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Fig.  5  Diagrammatic View of Lubricating System
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CRANKCASE VENTILATION SYSTEM - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_637
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE ENGINE LUBRICATION PRIMING When    assembling    the    overhauled    engine,    it    is necessary  to  thoroughly  lubricate  the  various  running  parts with clean engine oil to assure initial lubrication when engine is   first   started.      However,   to   further   make   certain   that complete initial lubrication is available, the engine lubricating system should be pressure primed or charged with oil.  The oil leak detector, SE-1632, can be used for this purpose.  Attach the line from the oil leak detector to a suitable fitting such as the   main   oil   gallery   plug   located   on   the   left   side   of   the crankcase.    Inject  sufficient  oil  into  the  engine  to  fill  the  oil filter and charge the entire system.  Use only clean engine oil of   the   grade   to   be   used   for   engine   break-in.      New   or overhauled    engines    that    have    been    in    storage    over    an extended  period  should  also  be  primed  in  a  similar  manner. In   addition   to   priming   engines   that   have   been   stored,   the engines   should   be   turned   over   a   few   times   while   being primed. NOTE:    Disconnect  the  coil  primary  wire when performing this operation to prevent the engine from starting. When  the  priming  procedure  is  used,  make  certain the  oil  level  is  checked  before  the  engine  is  put  into  service. Caution   should   be   taken   so   as   not   to   overfill   or   have insufficient   oil   as   a   result   of   using   the   pressure   priming procedure. Priming  the  engine  will  minimize  the  possibility  of scuffing  or  heat  buildup  in  the  areas  of  friction,  which  could lead to immediate or eventual failures. OIL FILTER (Spin-On Type) Replace     the     oil     filter     by     using     the     following procedure: 1. Remove oil filter assembly by turning counterclockwise  with  the  hands  or  a  suitable  tool. Clean the filter mounting pad. 2. Coat   the   gasket   on   the   new   filter   with   a   film   of grease. 3. Place  the  new  filter  in  position  on  the  center  tube. Hand  tighten  1/2  to  3/4  turn  after  the  gasket  first contacts the base of the mounting pad. 4. Start engine and run for at least five minutes to warm oil and check for leaks.  Also check engine oil level. ENGINE MOUNTINGS Engine mountings may vary between vehicle models. The  mountings  illustrated  are  both  of  the  two-piece  insulator type. Front Mountings The engine front mounting shown in Figure 6 utilizes a    two-piece    insulator    with    sleeves.        When    assembling, position component parts as shown and tighten hex head bolt to 75 to 85 ft.  lbs. Fig.  6  Engine Front Mounting with Two-Piece Insulator 1. Tighten to 75 - 85 ft. lbs. torque (threads lubricated) 2. Insulator- upper 3. Insulator - lower 4. Hardened washer 5. Retainer 6. Engine mounting bracket 7. Sleeve 8. Crossmember 9. Bolt Rear Mountings The  engine  rear  mountings  shown  in  Figure  7  also utilizes   a   two-piece   insulator.      When   assembling,   position component parts as shown and tighten nuts to 160 to 175 ft. lbs. CGES-210  Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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