3-88. REMOVING ENGINE FROM MAINTENANCE STAND
THIS TASK COVERS:
b. Component Installation
Engine lifting fixture (15434) ST-125
Compound, antiseize (Appendix C, Item 7)
Sealant, thread (liquid) (Appendix C, Item 27)
Oil, lubricating, OE/HDO 10
(Appendix C, Item 20)
Two water header cover gaskets (15434) 70089-1
SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Six piston cooling nozzle O-rings (15434)
Work area clean and away from blowing dirt and
Gasket (15434) 3031858
Two grommets (15434) S-1003-A
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Six exhaust manifold gaskets (15434) 3020943
All personnel must stand clear during lifting oper-
Turbocharger mounting gasket (15434) 190849
Cover gasket (15434) 65274
Use extreme caution during disassembly or assem-
bly; engine components are heavy.
Automotive repairman MOS 63H
Use extreme caution during disassembly or assembly; engine components are heavy.
Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment or injury to personnel.
Dressed engine assembly
a. Connect engine lifting fixture (1)
Use engine lifting fixture
to two engine lifting brackets (2).
b. Using suitable sling and lifting
Ensure lifting device and engine
device, raise engine just enough
lifting fixture (1) distribute load
to take weight off maintenance
equally on engine lifting brackets
All personnel must stand clear during lifting operations. A snapped chain or swinging or
shifting load may result in injury to personnel.
c. Remove four mounting screws
Ensure engine is supported by
(5) and maintenance stand (4),
cylinder block (6), flywheel
and set on suitable blocks.
housing, or front support. Do not
support engine on oil pan.
Engine lifting fixture (1)
Remove from two engine lifting