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940 L4-2.3L SOHC VIN 88 B230F (1992)

Engine, Cooling and Exhaust > Engine > Seals and Gaskets, Engine > Camshaft Oil Seal > Component Information > Technical Service Bulletins > Page 3337

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Camshaft Oil Seal: Service and Repair

REPLACING FRONT SEALS FOR CAMSHAFT, INTERMEDIATE SHAFT AND CRANKSHAFT 

Special Tools Required: 5284, 5025, 5034.

Check that flame guard is not blocked. 

A blocked flame guard prevents crankcase ventilation from operating properly. Crankcase pressure will be too high.

NOTE: Flame guard should not be installed on turbo engines.

Symptoms of a blocked flame guard are:

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oil dipstick pops up of pipe.

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oil leaks from oil seals in cylinder block. The oil seals need not always be replaced if they leak due to a blocked flame guard. Clean flame
guard and engine and recheck seals for leakage

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engine knocks.

 
 
REMOVAL PROCEDURE:

Disconnect battery ground cable. 

Remove: 
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cooling fan

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clamp for preheating hose below fan shroud (optional)

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fan shroud

Remove drive belts and coolant pump pulley 
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loosen adjustments

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remove AC compressor and alternator belts

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remove pulley

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