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MBE 4000 REAR RADIAL SEAL

A Kent-Moore tool, the Rear Seal Installer and Receptacle (J 45393 or 457 589 02 15 00) is required for this procedure. ‪

Rear Radial Seal Removal

Remove the rear radial seal as follows: ‪

  1. Remove the flywheel. Refer to section . See Figure 41934 .

    1. Flywheel ‪

    3. Flywheel Housing ‪

    2. Rear Radial Seal ‪

    4. End of Crankshaft ‪

    Rear Radial Seal Location

  2. Protect the crankshaft with a rag, then using a screwdriver, press out the radial seal. See Figure 41935 .

    1. Rear Radial Seal ‪

    3. Heavy Cloth ‪

    2. End of Crankshaft ‪

    4. Screwdriver ‪

    Removing the Rear Radial Seal

Rear Radial Seal Installation

Install the rear radial seal as follows: ‪

Note: The radial seal does not need to be lubricated.

  1. Inspect the contact surface of the flywheel for damage and wear. If it is scored or worn, replace it.
  2. Place the receptacle,(J 45393 or 457 589 02 15 00) , on the end of the crankshaft. Put the new radial seal in place on the rear seal installer, (J 45393 or 457 589 02 15 00) . Position the rear seal installer on the receptacle, and press the seal in until it bottoms out. See Figure 41936 .

    1. Rear Radial Seal ‪

    Installing the Rear Radial Seal

  3. Check the sealing lip on the radial seal to make sure it is positioned correctly.
  4. Install the flywheel. Refer to section .