DIESEL ENGINE REPAIR - Continued
REMOVE - Continued.
REMOVE PISTONS AND CONNECTING ROD
ASSEMBLIES FROM ENGINE BLOCK.
Tag each connecting rod assembly,
hex nut, and bolt for each piston as
they are removed from engine block.
Remove connecting rod hex nuts (95) and
bolts (96) from connecting rod assembly (97).
Do not allow pistons to fall from engine block
when they are removed. Damage to pistons
may occur from piston falling onto floor from
engine block. Place a hand beneath engine
block to catch piston before it emerges from
Be careful not to damage piston oil pump
assembly removal. Engine damage may
occur if piston oil pump jets do not function
Before removing pistons and connecting rod
assemblies, use crocus cloth to remove any
carbon buildup from top of cylinder sleeves.
Damage to piston or cylinder sleeves may
occur if carbon buildup is not removed.
Push piston (98) and connecting rod assembly
(99) out through top of engine block.
Tag location of components with reference to
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