Storage instructions

The engine and all its auxiliaries, including the instruments, spares, tools and various fixtures are furnished being coated with a rust preventer and crated for a protracted storage indoors. The expiration date of the rust-preventing coating is entered in the Engine Logbook. The engine which is to be put into storage must be kept with

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Cylinder Liner Dismantling and reassembling

Cylinder liners with bores free from visible defects such as fractures, deep scratches, scorings are subject to a check up for the purpose of determining the amount of wear. To that end, the bore is measured at three different levels spaced 20, 75 and 100 mm from the top, respectively, using a hole gauge. Badly

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Dismantling and reassembling Speed Governor

For replacing external spring 26 and internal one 27 of the speed governor, screw out spindle 20 as far as it will go, remove housing 23 and retainer 24. Fig. Speed governor; 5Д2-1, 5П2, 8П2 and 10П2 diesel engines:1, 20, 33 — splindle; 2 — detent; 3, 5 — spring; 4 — pump cutoff handle;

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Fuel Injection Pump Dismantling and reassembling

The procedure of taking apart the fuel injection pump as follows: back off union 12, remove spring 11 and withdraw delivery valve assembly 10, using a special puller. Depress tappet 3, insert a pin into a hole at the bottom of the body, remove retainer ring 23, the pin, lower spring retainer 2, spring 22,

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Injector Dismantling and reassembling

It is good practice to take apart, repair and adjust injectors at a work place specially equipped for the job. Preparatory to taking an injector apart, wash it. On disassembling the injector, with all the components in benzine or fuel oil, but never in the same bath with the nozzle body and nozzle valve. Fig.

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Dismantling and reassembling Crankshaft

On the 5Д2, 5Д2-1, 5П2, 8П2, 10П2 diesel engines, the crankshaft is driven out of the block integrally with the bearings by a special puller or by a copper drift which is being slightly lapped on after unbolting the block cover plate at the flywheel end of the engine. The bearings are forced off the

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Connecting Rod-Piston Assembly

Carefully remove the carbon from the top of each cylinder liner, using a scraper. Back off the crankpin bearing bolts accessible through the cylinder block manhole, remove the bearing caps and withdraw each of the connecting rods integrally with its piston through the cylinder bore. Thoroughly clean the components of carbon and inspect them to

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