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ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_634
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig.  3  Right Rear View of Engine 1. Carburetor 7. Manifold shroud 2. PCV valve 8. Drain cock 3. Air pump 9. Starting motor 4. Alternator 10. Clutch 5. Shroud hose 11. Oil pressure sending unit 6. Dipstick 12. Lifting eye The hydraulic valve lifters minimize engine noise and maintain zero valve lash or tappet clearance.  This eliminates the need for periodic adjustment. The    cylinder    head    assemblies    feature    a    high turbulence-type    of    combustion    chamber    which    provides superior   combustion   characteristics   to   produce   very   high volumetric and thermal efficiencies.  The cylinder heads used on  the  engines  are  equipped  with  a  positive  valve  rotating mechanism on the exhaust valve only.  This device is called a "Roto  Coil"  and  is  located  at  the  base  of  each  exhaust  valve spring.    The  cylinder  heads  also  incorporate  an  integral  air manifold. Another  important  feature  of  the  cylinder  heads  is that  they  are  completely  interchangeable  from  one  cylinder bank to the other bank.  The cylinder head gaskets are made of composition material which prevents compression leakage between  the  cylinder  block  and  cylinder  head.    The  gaskets also prevent leakage of water from the water jackets into the cylinders.    The  gaskets  are  also  interchangeable  from  one bank to another. When  viewing  the  engine  from  the  driver's  seat,  the cylinders on the left bank are numbered 2, 4, 6 and 8 with No. 2 being at the front.  Similarly, the cylinders on the right bank are numbered CGES-210  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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