described above to remove the mat finish Clean the
block thoroughly in a commercial degreaser such as
trichloroethylene and blow dry with compressed air
Check tolerance of refinished block as outlined in Fig
200. If reworked block does not meet the tolerances,
If damage is evident to spring or spring retainers, use an
arbor press to remove retaining ring (43). CAUTION
must be exercised in removing block spring (41) since it
is under considerable tension Using a plug 13/4 inches in
diameter, compress block spring (41) until all tension
is removed from retaining ring (43) Using truarc pliers,
remove retaining ring (43) and gradually release arbor
press until block spring (41) is fully extended Remove
outer spring retainer (42), block spring (41), and inner
spring retainer (54) from cylinder block (40).
9. From the high side of the cam, remove two hex bolts
(27), two tab lock washers (21), one clip (26), one
bearing plate (25), and two spacers (22) See Fig 201.
Removing cam plate reaction
Removing return plate guide
Inspect bearing plate (25) If wear pattern can be felt,
disassemble the other spacer assembly and replace both
bearing plates (25).
Lift out piston return plate (24) and piston
assemblies (55). See Fig. 202. If damage Is evident to
either pistons (55) or return plate (24), remove pistons
from return plate.
Removing shaft seal retainer bolts
12 Invert shaft/adapter assembly. Remove four hex
bolts (48) and lock washers (47). See Fig. 204.