ENGINE - Continued
To remove and install the truck engine, the workshop must be equipped with an overhead hoist or crane.
The hoist or crane should have a lifting capacity of at least 4000 lb (1814 kg) to a height of at least 16 ft
(4.9 m) from floor to level.
Tag and disconnect wiring to electrical sender units in left and right-hand thermostat housings.
Remove engine vent hose from left side rocker cover.
Tag and disconnect all remaining coolant hoses connected to engine.
Remove temperature probe, left-hand thermostat housing.
Remove exhaust manifolds from heads and exhaust pipes from turbocharger assembly as detailed in
Tag and disconnect wiring to shunt attached to rear of left-hand lifting bracket.
Tag and disconnect wiring to governor control.
Tag and disconnect air hose and water hose attached to fire pump governor.
Tag and disconnect air hose attached to foot throttle air chamber.
(10) Remove rpm sensor from engine bell housing.
(11) Remove engine fuel shutdown, throttle cylinder and pump governor assemblies as detailed in para. 2-
(12) Remove coolant valves or fittings that may interfere in engine removal.
(13) Remove section of roof turret water pipe running under engine and frame.
(14) Remove engine oil filter as detailed in TM 5-4210-220-12.
(15) Remove mounting bolts from front engine mounting brackets.
(16) Install suitable sling (eg. J36130-806) to the three engine lift brackets, rated at 4000 lbs. Attach hoist to
sling. Lift engine up. Remove front mount brackets from engine.
(17) Remove engine from engine compartment and install onto overhaul stand.