d. Remove screw (20), chain (21), lock washer (22), nut (23) and screen (24) from the assembly.
Remove vent (25) from tank (27).
3-46. Inspection and Repair
a. Clean all parts with cleaning solvent, Federal Specification P-D-680, or equivalent.
Inspect all parts r indications of excessive wear.
Inspect hose for deterioration or cracks . Replace hose if not in good condition.
d. place all gaskets.
e. Inspect tank for leaks, cracks or breaks. If welding is necessary, steam clean the interior of the tank with live
steam for at least 8 hour, to remove any fuel, before welding.
Refer to TM 9-237 r safety precautions for welding containers that have held combustibles.
a. Refer to figure 3-9. Install vent (25) and safety label (26) if it was removed.
b. Assemble screen (24), nut (23), lock washer (22), chain (21), and screw (20) and install the assembly into the
fuel tank inlet.
c. Install new gasket (19), screw (16), chain (17) and cap (18).
d. Install new gasket (15) and transmitter (14). Lightly secure the transmitter to the tank with four
e. Install elbow (13), drain cock (12) and pipe nipple (11).
f Install strips (10), straps (9) and mounting strips (8). Install fuel tank assembly into position in the
a Secure tank into position with washers (7) and nuts (6).
b. Install electrical lead (5) and secure the lead with screw (4). Tighten remaining screws (4).
c. Install plate (3 hose (2) and secure the hose with hose clamps (1).
Section IX. REPAIR OF FUEL PUMP
The fuel pump is a positive displacement, gear type pump which transfers fuel from the supply tank t the fuel injectors.
The pump circulates an excess supply of fuel through the injector which purges the air from the system and cools the
a Refer TM 5-3810-295-12 and disconnect the fuel lines from the inlet and outlet openings in the fuel pump.
b. Refer to figure 3-10 and remove the three pump attaching screws (1) and withdraw the pump. Remove gasket