Remove Cylinder Head Subassembly See page EM

37. REMOVE CYLINDER HEAD GASKET (See page EM-55)

38. REMOVE CYLINDER BLOCK WATER JACKET SPACER

(a) Using needle-nose pliers, remove the cylinder block water jacket spacer. NOTICE:

Be sure to remove the water jacket spacer if turning the cylinder block upside down.

39. REMOVE CYLINDER BLOCK WATER DRAIN COCK SUB-ASSEMBLY (w/o Oil Cooler)

(a) Remove the water drain cock from the stiffening crankcase.

(b) Remove the water drain cock plug from the water drain cocks.

40. REMOVE OIL CONTROL VALVE FILTER

(a) Using an 8 mm socket hexagon wrench, remove the plug and filter.

41. REMOVE NO. 1 TAPER SCREW PLUG (w/o Oil Cooler)

(a) Remove the taper screw plug.

42. REMOVE OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 3 bolts, oil pump and gasket.

43. REMOVE NO. 1 AND NO. 2 BALANCESHAFT SUBASSEMBLY

(a) Uniformly loosen and remove the 8 bolts in the sequence shown in the illustration.

(b) Remove the No. 1 and No. 2 balanceshafts.

44. REMOVE NO. 1 BALANCESHAFT BEARING

(a) Remove the balanceshaft bearings.

45. REMOVE ENGINE REAR OIL SEAL

(a) Using a knife, cut off the oil seal lip.

(b) Using a screwdriver with its tip taped, pry out the oil seal.

NOTICE:

After removing the oil seal, check the crankshaft for damage. If it is damaged, smooth the surface with 400-grit sandpaper.

46. REMOVE STIFFENING CRANKCASE ASSEMBLY

(a) Uniformly loosen and remove the 11 bolts in the sequence shown in the illustration.

(b) Using a screwdriver, remove the crankcase by prying between the crankcase and cylinder block. NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the contact surfaces of the crankcase and cylinder block.

(c) Remove the O-ring from the cylinder block.

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