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Fig.   153   Flame   Arrestor   and   Crankcase   Ventilator   Valve Installation
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE NOTE: Do not install screw and washer that secures the fuel line bracket to the right cylinder head cover at   this   time.      However,   insure   that   cable   support brackets are installed. 34.   Install engine oil level gauge assembly. 35.   Install the spark plugs in the cylinder head and tighten to specified torque.  See "Torque Chart." 36.   Position left exhaust manifold and gasket to cylinder head and   install   bolts   and   lock   tab   washers.      Tighten   to specified  torque.    See  "Torque  Chart."  Bend  lock  tabs against bolt head. 37.   Repeat  Step  36  for  installation  of  the  opposite  exhaust manifold with gasket and manifold heat shroud. 38.   Install   air   manifold   check   valves   in   their   respective cylinder heads. 39.   Install  thermostat  in  crankcase  and  place  engine  water outlet  gasket  on  crankcase,  Figure  152.    Then  secure engine   water   outlet   to   crankcase   with   two   bolts   and lockwashers  according  to  specified  torque.    See  "Torque Chart." Fig. 152 Exploded View of Thermostat, Gasket and Engine Water Outlet 1.  Engine water outlet 2.  Gasket 3.  Thermostat 40.   Install water temperature sender in top front of crankcase. Refer to Figure 34 in "Engine Disassembly." 41.   Install  low  temperature  vacuum  control  valve,  exhaust gas recirculating valve and gasket, if so equipped. NOTE: If not equipped with these valves, install cover plate  and  gasket  on  intake  manifold  and  plug  from crankcase if removed. 42.   Install the ignition coil and bracket on the mounting boss provided on the intake manifold securing the bracket with bolts and lockwashers. 43.   Install carburetor return spring bracket on intake manifold with  bolt  and  flatwasher.    Refer  to  Figure  29  in  "Engine Disassembly." 44.   Install carburetor with two gaskets and spacer plate over studs in intake manifold.  Secure with nuts and washers. Attach   return   spring   between   carburetor   and   bracket installed in Step 43. 45.   Install  the  distributor  assembly  with  clamp,  hold-down bolt, lockwasher and "O"-ring in crankcase. 46.   Install vacuum line and governor line from the distributor to the carburetor connections. NOTE:    Insure    governor    line    is    sealed    at    both connections. 47.   Install all cable brackets for high tension lines. 48.   Install  distributor  cap  and  thread  the  cables  through  the cable  support  brackets  to  their  respective  spark  plugs. Connect the high tension cable from the distributor to the coil. 49.   Install  fuel  pump  with  gasket  to  the  crankcase  with  two bolts and hardened washers. NOTE: When installing the fuel pump mounting bolts, it is necessary to tighten the bolts evenly.  If they are not  installed  evenly  the  operating  arm  on  the  fuel pump  will  not  be  in  correct  position  with  the  fuel pump cam on camshaft. CGES-210  Page 62 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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