Figure 3-80. Thermostat housing, disassembly and reassembly.
Section XV. ENGINE CLUTCH
The clutch, when engaged, transfers power from engine
to power takeoff output shaft, which actuates the
operating mechanism. A drive chain connects the engine
drive sprocket, working off the output shaft, to the main
The clutch is controlled, through
adjustable linkage, from the operators cab. An auxiliary
control lever is located on the power takeoff housing. The
engine clutch requires adjustment if it will not pull the
load, heats, or the operating lever jumps out of
3-101. Clutch Lever and Linkage
and remove clutch lever and linkage. Install in reverse
b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair.
(1) Clean all parts in an approved cleaning
solvent and dry thoroughly.
(2) Visually inspect all parts for excessive
wear, burs, stripped threads, ,or other damage or defect.
(3) Repair by replacing a damaged or defective
part, or defective mounting hardware
engine clutch adjustment
(2) Adjust lever and linkage by removing pins
from clevises, and turning each clevis clock
Figure 3-81. Clutch lever and linkage,
removal and installation.