Remove the bolts and the bearing caps.
CAUTION: To prevenl warpago unscrow lhe bolts
in s€quence 1/3 turn at a tims, r€paat the soquence
until all bolts ar€ loo3ened.
MAIN BEARING CAP BOLTS LOOSENING SEOUENCE
Remove the rod caps/bearings and main capvbear-
ings. Keep all caps/bearing in order.
Lift the crankshaft out of the engine, being careful
not to damage journals.
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Remove the upper bearing halves from the connect-
ing rods and set them aside with their respective
Reinstall the main caps and bearings on the engine
in proper order,
lf you can feel ridge of metal or hard carbon around
t h e t o p o f e a c h c y l i n d e r , r e m o v e i t w i t h a r i d g e
reamer. Follow the reamer manufacturer's instruc-
CAUTION; lf the ridge is not removed, it may dam-
age tho pistons as they are pushod out.
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Use the wooden handle of a hammer to drive the
1 3 . Reinstall the connecting rod bearings and caps after
removing each piston/connecting rod assembly.
Mark each piston/connecting rod assembly with its
cylinder number to avoid mixup on reassembly.
NOTE: The existing number on the connecting rod
does not indicate its position in the engine, it indi-
cates the rod bore size.