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D4d front plate removal

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252431 by Farm
D4d front plate removal was created by Farm
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  2. how do I remove this?
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3 months 2 weeks ago #252444 by Ray54
Replied by Ray54 on topic D4d front plate removal
I am lost, but will guess any way. This is the front timing cover? Cat like threaded hole like the one showing top right. Put bolt in and use as pusher. But since I am only guessing that could be where they used a dowl to line things up.
But the real go to is the service mans reference book by Cat. Hopefully there is one in the library here if you are a paid member.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #252448 by Busso20
Replied by Busso20 on topic D4d front plate removal
Hi Farm, you may need to remove the front row of bolts on the oil pan as well they possibly go thru the pan into the front cover, the bearing weld it a bit and shrink it if you can't access to knock out with punch, I know the later engines do have location dowels as Ray 54 suggested, this era of motor I don't know for sure, I hope it goes well, cheers

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3 months 2 weeks ago #252450 by Farm
Replied by Farm on topic D4d front plate removal
I just determined I don’t need to remove the plate.
It must be installed during manufacture and never designed to be removed.

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