CRANKSHAFT REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
Rotate engine on stand so crankshaft is in up position.
Remove main bearing cap bolts (10) and washers (11).
Place upper main bearing shells and thrust washers with respective main bearing caps and lower main
bearing shells. If reused, install upper and lower main bearing shells and thrust bearing in original posi-
Main bearing caps are bored in position and stamped with position number. Caps must be installed in
their original positions, with marked (numbered) side of each cap toward cooler (right) side of cylinder
Slightest burr or particle of dirt between backs of no. 6 main bearing thrust washers and saddle or cap
may decrease clearance between washer and crankshaft beyond specified limits.
Remove seven main bearing caps (12) and lower main bearing shells (13).
Crankshaft weighs 408 lb (185.23 kg). Use suitable lifting device to lift and support crankshaft. Failure to do
so could result in serious injury to personnel.
Using nylon rope and suitable lifting device, lift crankshaft (14) from cylinder block (15).
Remove seven upper main bearing shells (16).
Remove two thrust washers (17) from sides of main bearing saddle no. 6 (18).