3-12. FLWHEEL - REPLACE (Contd)
Do not use the timing pin to lock the engine.
Use a barring tool to hold the engine
Using the timing pin as a locking device
hardware could damage the pin.
INSTALL FLYWHEEL (11). USE BARRING
TOOL TO KEEP THE CRANKSHAFT FROM
TURNING. USE NEW CAPSCREWS (9) AND
Attach a suitable lifting device and hoist,
with a capacity of at least 200 pounds, to
Install new capscrews each time flywheel is
removed to help prevent possible engine
Lift flywheel (11) against end of crankshaft
and install eight new capscrews (9) and
washers (10). Remove hoist and lifting
Install barring tool between long capscrews
in vibration damper.
Firmly hold barring tool to keep flywheel
from turning, and tighten capscrews (9), in
the sequence shown, to 101 lb. ft. torque.
Remove barring tool.