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TM5-4210-229-14&P 6-11.  OIL PUMP, FILTERS, AND COOLER MAINTENANCE This task cover:     a.  Removal b.  Inspection c.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools Dial Indicator General Mechanics Tool Kit Equipment Condition Para.  Condition Description 6-7    Vibration Damper Removed Materials/Parts Oil Cooler (444612) Filter (1801090C1) Oil Pump Service Package (1802666C91) Filters (675616C91) Oil Filter Base Gasket (675398C1) Diesel Fuel (Appendix D, Item 18) Lubricating Oil (Appendix D, Item 37) Plastigage (Appendix D, Item 40a) Cleaning Solvent (Appendix D, Item 54). REMOVAL a.  Lubricating oil pump removal. CAUTION Whenever the oil pump housing is removed from the crankcase front cover, be careful not to mix the six oil pump housing capscrews with any other hardware.  These capscrews have a nylon pelIet mounted in the threads to seal through tapped holes which go into the oil cavity behind the crankcase front cover.  Installation of capscrews not so equipped will result in oil leaks at these points.  The leaks will not be obvious until after the engine has been put back into service.  To prevent the possible loss of the capscrew sealing characteristic, the capscrews should not be used more than two or three times. (1) Remove the capscrews and washers secur- ing the pump housing to the front cover. (2) Remove the pump housing (1) with the outer rotor (2) and O-ring (3) from the front cover. (3) Remove the inner rotor (4), housing plate (5), and O-ring (6). (4) Remove the seal washer from the crank- shaft. b.  Oil filter removal. (1) Before removing filter elements clean the elements and base with diesel fuel (Appen- dix D, Item 18). (2) Disconnect the turbocharger oil supply line at the filter base. 6-23

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