freezing weather, run the engine for at least one hour
3-11. Engine Oil Pan Service
after adding water. Keep the batteries charged at all
Stop engine. Refer to current LO and service the engine
oil pan. Check oil level. Add oil if necessary. Recheck
3-8. Radiator Service
3-12. Distributor (Ignition) Service No service is
normally necessary for the distributor assembly.
Add clean water to bring the level to :s, inch above the
However, if the engine should fail to start, or if the
baffle plate, if necessary.
distributor has become wet, remove the metal cover
Caution: Turn radiator cap slowly and allow
distributor cap and the points with a clean dry lint-free
cloth. Inspect the distributor cover for cracks or damage.
pressure to escape before removing it.
Inspect the rotor for cracks or damage. Inspect the
points for excessive pitting or corrosion.
b. Refer to TB ORD 651 for instruction concerning
deficiencies to Organizational Maintenance. Lubricate
amount of antifreeze in cold weather operation.
the distributor at the periodic intervals listed in the
3-9. Air Cleaner Service
3-13. Fuel Tank Service
The fuel tank should be kept as full as possible at all
3-10. Fuel Filter (Sediment Bowl) Service
cap tight to prevent the entry of foreign material into the
Refer to figure 3-5 and service the sediment bowl.
tank. Refer to figure 3-6. If water or other contamination
is detected in the gasoline, refer to figure 3-7 and drain
the tank at the tank drain beneath the revolving frame.
Figure 3-5. Sediment bowl service.
Figure 3-6. Fuel tank filler cap.