INSTALL COMBINING TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER FAN AND SHAFT
With retaining nut (1) of fan (2) facing up, set the
fan on a firm surface.
Overgreasing can damage fan.
Pump grease (E190) into grease fitting (3) of fan
(2) until grease comes out of vent fitting (4). Do
not overgrease the fan.
Coat four studs (5) on oil cooler (6) with oil (E253,
E254, or E254.1). Install fan (2) on the studs.
Install nuts (7) on studs (5). Torque nuts to 5 to
15 inch-pounds above run-on torque.
Slowly rotate fan impeller assembly (8). Check
that the lower impeller does not rub against
Remove nuts (7) from studs (5). Remove fan (2)
from cooler (6).
Dry cleaning solvent (E162) is
flammable and toxic. It can irritate
skin and cause burns. Use only in
well-ventilated area, away from heat
and open flame. In case of contact,
immediately flush skin or eyes with
water for at least 15 minutes. Get
medical attention for eyes.
Clean splines (10) at each end of shaft (11). Use
dry cleaning solvent (E162) and clean cloths
(E120). Wear gloves (E186) and goggles.