Posted by William S on October 03, 2012 at 12:42:51 from (18.104.22.168):
Sorry abt the delay in getting back to you all. had to split the 9n and R&R the clutch and the main shaft seal. It took abit of doing but all is back together. Being that I didn"t have a decent floor jack for the front-end, I made a sled to slide the engine down after splitting. A couple of wedges kept it level and re-connecting took 15 minutes. Now, as for the hydraulic problems,,,,the valves need rplcing and I have received all the neeeded gaskets and parts to complete the job. It does appear that the linkage is bent somewhere along the way as well. I have drained the fluid and need to inspect the linkage for proper angles or alignment. AS I have read on previous posts, now is the time to clean the sludge out of the pump section. Is kerosene the preferred cleaner? I looked at other cleaning options at the auto parts store and opted for kerosene, just wanted to make sure I was getting the right cleaner. It"s not easy to locate kerosene at the local service station anymore! Heck it is hard to locate a "service station". Thanks for your help. William
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