Toluol solvent is potentially dangerous. Avoid repeated and prolonged breathing of vapors and
skin contact. Do not use near open flame, arcing equipment, or other ignition sources. Always
wear safety goggles for eye protection from splashing. Gloves should be worn during use of
To remove damaged acoustical foam (11), pull the acoustical foam firmly away from sound enclosure front panel
assembly. Approximately 1/8 inch of acoustical foam and adhesive backing will remain
Apply Toluol solvent to acoustical foam and backing to thoroughly wet surface area.
Let set for 2 to 3 minutes.
Using putty knife, peel adhesive backing from surface of sound enclosure front panel assembly. Apply additional
Toluol as needed.
To replace acoustical foam (11), wipe surface area of sound enclosure front panel assembly with a clean cloth
dampened in Toluol solvent, and immediately wipe solvent from surface with a clean, dry cloth.
Fabricate appropriate acoustical foam (11). Refer to Appendix F for replacement.
Peel off protective backing.
Place acoustical foam over prepared areas, in correct position, and press firmly in place.
REMOVAL: Refer to Figure 4-21.
Close fuel cock (1) on fuel tank (7).
Loosen hose clamp (2) securing fuel line (3) from fuel tank at fuel selector valve.
Loosen hose clamp (4) securing fuel line (5) to injection pump at fuel selector valve.
Remove fuel selector valve (6) from fuel tank hose (3) and injector hose (5).
Remove fuel tank assembly (7).
Remove fittings (8 through 16) from fuel selector valve (6).
Inspect fuel selection valve (6) for cracks and damaged threads.
Inspect fittings (8 through 16) for cracks and damaged threads.
Repair by replacing damaged components.
Replace fittings (8 through 16) on fuel selector valve (6). Position fittings to align with the incoming and outgoing
Position fuel tank assembly (7) in the fuel tank mounting bracket.
Connect fuel selector valve (6) to fuel tank line (3) and fuel injector line (5).