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BUCKET AS 2389520 - Caterpillar



2389520 BUCKET AS Caterpillar parts BUCKET
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Caterpillar 2389520 BUCKET AS

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Assemble Tooling (B), as shown. Refer to Tool Operating Manual, NEHS0935.
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Install sensor assembly (7) into Tooling (B) .
Slide Tooling (C) over sensor assembly (7) until Tooling (C) has cleared the dimple in the side of sensor assembly (7), as shown.Note: If Tooling (C) is installed to the point which exposes the O-ring seal on sensor assembly (7), continue pulling sensor assembly (7) through Tooling (C) and repeat Steps 3 and 4. This will help prevent cutting the O-ring seal with Tooling (C) .
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Install sleeve (4) over the harness assembly.
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Start by threading Tooling (D) through the wire passage of the cylinder. Continue threading Tooling (D) through the cylinder and secure Tooling (D) to the wires of sensor assembly (7), as shown.
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With the help of another person, use Tooling (B) and Tooling (D) to guide the sensor assembly into position.Note: Use the alignment marks on Tooling (B) to ensure proper alignment of the sensor assembly into the counterbore. The sensor assembly should be installed with the alignment marks that are found on Tooling (B) toward the top, or in line with the wire passage in the cap if the wire passage is not in a vertical position.Note: Prior to installation of the new sensor, verify that the new sensor is not bent. If the sensor shows signs of damage do not use the sensor. This can be checked by rolling the sensor on a flat surface. The weight of the sensor may cause the sensor to droop or sag, which is acceptable. Note: Remove the sensor if the sensor is bent during installation. Immediate failure may not result from a bent sensor. A bent sensor will however increase wear of the sensor and lead to sensor failure.
Use Tooling (B) to push the sensor assembly into the counterbore until the pin engages the slot on the side of the sensor assembly. Make sure that the sensor assembly has engaged the counterbore correctly. Gently try to rotate Tooling (B) in both directions in order to ensure proper engagement of the sensor assembly.
Use a suitable mallet and Tooling (B) to tap the sensor assembly into the counterbore until the sensor assembly rests against the face of the counterbore.
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Apply Tooling (E) to set screw (8). Install set screw (8). Tighten set screw (8) to a torque of 25 6 N m (18 4 lb ft).
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Install grommet (6) .
Apply Tooling (F) to the mating surface of plate (5) and install plate (5) .
Install sleeve (4) and connector assembly (3) .
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Install cover (1) and bolts (2). Note: For pistons that are retained with a nut, refer to the following instructions for the installation of the magnet.
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Apply Tooling (G) to the threads of carrier (13) and install carrier (13) into rod (14). Tighten carrier (13) to a torque of 35 5 N m (26 4 lb ft).
Install magnet (12) into carrier (13) .
Apply Tooling (G) to retainer (11) and install retainer


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