ENGINE REAR MOUNTING PADS REPLACEMENT (Contd)
Lifting device must have a weight capacity greater than the
weight of the engine and transmission to prevent injury to
personnel and damage to equipment.
Do not put hands between engine mounts and frame when
removing mounting brackets. Lifting device or jack failure may
cause injury to personnel.
Do not raise engine more than 0.5 in. (13 mm). Failure to comply
may result in damage to transmission, radiator, or related parts.
Apply a detergent and water solution to rubber mounting pads (8).
Partially position rubber mounting pads (8) on mounting brackets (9) and (17) by pressing down on
rubber mounting pads (8) and rotating.
Install mounting brackets (9) and (17) on left and right sides of frame (14) with eight screws (13)
and new locknuts (10).
Use prybar to position engine during lowering operations. Lifting
device failure may cause injury to personnel.
Position two washers (7) on rubber mounting pads (8), lower and remove transmission jack, and
lower engine (1) to seat rubber mounting pads (8) on mounting brackets (9) and (17).
Align holes of engine mounts (6) and (16) with mounting brackets (9) and (17) and install with two
screws (15), washers (11), and new locknuts (12). Tighten locknuts (12) 195 lb-ft (264 N·m).
Remove lifting device from chain.
Remove nut (4), screw (2), two washers (3), and chain from lifting eye (5).
Install rear of front propeller shaft (19) on transfer case flange (18) with four screws (21) and new
Lower and secure hood (TM 9-2320-386-10).