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/.5ton/TM-9-2320-386-24-1-2 Extended Service Program (ESP) for 2-1/2-Ton 6x6 M44A3 Series Trucks (Diesel) Manual
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FRONT AXLE REPLACEMENT - continued - TM-9-2320-386-24-1-20420
TM 9-2320-386-24-1-2
0343 00
FRONT AXLE REPLACEMENT (Contd)
29.
Install all stone shields (WP 0174 00).
NOTE
Support steering assist cylinder for installation
Assistant will help with steps 30 through 34.
30.
Install steering assist cylinder (12) on tie rod (19) with tie rod bottom bracket (20), six screws (21),
tie rod top bracket (16), and six nuts (18). Tighten nuts (18) to support one end of steering assist
cylinder (12).
31.
Position upper rubber bearing shield (8) on top of spherical bearing (9) and insert end of steering
assist cylinder (12) into clamping plate (5).
32.
Insert upper spacer (4) through top hole of clamping plate (5), and align upper spacer (4) in center
of upper rubber bearing shield (8).
33.
Position support bracket (3) and washer (2) on clamping plate (5), and insert screw (1) through
washer (2), support bracket (3), clamping plate (5), upper spacer (4), upper rubber bearing shield (8),
and into spherical bearing (9).
34.
Lift up on steering assist cylinder (12) until lower rubber bearing shield (8) can be installed
between spherical bearing (9) and clamping plate (5).
35.
Insert lower spacer (4) through bottom hole of clamping plate (5) and align with lower rubber
bearing shield (8).
36.
Push screw (1) through lower spacer (4), lower rubber bearing shield (8), and out of clamping
plate (5).
37.
Install washer (6) and new locknut (7) on screw (1). Tighten locknut (7) until locknut (7) contacts
right clamping plate (5).
38.
Turn wheels in full right-hand turn, then full left-hand turn to ensure tie rod (19) does not bind.
39.
Position steering assist cylinder rod (15) approximately 1/2 in. (13 mm) from being fully retracted.
40.
Position wheels in full left-hand turn.
NOTE
Steering assist cylinder must be installed parallel to tie rod for
proper performance.
41.
Tighten center screws (21) and nuts (18) at center of tie rod top bracket (16) and tie rod bottom
bracket (20).
42.
Turn wheels in full right- and left-hand turns checking the maximum and minimum strokes of the
steering assist cylinder (12). Adjust position of tie rod bracket assembly (22), as required, so
steering assist cylinder (12) operates as close to the minimum dimension of approximately 1/2 in.
(13 mm) as possible.
Tighten six nuts (18) 30-35 lb-ft (41-47 Nm) at tie rod bracket assembly (22).
43.
44.
Install six jamnuts (17) on screws (21) and tighten jamnuts (17) 15-19 lb-ft (20-26 Nm).
45.
Connect air lines (10) and (13) to adapter (11) and elbow (14) on steering assist cylinder (12).
46.
Bleed brake system (WP 0154 00)
47.
Fill axle housing with oil (WP 0023 00).
48.
Check and adjust toe-in (WP 0179 00).
0343 00-12

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