TIMING, GEAR TRAIN & FRONT COVER
Install the vibration damper as follows:
"RUBBER" Vibration Dampers:
Heat the damper in boiling water for a
period NOT to exceed one hour.
Lightly coat the key and keyway areas
with No. 2 (BLACK) Permatex.
Install the vibration damper by aligning
the key and keyway then push.
Remove all excess Permatex from the
damper to insure proper retention of
Secure damper with the retaining plate
and torque cap screws to 142 Nm
Install damper plate if equipped.
NOTE: DO NOT heat vibration damper for more than
one hour. The elastic member can be damaged. DO
NOT attempt to install the damper cold.
Viscous Vibration Dampers:
approximately 400°. Use a 388°F
thermomelt crayon (see tool list for
tool No.) to determine temperature.
NOTE: The marked surface will melt and become a
Lightly coat key and keyway areas with
No. 2 (BLACK) Permatex and install
Using asbestos gloves, align the
keyway with the key in the crankshaft
and push the pulley onto the shaft until
it contacts the oil pump drive spline.
Install retainer plate and cap screws.
Torque cap screws to 170 Nm (1 25
washers and cap screws. Torque cap
screws to 47 Nm (35 Ibf-ft).
On-Highway Trucks only:
Install the steering pump (if equipped). Refer to
Install the freon compressor and idler (if
equipped). Refer to the following:
Construction Equipment - ISS-1541, "Air
Conditioning Service Manual".
On-Highway Trucks - CTS-2001
Install the air compressor and idler (if equipped).
Refer to the following:
Construction Equipment "Air Compressor".
On-Highway Trucks CTS-2001
Agricultural Equipment -
Install the alternator or idler pulley (depending
upon application) from its mounting bracket.
NOTE: It is recommended that the engine be run at
1000 RPM from 3 to 5 minutes after engine assembly.
At this RPM tappets are under lighter load, thus
assuring initial lubrication at the tappets and tappet
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