body according to removal markings and secure with six
o. Install two guides (22), inlet valves (21)
and valve springs (20) in cylinder block body (34).
l. Press bushings (33) into connecting rods (31).
p. Install six pipe plugs 119) in cylinder
Connect pistons (32) and connecting rods by pressing
piston pins (30) into pistons and rods. Secure pins with
q. Install two discharge valve seats (17) and
lock wires (29).
plug (16) in cylinder head (18). Install valves (15),
m. Using a piston ring expander tool install four
springs (14) and secure with two discharge valve
compression rings (27) and two oil scraper rings(28) in
grooves on pistons (321.
r. Install gasket (7) and cylinder head (18)
n. Using a piston sleeve installer to compress
on cylinder block according to removal markings
piston rings, slide connecting rod and piston assemblies
and secure with ten screws (6).
through top of cylinder block and into body. Install four
s. Install discharge fitting (3) and gasket (4)
bearing inserts (26), aligning insert oil hole with rod oil
hole. Install connecting rod caps (25) over bearing
and lockwashers (2).
Install inlet connector
inserts around crankshaft journals. Secure caps to rods
assembly, items (8 thru 12).
t. Set gasket (5) in place and install
on engine as outlined in TM 5-3810-294-20.
Section VII. REPAIR OF HYDRAULIC PUMP
The power steering system consists of a vane type
Refer to TM 5-3810-294-20 for instructions to remove
hydraulic steering pump, the steering gear proper which
the pump from the engine.
contains a hydraulic control valve and a power cylinder,
and mechanical steering control linkages. The operator
is able to steer the machine even if hydraulic power is
lost, although additional effort will be required.
Figure 12-6. Hydraulic pump, exploded view