VIBRATION DAMPER REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
Do not pry on pulley or damper. If force is needed, use rubber mallet or soft-faced hammer to prevent dam-
age to pulley and damper.
Remove crankshaft pulley (3).
Remove vibration damper (4).
Vibration damper is replaced during major engine overhaul, crankshaft replacement or when conditions
identified below are found.
Inspect vibration damper for dents, gouges, fluid leaks or bulges. Replace vibration damper if any of these conditions
Inspect crankshaft pulley for cracked, broken or bent flanges. Replace crankshaft pulley if any of these conditions are
Inspect crankshaft pulley and vibration damper mating surfaces for dirt and other foreign matter prior to installation.
Install vibration damper (4) against crankshaft (5), with stamped part number facing away from engine, and seat firmly.