TM 5-3810-207-20/TO 36C23-3-37-12
Figure 141. Turn signal switch, removal and installation, exploded view.
Section II. CARRIER LUBRICATION SYSTEM
Engine lubrication is furnished by a geartype,
recirculating oil pump which is driven from the camshaft.
The pump is located in the crankcase and forces oil
through the oil filter to the main gallery line and is
distributed to the main bearings and other lower parts of
the engine. Oil to the rocker arms is fed up through the
front cam journal, through a passage in the front of the
block leading through the head gasket, into the front
cylinder head, to the front rocker arm shaft, through the
front rocker arm shaft, then down to a passage in the
block, and up to the rear cylinder head. From the rear
cylinder head the oil travels through the rear rocker arm
shaft, down through the block, through the filter, into the
cooler, and back to the crankcase.
240. Crankcase Breather
Removal. Remove the breather as instructed
on figure 142.
Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair.
Clean all parts with an approved cleaning
solvent and dry thoroughly.
Inspect all parts for breaks, leaks, dents, and
other damage. Repair or replace all damaged
parts as necessary.