearing for piston pin (new):

5S6360 Rod ... 1.5017 ± .0003 in.(38.143 ± 0.008 mm)


5S2793 Rod ... 1.7012 ± .0003 in.(43.210 ± 0.008 mm)

8N1721 Rod (tapered) ... 1.7012 ± .0003 in.(43.210 ± 0.008 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and piston pin (worn) ... .003 in.(0.08
mm)

(2) Bore in connecting rod for bearing ... 3.2500 ± .0005 in.(82.550 ± 0.013 mm)

(3) Distance between center of piston pin and center of crankshaft bearing (new) ... 9.595 ±
.001 in.(243.71 ± 0.03 mm)

(4) Diameter of piston pin (new):

9H4016 Pin ... 1.5003 ± .0002 in.(38.108 ± 0.005 mm)

7N9804 Pin ... 1.5003 ± .0002 in.(38.108 ± 0.005 mm)

8M6487 Pin ... 1.6998 ± .0002 in.(43.175 ± 0.005 mm)

7N9805 Pin ... 1.6998 ± .0002 in.(43.175 ± 0.005 mm)

(5) Clearance between connecting rod bearing and crankshaft bearing surface (journal) ...
.0030 to .0066 in.(0.076 to 0.168 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and crankshaft (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25
mm)

(6) Torque on nut for connecting rod:

a. Put engine oil on threads and nut seat.

b. Tighten both nuts to ... 30 ± 3 lb. ft.(40 ± 4 N·m)

c. Mark each nut and end of bolt.

d. Again tighten both nuts (from mark) ... 90°

Install the connecting rod in the piston with the slot for the bearing tab on the same side as
the V mark on the piston.

Make reference to Special Instructions, Form No. GMG02394 and SMHS7366 for
information about checking and reconditioning connecting rods.

Crankshaft
(1) Thickness of thrust plates (new):

Without tabs

6N8940 ... .1850 ± .0015 in.(4.699 ± 0.038 mm)

9S3037 ... .2320 ± .0015 in.(5.894 ± 0.038 mm)

with tabs:

7N9342 ... .2150 ± .0015 in.(5.461 ± 0.038 mm)

7N9343 ... .2620 ± .0015 in.(6.655 ± 0.038 mm)

NOTE: Make reference to THRUST PLATE USAGE CHART for the correct thrust plate
to use.

(2) Make reference to MAIN BEARINGS and BEARING SURFACE (JOURNAL) FOR
MAIN BEARINGS.

(3) Make reference to CONNECTING ROD BEARINGS and BEARING SURFACE


(JOURNAL) FOR CONNECTING RODS.

(4) Tighten plugs to ... 17 ± 3 lb. ft.(23 ± 4 N·m)

Then "stake" the crankshaft to hold plugs in place. "STAKE" use a center punch and a
hammer to change the shape of the hole as shown.

(5) Crankshaft gear:


Do not heat gear to more than 600°F (316°C).

(6) End play for crankshaft (new) ... .0025 to .0145 in.(0.064 to 0.368 mm)

Maximum permissible end play for crankshaft (worn) ... .025 in.(0.64 mm)

(7) Wear sleeve and seal installation:

Push wear sleeve and seal into position with correct tooling. Make reference to Special
Instruction, Form No. SMHS7100 for instructions and the correct tooling for installing
wear sleeves and seals.

Bearing Surface (Journal) For Main Bearings


Bearing Surface (Journal) For Connecting Rods
Main Bearings And Connecting Rod Bearings

Make reference to GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS: MAIN BEARINGS AND


CONNECTING ROD BEARINGS, Form No. SEBF8009.
Crankshaft Hub And Damper

(1) Torque for bolt that holds hub to crankshaft ... 230 ± 20 lb. ft.(307 ± 25 N·m)

Hit bolt with hammer and again tighten bolt to ... 230 ± 20 lb. ft.(307 ± 25 N·m)

NOTE: Install washer with the maximum flat area next to the hub.

Fan Drive

(1) Fill chamber between bearings half full of 1P808 Grease before bolts are tightened.
Engine Mounting Bolts

NOTE: Use a torque wrench to get the correct torque for all the engine mounting bolts.

The chart has the correct tightening torque for all the bolts except those in the list that
follows.

D5B, D6D Tractors

Tighten the bolts which hold the front support to the frame to ... 325 ± 25 lb. ft.(440 ± 35
N·m)

Solid rear brackets only:

Tighten the bolts which hold the rear brackets to the frame to ... 200 ± 20 lb. ft.(270 ± 25
N·m)

D7G Tractor

Tighten the bolts which hold the front support to the frame to ... 325 ± 25 lb. ft.(440 ± 35
N·m)

Tighten the bolts which hold the rear support to the frame to ... 325 ± 25 lb. ft.(440 ± 35
N·m)

Rear Accessory Drive Gears


(D7G Tractors)
Typical Illustration

(1) Distance the dowel holding the thrust washer is above face of the cover assembly ...
.141 in.(3.58 mm)

(2) Diameter of surface on gear (journal) for the bearing (new) ... 2.2468 ± .0005 in.(57.069
± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... 2.2513 ± .0019 in.(57.183 ± 0.048 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and gear (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)

(3) Distance the dowel holding the thrust washer is above face of the shaft assembly ... .141
in.(3.58 mm)

(4) Diameter of surface on shaft (journal) for the bearing (new) ... 2.9970 ± .0005
in.(76.124 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... 3.0014 ± .0019 in.(76.236 ± 0.048 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and shaft (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)
(5) Distance the dowel holding the thrust washer is above face of the cover assembly ...
.141 in.(3.58 mm)

(6) Diameter of surface on gear (journal) for the bearing (new) ... 2.2468 ± .0005 in.(57.069
± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... 2.2513 ± .0019 in.(57.183 ± 0.048 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and gear (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)

Rear Accessory Drive Gears


(D6D Tractor)
(1) Diameter of surface on gear (journal) for the bearing (new) ... 1.9975 ± .0005
in.(50.737 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... 2.0015 ± .0019 in.(50.838 ± 0.048 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and gear (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)

(2) Diameter of surface on retainer (journal) for the bearing (new) ... 3.2470 ± .0005
in.(82.474 ± 0.013 mm)

Bore in the bearing (new) ... 3.2510 ± .0019 in.(82.575 ± 0.048 mm)

Maximum permissible clearance between bearing and retainer (worn) ... .010 in.(0.25 mm)

Flywheel Ring Gear

(1) Ring gear.

(2) Flywheel.
(3) Pilot bearing bore.

(4) Chamfer side of ring gear (1).

Install ring gear (1) on flywheel (2) so that the chamfer side (4) of ring gear (1) is as shown.

NOTICE
Do not heat ring gear to more than 600°F (316°C) before installing on
the flywheel.

Flywheel Housing Tightening

Tighten bolts in number sequence to ... 75 ± 10 lb. ft.(100 ± 14 N·m)


Flywheel

Face Runout (axial eccentricity) of the Flywheel:

1. Install the dial indicator as shown. Put a force on the flywheel toward the rear.

2. Set the dial indicator to read .000 in. (0.0 mm)

3. Turn the flywheel and read the indicator every 90°. Put a force on the flywheel to the
rear before each reading.

4. The difference between the lower and higher measurements taken at all four points must
not be more than .006 in. (0.15 mm), which is the maximum permissible face runout (axial
eccentricity) of the flywheel.

Checking Face Runout Of The Flywheel


Checking Flywheel Bore

Bore Runout (radial eccentricity) of the Flywheel:

1. Install the dial indicator (3) and make an adjustment of the universal attachment (4) so it
makes contact as shown.

2. Set the dial indicator to read .000 in. (0.0 mm)

3. Turn the flywheel and read the indicator every 90°.

4. The difference between the lower and higher measurements taken at all four points must
not be more than .006 in. (0.15 mm), which is the maximum permissible bore runout (radial
eccentricity) of the flywheel.

5. Runout (eccentricity) for the bore for the pilot bearing for the flywheel clutch, must not
exceed .005 in. (0.13 mm)
Checking Flywheel Clutch Pilot Bearing Bore

Flywheel Housing

8S2328 Dial Indicator Group Installed


Face Runout (axial eccentricity) of the Flywheel Housing:

1. Fasten a dial indicator to the crankshaft flange so the anvil of the indicator will touch the
face of the flywheel housing.

2. Put a force on the crankshaft toward the rear before reading the indicator at each point.

3. With dial indicator set at .000 in. (0.0 mm) at location (A), turn the crankshaft and read
the indicator at locations (B), (C) and (D).

4. The difference between lower and higher measurements taken all four points must not be
more than .012 in. (0.30 mm), which is the maximum permissible face runout (axial
eccentricity) of the flywheel housing.

Flywheel Housing Bore


NOTE: Write the dial indicator measurements with their positive (+) and negative (-)
notation (signs). This notation is necessary for making the calculations in the chart
correctly.

1. With the dial indicator in position at (C), adjust the dial indicator to "0" (zero). Push the
crankshaft up against the top bearing. Write the measurement for bearing clearance on line
1 in column (C).

2. Divide the measurement from Step 1 by 2. Write this number on line 1 in columns (B) &
(D).

3. Turn the crankshaft to put the dial indicator at (A). Adjust the dial indicator to "0" (zero).

4. Turn the crankshaft counterclockwise to put the dial indicator at (B). Write the
measurement in the chart.

5. Turn the crankshaft counterclockwise to put the dial indicator at (C). Write the
measurement in the chart.

6. Turn the crankshaft counterclockwise to put the dial indicator at (D). Write the
measurement in the chart.

7. Add lines I & II by columns.

8. Subtract the smaller number from the larger number in line III in columns (B) (D). The
result is the horizontal "eccentricity" (out of round). Line III, column (C) is the vertical
eccentricity.

9. On the graph for total eccentricity find the point of intersection of the lines for vertical
eccentricity and horizontal eccentricity.
10. If the point of intersection is in the range marked "Acceptable" the bore is in alignment.
If the point of intersection is in the range marked "Not Acceptable" the flywheel housing
must be changed.