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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 FUEL SYSTEM be sure parts are not faulty.  Press front vacuum chamber tab firmly against tube inside surface.  Connect vacuum hose. Fig. 11  Vacuum Chamber Replacement Temperature Sensor Replacement (Fig. 12) Fig. 12  Temperature Sensor Replacement Disconnect  two  vacuum  hoses  attached  to  sensor  inlet and  outlet  tubes  on  underside  of  air  cleaner  body.    Remove clamps  or  speed  nuts  from  tubes  and  lift  sensor  from  body. Position new sensor and gasket inside air cleaner body. Firmly press two new speed nuts or clamps on tubes to hold sensor in place. Attach vacuum hoses to sensor tubes. Dry Type Air Cleaners Nonwashable Element Dry    type    air    cleaners    equipped    with    nonwashable element   may   be   serviced   by   removing   element   and   wiping inside surfaces of air cleaner free of foreign particles. Elements  may  be  cleaned  with  compressed  air  [not  to exceed  276  kilopascals  (40  psi))  directing  air  stream  up  and down  pleats  on  clean  air  side  of  element.    Hold  air  nozzle approximately 15 centimeters (6 in.) from element surface. Do  not  strike  rim  of  element  against  any  hard  surface. Damage    could    result    to    the    rim    and    affect    sealing    at reassembly. Before reassembly place a light on inside of element and inspect outside surface of element for punctures or splits. If  so  equipped,  inspect  air  cleaner  and  element  gaskets and replace if necessary on reassembly. Washable Element Dry  type  air  cleaners  equipped  with  washable  element may   be   serviced   by   removing   element   and   wiping   inside surfaces of air cleaner free of foreign particles. If air cleaner is equipped with a vacuator valve, remove valve and clean. Elements  may  be  cleaned  with  compressed  air  [not  to exceed  276  kilopascals  (40  psi)]  directing  air  stream  up  and down pleats on clean air side of element or by washing.  When using    compressed    air    hold    air    nozzle    approximately    15 centimeters (6 in.) from element surface. When washing element remove all loose dust with a flow of water.  Use a hose without a nozzle and do not permit water pressure to exceed 276 kilopascals (40 psi). CTS-2056N  Page 6 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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