4-21. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
4-22. Reassembly and Installation
a Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent
and dry thoroughly.
b. Inspect pump shaft and gears for wear or
reassemble the fuel pump and governor assembly.
scoring. Replace defective or damaged parts. See table
1-1 for allowable wear limits.
c. Inspect gear body and cover for scoring or
0.001/0.004 inch. The drive shaft must
excessive wear. See table 1-1 for allowable wear limits.
protrude 2.370/2.412 inch from the body.
Each clearance should not exceed 0.015
inch nor be less than 0.009 inch. If
If shaft bore is scored 1/3 of
pump binds or has excessive play,
circumference or more in cover or
check error in assembly which must be
body, replace. If scored less than 11/
corrected to prevent early pump failure.
clean up and reuse part in current
fuel pump and governor assembly.
c. Governor Adjustment. Adjust governor (TM 5-
Section VII. CRANE FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY
ing. Refer to TM 9-237 for safety precautions for welding
Remove the fuel tank (TM 5-810-232-12).
containers that have held combustibles.
Repair or weld any cracks, breaks or leaks.
Replace all gaskets in the fuel tank with new gaskets.
Weld only after all fumes are
Install fuel tank. Refer to TM 5-3810-232-12.
removed. Steam the interior of the
tank with live steam for at least 8
Section VIII. CRANE RADIOTOR ASSEMBLY
air or water under pressure from the fan side of the core.
Clean the overflow line with compressed air.
The radiator assembly is a one piece core unit mounted
c. Plug all openings in the radiator and insert air
on the front engine support. Coolant is circulated from
hose in the radiator outlet pipe and caulk around the
the coolant pump to the radiator where it is cooled, and
then recalculated through the coolant passages.
d. Immerse the radiator in water and apply 12 to 15
psi air pressure. Watch for signs of air bubbles
a. Remove radiator hoses (TM 53810-232-12).
e. Remove the radiator from the water and
b. Remove radiator (TM 5-3810-232-12).
disconnect air hose. Repair or replace a damaged or
4-29. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
a. Flush the inside of the radiator with an approved
cleaning solvent. Avoid high pressure so as not to
a. Install radiator (TM 5-3810-232-12).
damage the radiator core.
b. Install radiator hoses (TM 5-3810-232-12)
b. Clean the radiator core with compressed