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TM  9-2520-272-34&P   3-5.   TORQUE   SPECIFICATIONS   AND   TIGHTENING   SEQUENCE All   nuts,   bolts,   and   screws   in   the   transmission   are   tightened   to   a   torque   value   in   either   pound feet   or   pound   inches.   These   torque   values   are   provided   in   assembly   procedures. The   first   torque   value   shown   for   tightening   bolts,   nuts,   screws,   plugs,   etc.,   is   in   terms   of   pound feet   or   pound   inches   Following   the   torque   values   for   pound   feet   or   pound   inches   is   another   set of   figures   in   parenthesis   for   Newton   meters.   Example: Tighten   bolt   to   12-13   lb-ft   (16-18   N•m) Use   the   figures   in   parentheses   only   when   the   torque   wrench   is   marked   for   Newton   meters. When   bolts,   nuts,   or   screws   are   in   a   circular   pattern,   alternately   tighten   those   located   180 degrees   apart   to   half   of   minimum   torque.   Repeat   the   process,   tightening   to   specified   torque. 3-6   REMOVING   OR   INSTALLING   CONNECTORS Look   at   part   or   wire   to   see   if   it   has   numbers   or   letters.   Write   numbers   or   letters   on   tags   with pencil.   Fasten   tags   on   wires   or   parts   by   twisting   wire   ends   of   tags   Remove   tags   after   wire   or part   is   installed. If   connectors   cannot   be   removed   by   hand,   use   conduit   style   slip-joint   pliers   with   plastic   jaw inserts   to   loosen   them.   Finish   removal   by   hand.   Straighten   any   bent   contacts   with   long   round nose   pliers.   Make   sure   that   contacts   and   keyways   line   up.   Tighten   twist-snap-type   connectors by   hand   only   until   click   is   head. Tighten   screw-on-type   connectors   by   hand   only. Put   a   protective   cap   or   plug   over   any   electrical   connector   that   is   disconnected.   Cover connectors   on   all   cables   moved   to   or   from   the   transmission.   Take   off   covers   when   connectors are   installed. Look   at   connectors   for   broken,   missing,   or   pushed   in   contacts   before   making   any   connections. Tighten   connectors   by   hand   whenever   tools   are   not   called   out. 3-7.   REMOVING   OR   INSTALLING   BEARINGS The   methods   and   tools   used   in   maintenance   procedures   for   replacing   bearings   are   for   normal situations.   Unless   otherwise   specified,   bearings   are   installed   with   manufacturer’s   identification (numbered   side)   out.   Bearing   identification   is   legible   after   bearing   is   installed. Para.   3-5 3-7


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