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CRANKCASE VENTILATION SYSTEM - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_637
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ENGINE DISASSEMBLY
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE 10. Remove air cleaner. 11. Disconnect heater hoses. 12. Disconnect wires from alternator, coil, distributor, heat sender unit and oil sender unit. 13. Remove engine ground strap. 14. Remove choke and throttle wire. 15. Disconnect tachometer cable, if so equipped. 16. Remove accelerator linkage at carburetor. 17. Remove fuel line at fuel pump. 18. Disconnect exhaust pipe at manifold. 19. Disconnect wires at starting motor. 20. Disconnect canister vent and purge lines at carburetor, if so equipped. 21. Disconnect the freon compressor wire at connector. 22. Remove the freon compressor lines at compressor. 23. On  chassis  equipped  with  air  brakes,  disconnect  the main   air   supply   line   and   the   flexible   air   line   at   the compressor. 24. On  chassis  equipped  with  hydraulic  brakes  having  a hydrovac,  disconnect  the  vacuum  air  cleaner  hose  at rear of intake manifold. 25. Install lifting sling, Figure 9. 26. Connect hoist to lifting sling. 27. Place a support under the transmission. 28. Remove   the   12   bolts   securing   the   bell   housing   to flywheel housing. 29. Remove the engine front mounting bolts and insulators. 30. Remove the engine rear mounting bolts and insulators. 31. The    engine    must    be    pulled    forward    to    clear    the transmission  main  drive  gear  and  clutch  driven  disc; then, raise and lift out of chassis. NOTE:    Extreme  care  must  be  exercised  during  removal of  the  power  plant  to  avoid  damage  to  the  clutch  driven disc and wiring harness . Fig.  9  Engine Lifting Sling 1.  Lifting sling ENGINE INSTALLATION Prior   to   installation   check   to   be   sure   that   all   lines, cables  and  parts  are  installed  on  the  engine  assembly  that were    connected    to    and    removed    with    the    engine.         If maintenance was performed, be sure all adjustments affected are  made  correctly.    If  any  components  of  the  engine  were removed   and   installed,   check   all   connections   and   related parts to insure the installations were accomplished correctly. In general, the installation of the engine is performed in the   reverse   order   of   the   removal.      When   positioning   the engine  in  the  chassis,  special  care  must  be  exercised  during installation  to  avoid  pinching  of  the  wiring  harness  between the engine and frame assembly. Lower  the  engine  to  align  the  transmission  main  drive gear  spline  with  the  clutch  driven  disc.     The  weight  of  the engine   assembly   must   be   supported   until   the   twelve   bolts securing  the  bell  housing  are  installed.     Connect  the  wiring harness,   lines   and   linkages   that   were   disconnected   during removal. Install  the  radiator  assembly  and  shroud  and  connect the   upper   and   lower   radiator   hoses   on   the   conventional chassis. On   conventional   chassis,   install   the   front   end   sheet metal and stay rods. Install the hood assembly CGES-210  Page 9 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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