ENGINE - Continued
Mechanical Governor - Continued
Note the location of the two copper, one plain, and eight lockwashers on the governor to blower bolts.
Remove the 10 bolts and washers securing the governor and fuel pump assembly to the blower.
Tap the sides of the governor housing lightly with a plastic hammer, and pull the governor straight out from
the dowels on the blower end plate.
Remove and discard the governor-to-blower gasket.
JP-4 is a highly volatile fuel. Extraordinary care must be taken when servicing components that use this fuel.
The truck shall be grounded to an approved grounding point if it contains JP-4.
If removed, place a fuel rod cover tube hose
(5) and clamp (4) on each fuel rod cover
tube on each side of the governor housing
Place a new gasket on the forward face of
the blower end plate. Hold in place with
petroleum jelly (item 21, Appendix B).
Push the governor over the dowels in the
blower end plate and against the gasket.
washers, and plain washers as shown.
Tighten all bolts to 17 ft lb (23 Nm).
Slide each fuel rod cover tube hose (5)
down on the cover tube on the cylinder
head and tighten the hose clamps (4).
Install the crossover fuel line to each
Insert the lower end of the left bank fuel rod
down through the top of the governor
housing and through the fuel rod cover
tubes to the injector control tube lever.
Raise the connecting pin (9) up. Insert the
end of the fuel rod (10) between the two
bosses (B) on the lever (11) and insert the
pin through the fuel rod and into the lower