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INJECTION LINES REPLACEMENT - TM-5-4210-229-14P_193
TM5-4210-229014&P Section XIV.  MAINTENANCE OF DIESEL FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM Para. Para. General  .............................................................. 4-74 Injection Nozzles Replacement....................  4-77 Injection Lines Replacement .............................. 4-75 Injection Pump Replacement ........................ 4-76 4-74.  GENERAL. This section contains information on the maintenance of the diesel fuel injection system that are maintainable at the Or- ganizational level. 4-75. INJECTION LINES REPLACEMENT This task covers: a. Removal b.   Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Safety Instructions General Mechanics Tool Kit Engine OFF. Fuel Line Nut Wrenches Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Materials/Parts Injection Lines (1802 951C1 through 1802 956C1) REMOVAL a. Remove line clamps (1) to remove single lines as necessary.   It   is   not   necessary   to   remove   the clamps (1) to remove all six lines, the lines can be removed as an assembly. b. Loosen line nuts (2) at the nozzles and remove the lines   from   the   nozzles   (3),   capping   the   nozzles immediately. CAUTION The injection pump delivery valve holder (4) must   be   held   with   a   wrench   to   prevent movement   when   the   lines   are   being   re- moved  or  installed  in  the  injection  pump. Failure to do this may result in fuel leakage. 4-86

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