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Section V. FUEL PUMP, FUEL STRAINER AND FUEL TANK
(5) Turn the crankshaft 180 clockwise
shroud which is 45 counterclockwise
and adjust the lifter clearance. of
from vertical as shown in figure 22.
number 3 cylinder as in (3) above.
(3) Insert a feeler gage between the cap
of the tappet assembly (5, fig. 26) and
(6) Turn the crankshaft until the marked
the end of the valve (10) and measure
vane is in line with the number 2 cyl-
the clearance. The proper clearance
inder centerline (fig. 22). Adjust the
for the intake valves is 0.008 and 0.016
lifter clearance of the number 4 cylin-
inch for the exhaust valves cold. The
der as in (3) above.
clearance is correct when there is a
(7) Turn the crankshaft 180 clockwise
slight drag felt as the feeler gage is
and adjust the lifter clearance of the
moved.
number 2 cylinder as in (3) above.
(4) Turn the cap of the tappet assembly
(8)Install the valve inspection covers as
until the correct clearance is obtained.
outlined in a above.
The adjusting screw is self-locking
and will hold this setting.
Section IV. OIL FILLER AND FILTER MOUNTING GROUP
(2) Install the cork washer on the oil sabre
126. General
(28) and insert the sabre in the crank-
The oil filler and filter mounting group, made
case.
up of the oil filter, oil filler tube, breather cap,
and oil sabre, provides a means of maintaining
128. Oil Filter
a clean supply of lubricating oil in the engine
a. Removal.
crankcase.
(1) Remove the filter element from the oil
filter (par. 52).
127. Oil Filler Tube and Sabre
(2) Disconnect the oil lines from each of
a. Removal.
the elbows in the oil filter (24, fig. 11)
(1) Remove the oil sabre (28, fig. 11)
and remove the elbows from the oil
from the crankcase and remove the
filter.
cork washer from the sabre.
(3) Remove the four hex nuts, lockwash-
ers, and bolts (25) that secure the oil
(2) Pull the breather cap (1) off the oil
filter to the frame and remove the
filler tube and remove the tube and the
filter.
oil filler screen from the crankcase.
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
(1) Clean the oil filter with an approved
(1) Clean all parts with an approved clean-
solvent and dry thoroughly.
ing solvent and dry thoroughly.
(2) Inspect the oil filter for cracks, breaks,
(2) Inspect the filler cap, filler tube, and
distortion, and damaged threads. Re-
sabre for cracks, breaks, and distor-
place a defective oil filter.
tion. Inspect the sabre for legible oil
(3) Inspect all attaching parts for distor-
level marks.  Replace all defective
tion and damaged threads. Replace
parts.
all defective parts.
(3) I n s p e c t the screen for tears and
c. Installation.
clogged condition. Replace a defective
(1) Position the oil filter (24, fig. 11) on
screen.
the frame and secure with the four
c. Installation
bolts (25), lockwashers, and hex nuts.
(2) Install the two elbows in the oil filter
(1) Install the oil filler screen and the oil
and connect the oil lines to the elbows.
filler tube in the crankcase and install
(3) Install a new filter element in the oil
the breather cap (1, fig. 11) on the
filter (par. 52).
filler tube.
AGO 5742A

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