ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL
60. Place the water pump pulley on the shaft and install V-
belt over crankshaft, water pump and power steering
61. Install freon compressor bracket to right cylinder head.
Refer to Figure 20.
62. Place freon compressor on bracket and secure it with four
bolts and lockwashers.
63. Install idler pulley bracket on freon compressor with bolts
NOTE: The bottom two bolts utilize two hardened
washers each. Refer to Figure 18.
64. Install air pump mounting bracket and adjusting strap
with spacer on right side of freon compressor.
65. Install air pump loosely on bracket. Place V-belt on air
pump and freon compressor pulleys. Connect air hoses
between air pump and air manifold check valves. Refer
to Figure 16 for location.
66. Install V-belt on freon compressor, idler, water pump and
67. Place alternator bracket and adjusting strap in position
and secure with bolts and flat washers.
68. Install alternator loosely in position on bracket and
adjusting strap. Install two V-belts alternator, water pump
and crankshaft pulleys.
69. Place air compressor bracket with "O"-ring in position and
secure with bolts and washers.
70. Place air compressor with gasket in position on bracket
and secure with bolts, nuts and washers. Install water
return, water inlet, air inlet and oil feed lines. Refer to
Figure 8 for proper locations.
71. Install V-belt on air compressor and water pump pullys.
72. Place fan blade and spacer in position and secure with
bolts and lockwashers.
73. Adjust all belts to proper tension according to "Accessory
74. Install low temperature vacuum control valve and exhaust
gas recirculating valve hoses if so equipped.
75. Install engine front mounting bracket.
76. Attach suitable hoisting equipment to the lifting eyes and
apply sufficient pull to support the engine assembly.
Remove the engine overhaul stand bracket from the
Accessory Drive Belts
Conventional "V" belts are utilized to drive the
various accessories. Four belts, driven from the crankshaft
pulley, drive the freon compressor, alternator, water pump,
fan and power steering pump. Another belt, driven from the
water pump pulley, drives the air compressor and another
belt, driven from the freon compressor pulley, drives the air
pump. Engines having dual belts driving the water pump and
alternator should have the belts replaced in matched pairs.
Alternator belt tension can be accomplished with the
use of SE-2312 gauge, Figure 156. Check tension at
midpoint between the pulleys. Apply gauge to the longest belt
span. Instructions for checking are as follows:
Grasp gauge and depress ball handle all the way down.
Make certain hook extends beyond legs to pick up the
Apply gauge to belt, Figure 156. Be sure belt is
positioned between nose piece and hook and that the
nose piece is centered on the belt.
Release ball handle quickly. A slow release may prevent
full return of the hook, thus giving a false reading.
Observe the area of the gauge face indicated at the index
mark. If the index mark does not indicate a NEW reading
on a new belt, or a USED reading on a used belt, it will be
necessary to increase or decrease belt tension as
Before changing belt tension, repeat Step 3 several times
to become familiar with gauge operation. Observe gauge
reading each time the operation is repeated.
NOTE: Check tension of both belts when so
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