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Fig. 134 Pressure Testing Engine Oil Cooler Core Assembly
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE 5. Check  the  pump  shaft  clearance  in  the  bore.    To correct for wear beyond limits given in specifications, replace pump assembly. 6. Check  backlash  between  pump  body  gears.    If  this exceeds    the    figure    shown    in    the    specifications, replace gears. 7. Establish body gear end clearance. NOTE:   The   oil   pump   cover   gasket   controls   the clearance  (end  play)  between  the  pump  body  gears and   the   pump   cover.      Add   or   remove   gaskets   to obtain desired clearance.  See '"Specifications." 8. When  installing  pump  gears  and  shaft,  these  parts should   be   oiled   liberally   with   engine   oil   for   initial lubrication. 9. Before  installing  the  relief  valve  in  the  pump  body, insure valve is free of burrs and the valve bore is free of varnish so the valve operates smoothly in its bore. NOTE: If it becomes necessary to remove burrs from the valve, insure valve edges are not rounded. 10. Check  relief  valve  spring  for  proper  tension.    See SPECIFICATIONS. 11. When assembling the screen assembly to the pump body make sure the gasket is in place.  Then tighten bolts securely, Figure 132. Fig. 132 Oil Pump and Screen Assembly 1.  Oil pump 2.  Bolts 3.  Screen assembly Oil Cooler and Filter Base Figure   133   illustrates   an   exploded   view   of   the   oil cooler  and  filter  base.  Upon  engine  overhaul,  the  oil  cooler and  filter  base,  if  so  equipped,  should  be  disassembled  and the   cooler   element   cleaned   in   a   commercial   radiator   type solvent.    Then  flush  the  element  with  clean  water  until  rinse water runs clear. Fig. 133 Exploded View of Oil Cooler and Filter Base 1.  Filter base 5.  O-ring 2.  Gaskets 6.  Plug 3.  Valve 7.  Cooler element 4.  Spring 8.  Cooler body Check  the  relief  valve  spring  for  proper  tension,  see SPECIFICATIONS.        Also,    check    the    valve    for    burrs    or scratches.  Small  burrs  or  scratches  may  be  removed  with crocus cloth. When  reassembling  the  oil  cooler,  use  new  gaskets and tighten the bolts securely. NOTE:   On   engines   not   equipped   with   the   oil cooler,   the   filter   base   should   be   cleaned   and passages checked clear of restrictions. Oil Cooler Pressure Test Where  conditions  indicate  the  need  for  testing  the engine  oil  cooler  core  assembly  for  leaks,  the  core  inlet  and outlet    openings    must    be    closed    off    and    the    assembly pressurized.    Instructions  for  pressure  testing  the  oil  cooler core assembly are as follows: CGES-210  Page 53 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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