(4) Place split end of short toggle link over
eyebolt. (18), insert pin and lock with cotter pin.
(1) Insert eyebolt in locking-dog in original
position if engagement has been satisfactory.
(5) Insert end of long link in recess in center
casting, insert pin and lock with cotter pin.
(2) Place locking-dog in frame, insert shaft and
lock with two cotter pins.
c. Adjustment of Swing Lock Levers.
(3) Assemble two toggle links with toggle link pin
(14) and cotter pin.
Section VIII. MAINTENANCE OF ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Fuel Filters, Service and Replacement
Fuel Pump Service
Refer to figure 4-7 and service the fuel pump filter
to replace or clean the fuel filters.
b. Discard filter cartridge assemblies.
c. Wash strainer element (7) and filter bodies in an
approved cleaning solvent; blow dry with compressed
Refer to figures 4-8, 4-9 and 4-10 to replace the fuel
lines and fittings.
Primer Assembly Replacement
Shutdown Valve Replacement
Refer to figure 4-14 and replace the primer unit, lines
Throttle Control Replacement
(2) Discard preformed packing.
Tank Cap Strainer Service and Replacement
shutdown valve, using new preformed packing.
Refer to figure 3-7 and service and replace the fuel
Air Cleaner Service and Replacement
tank cap strainer.
a. Regular service intervals, along with close visual
Fuel Tank Inspection and Replacement
inspection of the dry-type air cleaner, are necessary for
proper cleaning of the engine inlet air. The service
a. Inspect fuel tank for leaks and loose mounting
interval will vary with weather and working conditions.
bolts or fuel line connections.
Where dust conditions are severe, it will be necessary to
Tighten loose mounting bolts or fuel line
service the air cleaner frequently. Refer to paragraph 3-
connections if necessary. See that cap vent is open.
13 and service the air cleaner.