(2) Inspect the rubber mounting parts for
Do not rest the engine on its oil
cracks, deterioration, cuts, loss of resiliency, and other
pan. This may damage the oil
damage; replace damaged mounting parts.
(3) Inspect the support tie rod for damaged
threads and distortion; replace damaged rod.
(6) Remove the cotter pin (10), nut (11), flat
(4) Inspect the radiator support for cracks,
washer (12), and support mounting (13) from the end of
broken weldments, distortion, and other damage;
the gear cover stud (20). Raise the engine out of
reweld, straighten, or replace a damaged support.
engagement with the radiator support. Mount the
(5) Inspect the ground strap for rust,
engine on an overhaul stand, or provide proper blocking
corrosion, and other damage. If necessary, sandpaper
to rest it on the floor.
the end terminals to ensure a good electrical contact
(7) Remove the flat washer (21), support
between the radiator support and engine at installation.
mount (22), and mount retainer (23) from the radiator
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
(1) Install the engine on the radiator support
as shown in figure 3-17. Make sure the ground strap
(19) is making good electrical contact between parts.
Clean all parts in a well-ventilated
(2) When you install the tie rod (9) that
area. Avoid inhalation of solvent
connects the radiator support (25) with the flywheel
fumes and prolonged exposure of
housing, position the inner nuts so that they prevent
skin to cleaning solvent. Wash
excessive strain on the radiator support when the outer
exposed skin thoroughly.
nuts are tightened. The bottom of the radiator support
cleaning solvent (Fed. Spec. P-D-
must be horizontal when the tie rod is installed.
680) used to clean parts is
(3) Install the radiator (TM 5-4320-234-12,
personnel and property. Do not
(4) Install the engine housing (TM 5-4320-
use near open flame or excessive
234-12, para 4-19).
heat. Flash point of solvent is 100
(5) Install the engine on the centrifugal pump
F. to 138 F. (38 C. to 59 C. ).
assembly (para 2-11).
(1) Clean the rubber mounting parts with a
cloth dampened with cleaning solvent (Fed. Spec. P-D-
680). Wash all remaining parts in solvent.