5-2. OUTPUT SHAFT DRAG CHECK
(SHEET 3 OF 3)
1 If tab of washer (1) is bent, use chisel
straighten bent tab of washer (1) that
on output flange (3).
and hammer to
retains bolt (2)
2 Using torque wrench on bolt (2), turn output flange to
the right (clockwise). Torque while turning should not
exceed 20 Ib-ft (27 Nm).
3 If dimple is not present in washer (1), use punch and
hammer to punch dimple in washer (1). Dimple must
go down into dimple hole (4) in left and right flanges
Tab of washer (1) may be on any flat of the
bolt (2) head, except tab must be away from
dimple hole (4).
4 Using hammer and punch bend tab on washers (1) up
against flat of left and right bolt heads (2).
If torque reading in drag check (Step 2) did not
exceed 20 lb-ft (27 Nm), go to paragraph 5-3.
l If torque reading in drag check exceeded 20 lb-ft (27
Nm), return transmission to General Support
maintenance with report on output shaft drag check.
End of Task 1
Para. 5-2, Task 1