REPAIR - Continued.
Use a hammer and a spacer from universal
puller kit to tap expansion plug (173) into
engine block until flush with machined face
of engine block.
REPAIR FLYWHEEL BY REPLACEMENT OF
With spur gear (174) facing up, place
flywheel (112) in clean, cold water about
60°F (21°C), supported by four pieces of
cribbing under spur gear (174). Bottom of
spur gear must be approximately 0.25 in.
(6,3 mm) above water surface.
Use caution when handling hot spur
gear. Severe burns may result if
caution is not used when handling
heated spur gear. Use a suitable tool
and wear insulated gloves when
handling heated spur gear.
Use a gasoline blowtorch to heat spur gear
(174) evenly around circumference until
flywheel (112) drops away from spur gear.
After allowing flywheel to cool, remove
flywheel (112) from water.
Heat new spur gear (174) to approximately
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