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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE 23. Remove  bolts  and  flat  washers  securing  oil  filter  and cooler  (if  so  equipped)  to  the  crankcase,  Figure  27. Remove oil filter, cooler and gasket. NOTE:  If the vehicle is not equipped with an oil cooler, the filter and filter base may be removed by removing three bolts and flat washers. Fig.  27  Oil Cooler and Filter Removal 1.  Oil feed to air compressor 2.  Oil cooler 3.  Oil filter 4.  Mounting bolts 24. Remove oil feed line to air compressor, Figure 27. 25. Remove    low    temperature    vacuum    control    valve, exhaust gas recirculating valve, gasket and hoses, if so equipped.  Cap or plug all openings. 26. Disconnect the distributor high tension wires at the coil and  spark  plugs.    Always  grasp  spark  plug  boat  and use a twisting motion when removing spark plug cables so   as   not   to   destroy   resistance   wire   termination. Remove  the  wires  with  the  slideout  brackets  on  both cylinder  head  covers  and  remove  the  distributor  cap and wires as an assembly, Figure 28. Fig.  28  Distributor and Wiring Removal 1.  High tension wires 2.  Governor line 3.  Vacuum line 4.  Distributor 5.  Filter 6.  Hold down bracket 27. Loosen the distributor hold-down bolt at the crankcase, Figure  28.    Disconnect  the  vacuum  line  and  governor line at the carburetor.  Remove the distributor, governor line, vacuum line and "O" - ring. 28. Remove   carburetor   return   spring   and   bracket   from intake manifold, Figure 29. Fig.  29  Removing Return Spring and Bracket 1.  Return spring 2.  Bracket 3.  Bolt 4.  Lockwasher CGES-210  Page 15 PRINTED IN UNIT ED STATES OF AMERICA

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