CYLINDER BLOCK - CONTlNUED
REPAIR - CONTINUED
Steps 51 and 52 are provided for cylinder blocks tagged for camshaft bushing
51. Cylinder block (1)
Using ST-1228 camshaft bushing driver
Positioning of new camshaft bushing in number seven bushing bore (rear of cylinder
block) is critical. The new bushing must be pressed in, leaving clearance between
bushing and rear face of cylinder block to allow oil to drain from hole at rear of camshaft.
Hydraulic lock will occur if oil drain passage is blocked.
Be sure oil hole in camshaft bushings is alined with oil feed hole in cylinder block.
Damage to engine will occur if camshaft bushings are installed improperly.
Number one camshaft bushing (front of cylinder block) is different from the other six
Position on ST-1228 camshaft bushing
driver (3), alining oil hole (4) with oil
hole in camshaft bushing bore.
Press in to position in camshaft bushing
Check oil hole alinement.
If oil hole (4) is not alined, reposition