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FRONT AND REAR DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT - continued - TM-9-2320-386-24-1-20434
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FRONT AND REAR DIFFERENTIAL OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT (Contd)
REMOVAL
NOTE
The front and rear differential oil seals are replaced the
same. The procedure covers the front differential oil seals.
Tag retainer(s) for installation.
1.
Remove cotter pin (12), nut (1), and washer (2) from shaft (8). Discard cotter pin (12).
2.
Remove flange (3) from shaft (8).
NOTE
Perform step 3 if replacing dirt deflectors.
3.
Remove dirt deflector (4) from flange (3).
4.
Remove six screws (11) and washers (10) from retainer (6).
NOTE
Count and record number of shims for installation.
5.
Remove retainer (6) and shims (7) from carrier (9).
6.
Remove oil seal (5) from retainer (6). Discard oil seal (5).
INSTALLATION
NOTE
Ensure oil seal(s) are properly seated. When seated properly,
the seal will have a 3/8-in. (0.95 cm) clearance in the
retainer bore on the pinion gear side of shaft and a 1/4-in.
(0.64 cm) clearance in the retainer bore on the non-pinion
side of shaft.
1.
Install new oil seal (5) in retainer (6) using oil seal installer.
2.
Install shims (7) and retainer (6) on carrier (9) with six washers (10) and screws (11). Tighten
screws (11) 65-86 lb-ft (88-115 Nm).
NOTE
Perform step 3 if replacing dirt deflectors.
3.
Install dirt deflector (4) on flange (3) and install flange (3) on shaft (8).
4.
Apply a bead of adhesive sealant to spline surface of washer (2).
5.
Install washer (2) and nut (1) on shaft (8). Tighten nut (1) 300-600 lb-ft (407-814 Nm).
6.
Install new cotter pin (12) on nut (1) and shaft (8).
7.
Install propeller shaft (if removed) (WP 0147 00).
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