100 YRM 1120
WARNING All fuels are very flammable and can burn or cause an explosion. DO NOT use an open flame to check the fuel level or to check for leaks in the fuel system. No smoking. Breathing fuel vapor may cause nausea, unconsciousness or death. Long term exposure to gasoline vapors may cause liver or kidney damage and cancer. Avoid breathing vapor. 15. Disconnect the fuel lines at the engine. Put caps on fuel lines to prevent fuel leakage. NOTE: Lift trucks equipped with Yanmar diesel engine do not have an ECM. NOTE: Lift trucks equipped with 2007 Mazda emission compliant engines and lift trucks built after January, 2010 equipped with Mazda engines, do not have a governor controller and the ECM for these engines is mounted on the side of the engine. 16. For lift trucks built before 2007, equipped with Mazda engines - Disconnect the electronic control
module (ECM) connector and governor controller from the side of the frame before removing the engine from the truck. 17. 2007 Mazda emission compliant engines only - Disconnect the engine harness connectors from the right hand chassis harness connectors before removing the engine from the truck. 18. Lift trucks built after January, 2010 equipped with Mazda engines - Disconnect the engine harness connectors from the right hand chassis harness connectors before removing the engine from the truck. 19. Use the access port on the side of engine and remove the four bolts that attach the flywheel to the torque converter. See Figure 24. 20. Connect a lifting device to the engine. Put a block under the transmission housing to support the transmission. NOTE: Perform Step 21 for lift trucks equipped with iron housing transmission. 21. Remove capscrews from transmission bell housing.
A. TYPICAL FOR MAZDA AND YANMAR ENGINES
B. TYPICAL FOR GM ENGINES
1. ACCESS PORT
2. FLYWHEEL HOUSING
Figure 24. Torque Converter Bolt Access