5-9. Engine assembly removal and installation
Refer to lubrication chart (Figure 3-1) and drain engine crankcase and torque converter.
Drain engine cooling system.
Refer to Figure 4-6. Disconnect chain case bellows and drive chain.
Disconnect and cap air and fluid lines and ports between engine and winch frame. Cover open end of
chain case and drive sprocket.
Remove engine assembly sub frame bolts.
Remove engine assembly from winch.
Install engine assembly in reverse order of that described in paragraph 5- 9a.
Insure that all caps and covers are removed from lines, plugs and openings before reconnecting.
Service equipment in accordance with paragraph 4-1.
Start engine and adjust throttle linkage for proper idle rpm.
Do not attempt engine or torque converter disassembly at the beach work site unless appropriate
maintenance shelters are available. Disassembly at the beach site allows excess dirt and sand to
enter bearings and stick to machined surfaces and results in rapid wear that can cause major
5-10. Torque converter removal
Refer to figure 5-1 and remove torque converter mounting bolts from engine sub frame support plate.
Remove bolts that mate torque converter to engine drive shaft flywheel housing.
The clutch assembly will remain attached to the engine flywheel. During removal, move the clutch
handle as necessary to allow the forks to slip off the sliding sleeve pins.
Remove torque converter from engine and sub frame.