3/8-16 STUD & WASHER ASSEMBLY - HOLES NUMBERING 4 & 5 TORQUE TO 1/-24 FT-LB.
3/8-16 X 2.62 BOLT - HOLES 3-6-7-8-TORQUE TO 18-24 FT.-LB.
3/8-16 X 1.12 BOLT - HOLES 1-2-9-10-11 TORQUE TO 18-24 FT.-LB.
FIG 39. View Looking at Right Side of Engine
Clean any gasket material from the surfaces.
Rotate the crankshaft in a counterclockwise direction (as
viewed from the front) to take up the slack on the left side
of the chain.
7. Check timing chain deflection following the procedures
given on Page 1-05. If the deflection exceeds '2 inch,
replace the timing chain and sprockets.
8. Crank the engine until the timing marks are aligned as
shown in Figure 40 Remove the camshaft sprocket at-
taching bolt and washer. Slide both sprockets and timing
chain forward and remote them as an assembly (Figure
1. Clean and inspect all parts before installation. Oil the
timing chain after installing it on the camshaft and
crankshaft. Be sure the timing marks on the sprockets
are positioned as shown in Figure 40. Install the camshaft
sprocket attaching bolt and washer. Torque the bolt to
2. Apply oil-resistant sealer to a new cylinder front cover
FIG. 40. Aligning Timing Marks
gasket and position the gasket on the cylinder front cover.
Apply sealer to the exposed area of the gasket. On a 200
CID engine, coat the gasket surface of the oil pan with oil
resistant sealer. Cut and position the required portions of
a new gasket on the oil pan. Apply sealer to the exposed
areas of the gasket, including the corners where they
contact the front cover gasket.
3. Install the cylinder front cover using the tool shown in
Figure 43. Torque the attaching bolts to specifications.
4. Lubricate the hub of the crankshaft damper with Lubrip-
late or equivalent to prevent damage to the seal during
installation or initial engine start. Install the crankshaft
damper. Torque the attaching bolt to specifications.
6. Install the fan, pulley and drive belt. Adjust the drive belt.
7. Install the radiator. Connect the radiator upper and lower
hoses. Refill the crankcase with the proper grade and
quantity of engine oil before starting the engine.
8. Fill and bleed the cooling system.
9. Start the engine and check the ignition timing. Operate
the engine at fast idle and check all hose connections and
gaskets for leaks.
FIG. 41. Timing Chain and Sprockets Removal