Can anyone that's removed the front pump from an E40D point me in a direction? I've got all of the retaining bolts out, and the front cover loosened up. Just cannot get it to come out. I've got the front seal removed, but not the bearing that the converter rides on. Is there a snap ring or something else I need to remove?
AllData gives a pretty good diagram, and it looks like everything should come on out as it is. Figured I'd ask before I break something though.
Checked the ATSG book. Two of the holes should be threaded so you can attach a slide hammer. Book shows a slide hammer in each. You might be able to just thread a bolt in each, and use an improv prybar technique to pull it. Doesn't show the bolt size.
I'll second the slide hammer method as when we pulled mine out it took quite a bit of effort to get it out squarely with 2 slide hammers as theres a large square cut 0-ring around the OD of the pump housing that makes for a tight fit to the case.
Be careful & go slow also when reinstalling as things need to be lined up perfectly for it to fit.
Best of Luck
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the filter attaches to teh pump so remove it, you can take teh input shaft half way out and use it as a pry bar side to side to wiggle it out, if it will not go then a slide hammer is the only way, but you want to replace the front bushing too.
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