D r y cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use near
an open flame. K e e p a fire extinguisher nearby when
s o l v e n t is used. U s e only in well-ventilated places.
Failure to do this may result in injury to personnel and
d a m a g e to equipment.
C h e c k that two plunger bores (1) are not scratched. Fix small scratches in
p l u n g e r bores with crocus cloth dipped in dry cleaning solvent.
Some cast iron oil cooler and filter housings (2) do not
have threaded inserts (3) or threaded hex-head bushings
( 4 ) . On these oil cooler and filter housings, threads are
t a p p e d directly into two holes (5).
C h e c k that all tapped holes in oil cooler and filter housing (2) do not have
s t r i p p e d or damaged threads. F i x minor thread damage with a tap. If threads
a r e stripped or badly damaged, put in a threaded insert of the proper size.
O n engine LDS-465-2, check that two threaded inserts (3) are not damaged.
T a k e out damaged threaded inserts using screw thread extractor. Put in
n e w threaded inserts using screw thread inserter.
O n all engines except LDS-465-2,
if oil cooler and filter housing (2) has two
threaded hex-head bushings (4),
check that they are not damaged. Unscrew
a n d take out damaged threaded
hex-head bushings. Coat outside of new
t h r e a d e d hex-head bushings with
sealant, then screw in and tighten them.
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