ENGINE OIL PUMP MAINTENANCE - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
Capscrews which retain timing gear cover
are of three sizes. Note size and location of
capscrews before removal to allow correct
location at assembly.
Remove capscrew (10) and belt guide (11).
Remove eleven capscrews (12) and eight capscrews
Remove timing gear cover (9) and gasket (14). Dis-
Remove four capscrews (15).
Remove oil pump (16).
See Cleaning instructions (WP 0316 00).
See Inspection instructions (WP 0317 00).
When installing oil pump, be sure idler gear pin is installed in the locating bore in the cylinder block. Failure
to properly locate oil pump can result in damage to pump and to cylinder block bore.
· Filling oil pump with oil prior to installation will help to prime pump at engine start-up.
· Back plate on pump seats against bottom of cylinder block bore. When pump is correctly installed, flange on
pump will not touch cylinder block.
Install oil pump (16) into cylinder block bore and secure with four capscrews (15).
Torque capscrews (15) in opposite pairs to 6 lb-ft (8 Nm).
· Lips of seal in cover and seal surface on crankshaft end must be clean and free of oil. Failure to properly
clean sealing surfaces may cause oil to leak at seal.
· When installing timing gear cover, be careful not to damage lips of seal. Failure to protect seal lips during
installation of seal over crankshaft end may damage oil seal lips and cause oil leakage.
Install pilot tool from seal kit inside diameter of seal to protect seal lips during gear cover (9) installation.
Install new gasket (14) and timing gear cover (9) onto engine block.
Remove pilot tool from seal bore.