Attach the front seal puller J-46383
to the front radial seal.
Use a drill bit covered in grease to prevent metal shavings from entering the engine.
Using a drill bit covered in grease, drill three holes into the seal. To locate the holes, look for the indentations in the cover of the radial seal. See Figure
1. Radial Seal
Indentations in the Radial Seal
Install three self-tapping screws through the front seal puller J-46383
and into the holes drilled on the front of the radial seal.
1. Self-Tapping Screw (3 qty)
Installing Self-Tapping Screws
Turn the bolt in the center of the puller clockwise until the front radial seal is removed.
Front Radial Seal Installation
Install the front radial seal as follows:
Do not lubricate the radial seal.
Fit the guide sleeve of the front seal installer J-46388
onto the crankshaft. Then push the new radial seal over the guide sleeve. See Figure
. Make sure the sealing lip of the radial seal is pointing toward the oil pump. Seal must be installed dry.
1. Front Radial Seal
2. Sleeve Guide for Seal
Installing the Front Radial Seal
Put the front seal installer J-46388
over the sleeve guide, and using a hammer, install the front seal. Make sure the seal is set back 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) from the face of the oil pump housing.
Correct Installation of the Radial Seal (cross-section view)
Install the vibration damper on the crankshaft. Tighten the M14 x 1.5 bolts in three stages. For detailed information, refer to section