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ENGINE CARBURETOR MODELS 4150, 4150C, 4150G AND 4150EG
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 FUEL SYSTEM Next,   immerse   element   in   a   solution   of   nonsudsing household   detergent   and   warm   water   [not   to   exceed   60    C (140      F)]   for   approximately   15   minutes.      Agitate   element occasionally to aid cleaning action. Remove  element  and  rinse  thoroughly  by  running  clean water  through  element  from  clean  air  side  to  dirty  side  until water  passing  through  element  is  clear.  Use  a  hose  without  a nozzle    and    do    not    permit    water    pressure    to    exceed    276 kilopascals (40 psi). Allow element to dry completely. CAUTION:  Never  use  compressed  air  or  light bulbs  to  hasten  drying.    High  pressure  air  can tear  holes  in  paper  pleats  and  light  bulbs  can cause burning. Inspect  element  after  cleaning  by  inserting  a  light  bulb inside  element  and  inspecting  outside  surface  of  element  for punctures or splits. If  so  equipped,  inspect  air  cleaner  and  element  gaskets and replace if necessary on reassembly. It is not recommended to attempt cleaning box dry type elements.        When    box    dry    type    elements    have    reached maximum   allowable   restriction   as   outlined   in   the   applicable operator's manual, they should be replaced. Oil Bath Air Cleaners Remove cover or sump.  Wash mesh element and sump in  cleaning  solvent  or  kerosene.    Some  oil  bath  air  cleaners have two mesh elements: one removable and one integral in the body assembly. Cleaning  solvent  must  be  flushed  through  element  with sufficient force and volume to dislodge foreign material. Use a long  bristle,  brush  to  assist  in  dislodging  any  dirt  or  dust.    Air cleaners   having   integral   elements   can   be   submerged   and agitated  briskly  in  cleaning  solvent  to  force  the  cleaning  fluid through the element. NOTE: Steam cleaners may be used to perform the   cleaning   operation   if   the   air   cleaner   is unusually    dirty;    however,    be    careful    not    to damage the air cleaner. Refill sump to oil level mark and oil mesh element freely with  engine  oil  of  same  viscosity  used  in  crankcase.    Allow excess oil to drip from element before installation. Combination Oil Bath and Dry Type Air Cleaners Refer to the oil bath air cleaner and dry type air cleaner service  instruction  contained  in  this  manual  section  to  service the corresponding sections of combination oil bath and dry type air cleaners. CTS-2056N  Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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