5-13. Engine installation
Insure that all mounting bolts are properly installed. Loose or missing mounting hardware could
cause the engine assembly to be ripped from the sub frame at peak winch loads causing death or
serious injury to personnel and major damage to the equipment.
If proper alignment of the engine assembly and sub frame mounting points cannot be achieved
check the sub frame for misalignment and insure that the torque converter is properly aligned with
the engine. Realign the frame as necessary. Do not misalign the torque converter and engine to
achieve mount- ing alignment since this can damage the drive system.
Install torque converter on engine as necessary.
Install engine and torque converter on sub frame as a unit.
Insure that all engine and torque converter sub frame mounting points are properly aligned and install all
Section V. Removal, Repair and Installation of Chain Drive Components
5-14. Chain drive housing removal
Chain drive housing may be removed without removing torque converter.
Clean assembly with a suitable cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly.
Support torque converter assembly with suitable blocking.
Drain chain case (para 4-17).
Disconnect bellows between chain drive and drive housings (Figure 4-6).
Remove chain drive support plate from chain drive housing.
Remove nuts and lockwashers mating the chain drive housing to converter housing.
Using three tapped holes, insert and tighten bolts evenly to force housings apart.
5-15. Chain drive assembly repair
Refer to Figure 5-2 and disassemble chain drive mechanism.
Wash all components in a suitable cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly.